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In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a federal judge's ruling that requires the government to keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program going.

Under a lower court order that remains in effect, the Department of Homeland Security must continue to accept applications to renew DACA status from the roughly 700,000 young people, known as Dreamers, who are currently enrolled. The administration's deadline of March 5, when it intended to shut the program down, is now largely meaningless.

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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
I said the other day that the Dem's would find a way to keep DACA, and they have, in an unexpected gift from the U.S. Supreme Court.

I have no words.


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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a federal judge's ruling that requires the government to keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program going.

Under a lower court order that remains in effect, the Department of Homeland Security must continue to accept applications to renew DACA status from the roughly 700,000 young people, known as Dreamers, who are currently enrolled. The administration's deadline of March 5, when it intended to shut the program down, is now largely meaningless.

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It's not a legal law. Trump can do away with it the same way it was created - with his pen.

Illegals are law breakers. There is a law against that.
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a federal judge's ruling that requires the government to keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program going.

Under a lower court order that remains in effect, the Department of Homeland Security must continue to accept applications to renew DACA status from the roughly 700,000 young people, known as Dreamers, who are currently enrolled. The administration's deadline of March 5, when it intended to shut the program down, is now largely meaningless.

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It's not a legal law. Trump can do away with it the same way it was created - with his pen.

Illegals are law breakers. There is a law against that.
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Roger Stone has been saying for quite a while now that Trump is getting terrible legal advice from his attorneys. Apparently they have convinced him that he doesn't have the power to end this on his own.

Trump needs to ignore the lower court's ruling and have the dreamers removed after the deadline. He has the power to do it.
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This actually helps Trump. He tried and the Swamp blocked him.
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
Thanks for the pine cheers
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
I said the other day that the Dem's would find a way to keep DACA, and they have, in an unexpected gift from the U.S. Supreme Court.

I have no words.


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It's not a law, wasn't voted on by congress, isn't constitutional and therefore Trump can ignore ALL OF THIS AND STOP THIS BS.
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a federal judge's ruling that requires the government to keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program going.

Under a lower court order that remains in effect, the Department of Homeland Security must continue to accept applications to renew DACA status from the roughly 700,000 young people, known as Dreamers, who are currently enrolled. The administration's deadline of March 5, when it intended to shut the program down, is now largely meaningless.

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 Quoting: TheWiz111


It's not a legal law. Trump can do away with it the same way it was created - with his pen.

Illegals are law breakers. There is a law against that.
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Yes, real laws exist that are laws against this.
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a federal judge's ruling that requires the government to keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program going.

Under a lower court order that remains in effect, the Department of Homeland Security must continue to accept applications to renew DACA status from the roughly 700,000 young people, known as Dreamers, who are currently enrolled. The administration's deadline of March 5, when it intended to shut the program down, is now largely meaningless.

[link to www.nbcnews.com (secure)]
 Quoting: TheWiz111


It's not a legal law. Trump can do away with it the same way it was created - with his pen.

Illegals are law breakers. There is a law against that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76102966

Roger Stone has been saying for quite a while now that Trump is getting terrible legal advice from his attorneys. Apparently they have convinced him that he doesn't have the power to end this on his own.

Trump needs to ignore the lower court's ruling and have the dreamers removed after the deadline. He has the power to do it.

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Apparently they're agents for the other side.
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They (dems) have gone rogue.
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a federal judge's ruling that requires the government to keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program going.

Under a lower court order that remains in effect, the Department of Homeland Security must continue to accept applications to renew DACA status from the roughly 700,000 young people, known as Dreamers, who are currently enrolled. The administration's deadline of March 5, when it intended to shut the program down, is now largely meaningless.

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This was expected....just a procedural decision..
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
I guess the fact remains congress needs to pass legislation, at that point SCOTUS can interpret the law.

SCOTUS isn't there to interpret executive orders.

Make sense?
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
He did not want to change the law with the stroke of the pen - that was Obama's way to force change upon the citizens of the United States.

Trump wants a DACA LAW, Democrats hate laws.
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
I said the other day that the Dem's would find a way to keep DACA, and they have, in an unexpected gift from the U.S. Supreme Court.

I have no words.


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Why canít Trump make an illegal EO and then appeal when the Dems try to block it? I suggest one Dem deported for every illegal that stays.

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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
Another Jeff Sessions failure... SCOTUS very rarely ever takes a case from a lower court. Had they waited for an appeal and lost SCOTUS would have heard it. Worst AG ever.
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
Accept all DACA applications. Process none of the DACA applications. Problem solved.
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a federal judge's ruling that requires the government to keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program going.

Under a lower court order that remains in effect, the Department of Homeland Security must continue to accept applications to renew DACA status from the roughly 700,000 young people, known as Dreamers, who are currently enrolled. The administration's deadline of March 5, when it intended to shut the program down, is now largely meaningless.

[link to www.nbcnews.com (secure)]
 Quoting: TheWiz111


It's not a legal law. Trump can do away with it the same way it was created - with his pen.

Illegals are law breakers. There is a law against that.
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yeah, so why didnt he do that in the first place?

or now?

wake up
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a federal judge's ruling that requires the government to keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program going.

Under a lower court order that remains in effect, the Department of Homeland Security must continue to accept applications to renew DACA status from the roughly 700,000 young people, known as Dreamers, who are currently enrolled. The administration's deadline of March 5, when it intended to shut the program down, is now largely meaningless.

[link to www.nbcnews.com (secure)]
 Quoting: TheWiz111


It's not a legal law. Trump can do away with it the same way it was created - with his pen.

Illegals are law breakers. There is a law against that.
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yeah, so why didnt he do that in the first place?

or now?

wake up
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He wants permanent laws on immigration - not something that changes with every administration - do you realize Obama snuck nearly 2 million Syrians into the country?
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
Folks, you are all getting riled about nothing...THIS WAS EXPECTED.

The Supreme Court has made no ruling of any kind, all they have said is they are not going to entertain arguments at this time deferring to allowing (As the ALMOST ALWAYS DO) the Appeals process to take it's normal course....

again, this was totally expected...

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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
I guess the fact remains congress needs to pass legislation, at that point SCOTUS can interpret the law.

SCOTUS isn't there to interpret executive orders.

Make sense?
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DACA is not an executive order. DACA is a memo directing an executive agency to make a policy to not enforce the laws as passed by Congress. Trump could simply revoke the previous memo and end DACA. That is the proper method, but he instead went down this road of playing games and is allowing the precedent to stand that the courts have this much power. Which they donít in actuality.
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We need a hangin' judge to start hangin' judges.

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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
I guess the fact remains congress needs to pass legislation, at that point SCOTUS can interpret the law.

SCOTUS isn't there to interpret executive orders.

Make sense?
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DACA is not an executive order. DACA is a memo directing an executive agency to make a policy to not enforce the laws as passed by Congress. Trump could simply revoke the previous memo and end DACA. That is the proper method, but he instead went down this road of playing games and is allowing the precedent to stand that the courts have this much power. Which they donít in actuality.
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yeah, why did he do this?

it's all fake distraction to make it seem like his hands are tied.

LIES and DECEIT
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just part of the process, it will go before the appeals court and Trump will loose again and then the supreme court will rule in his favor.
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He wants permanent laws on immigration - not something that changes with every administration - do you realize Obama snuck nearly 2 million Syrians into the country?
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Exactly!

He will use an EO - but only after he exhausts all other PROPER avenues.

As POTUS - he has the SOLE right to determine immigrant policies. He can close the doors and not allow ANY in at all. It's also his right to remove unlawful non-citizen residents from within our borders. Congress can't stop him. SCOTUS can't stop him and the Justice Department can't stop him.

Everything he is doing from DACA to Obamacare to Tax Reform - he is trying to do through the Legislative branch, because supposedly, Congress is the voice of the PEOPLE. But if Congress won't represent US, then the POTUS will - as a last resort.

I love our POTUS!!!!
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
This article headline is a bit of hyperbole.

The SCOTUS has only taken a case that was still being litigated in a lower court, something like 10 times in the last 100 years.

Once the lower makes a decision, then the SCOTUS will take the case.
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They wont hear it because its not a LAW. Trump can Executive Order it gone.

Im sure his Lawyers have advised him of this.
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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
I guess the fact remains congress needs to pass legislation, at that point SCOTUS can interpret the law.

SCOTUS isn't there to interpret executive orders.

Make sense?
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DACA is not an executive order. DACA is a memo directing an executive agency to make a policy to not enforce the laws as passed by Congress. Trump could simply revoke the previous memo and end DACA. That is the proper method, but he instead went down this road of playing games and is allowing the precedent to stand that the courts have this much power. Which they donít in actuality.
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Let the illeagles sign up it will make it easier to round them up and ship them out
Millions of People have followed the immigration laws for centuries

As soon as they crossed the border they were criminals why would we want to flood our country with millions of crimminal parasites

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Re: In blow to Trump, Supreme Court wonít hear appeal of DACA ruling
Hell, we knew that would happen. Gives the Dems and the Repubs cover so they can figure out what they need to do. The Repubs can't be seen on the TV ripping families apart (at it will...you know it) and the Dems can't be seen as doing nothing.

It is just one big game. They want it as an issue for the mid terms
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It is unconstitutional to uphold the constitution (and racist)





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