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Supreme Court says final NO to the president’s executive action on amnesty; Obama didn’t take it well
Any dreams President Obama may have had that the Supreme Court would approve his executive actions granting amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants turned into a nightmare Thursday when the high court refused to hear the matter.
The court ruled: “The judgment is affirmed by an equally divided court.”
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This meant that the decision of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit was upheld, which ruled in favor of 26 states, led by the state of Texas, and against the Obama administration.
With the flick of a pen just before Thanksgiving in 2014, President Obama ordered that nearly five million illegal immigrants be allowed to “come out of the shadows” and work legally in the United States.
Obama Scolds SCOTUS Immigration Ruling For Moving U.S. Away From Country It ‘Aspires to Be’
President Stompy-Foot doesn’t take rejection well
“But for more than two decades now, our immigration system, everybody acknowledges, has been broken,” hObama said. “And the fact the Supreme Court wasn’t able to issue a decision today doesn’t just set the system back even further, it takes us further from the country that we aspire to be.”
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Obama Reaction: Still Going To Do What I Want On Immigration, Despite Court Decision
F*CK YOU PEOPLE… I WON… IMA DO WHATEVER THE HELL I WANT
On Thursday morning, Supreme Court upheld an injunction on Obama’s 2014 Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents policy by a 4-4 split vote.
The executive order would have granted work permits and legal status to millions of illegal immigrants living in the United States.
“What was unaffected by today’s ruling, or lack of a ruling, is the enforcement priorities that we’ve put in place,” the president stated. “Our enforcement priorities have been laid out by Secretary Jeh Johnson and the Department of Homeland Security are pretty clear.”
“If you keep on blocking judges from getting on the bench, then courts cannot issue decisions,” President Obama said Thursday, in response to deadlock in the Supreme Court over his use of executive authority to liberalize immigration laws. The president blamed the defeat on the refusal of Republican senators to consider his nominee to replace the late justice Antonin Scalia. “That may have been the strategy from the start,” he went on, “but it is not a sustainable strategy. It is a strategy that will be broken by this election. Unless their basic theory is we’ll never confirm justices again.”
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