Oh Yeah, He Respects the Law: Obama Seeks Emergency Order Restarting Immigration Scam

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 at 2:16 pm

The War on America never ends.

The Obama administration will seek an emergency court order to move forward with President Obama’s executive action on immigration.

Officials at the Department of Justice (DOJ) plan to seek what is known as an emergency stay that would essentially undo a Texas-based federal judge’s injunction from earlier this week. If the stay is granted, the government could restart a pair of executive programs that will shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation.

White House press secretary Josh Earnest said DOJ will file for the stay by “Monday at the latest.”

The emergency stay had been sought by immigrant rights advocates, who want to get the programs up and running as soon as possible while the appeals process plays out.

“We — as immigrants and as Americans — have waited for nearly a quarter century for these much-needed improvements to our broken immigration system,” Marielena Hincapié, head of the National Immigration Law Center (NILC), said Friday in a statement. “We should not allow a flawed legal decision to delay these changes any longer.”

Must be a legal scholar.

3 Responses to “Oh Yeah, He Respects the Law: Obama Seeks Emergency Order Restarting Immigration Scam”

  1. mike f on 21/21/15 at 8:49 am

    Flawed = “one we don’t like”

    This is the magic of progressivism – only progressive opinions are allowed.

    Conform, citizen, or we, The Party of Tolerance, will no longer tolerate your existence.

    Ignorance parading as enlightenment, paid for with your tax $$$.

    What a great country, huh?

  2. LindaMC on 22/22/15 at 2:14 pm

    These little people the “o” and the doj are not for America. You’re done o, American has woken up to what you aren’t and we don’t want you anymore. So go away with your other illegal immigrants, we do not grant you amnesty. You are a crooked little liar and fooled all that voted for you. I didn’t, either time.