The judgment handed down by the Ninth Circuit Court was nothing more than judicial activism. President Trump’s Executive Order did nothing more than reinstate the order that Barack Obama already had in place while in office.
The President did not “ban” Muslims like the mainstream media spews out of their mouths. We know that it only pertained to seven countries. That leaves 40 or more Muslim countries unaffected. What is even worse is that this Order has such a small effect, that according to the “law” it potentially could have allowed a 9/11 terrorist to sue the U.S. but, we aren’t supposed to know that…
According to Breitbart:
Hani Hasan Hanjour was one of the four pilots in the September 11, 2001 attack. He flew American Airlines flight 77 into the Pentagon, killing 184 people, including everyone on the flight. He was in the U.S. on a student visa, according to the 9/11 Commission report.
He was from Saudi Arabia, a country not covered by the executive order. By the reasoning of the Ninth Circuit, however, Hanjour would have due process rights to challenge his exclusion from the United States once he had been granted a student visa. His relationship with a U.S. “institution” — in this case, an English as a Second Language school in Oakland, California — would have been enough to grant him standing. A state could have sued on his behalf even while he was still abroad.
Hanjour did not, in fact, attend the English as a Second Language school in California, but resumed flight training in Arizona that he had begun on an earlier visit, the 9/11 Commission found.
How about that? Hanjour attended school in Oakland, where he was classified as learning a second language, this equates to a relationship; therefore giving him legal rights as a U.S. citizen. Does anyone else see this as madness?
We may have some dummies in this country, but Trump is not one of them, and he is willing to jump into the fire and attempt to fight back from failed policies, or lack of policies. We know Trump will not let this slide.