MAJOR VICTORY: SCOTUS Scraps 9th Circuit Ruling Saying Detained Illegals Have 'Right to Bond Hearings'

Chris Menahan
Feb. 27, 2018

The Supreme Court actually ruled in favor of American citizens for a change all thanks to Justice Neil Gorsuch.

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court scrapped an insane ruling from the 9th Circuit which claimed detained illegal aliens, asylum seekers and legal green-card holders have a "right to a bond hearing" every six months.

This is a major victory for America and the Trump administration.

From The Washington Post, "Supreme Court throws out ruling that said detained immigrants deserve bond hearings":
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said immigrants held by the government and facing deportation are not entitled to a bond hearing even after months or years of detention.

The decision on the case, which had resulted in a deadlock before Justice Neil M. Gorsuch joined the court, has taken on added importance with President Trump’s order of a crackdown on immigration violations.

In a splintered 5 to 3 decision, the court’s conservatives said that the relevant statute does not even “hint,” as Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. wrote, at the broad reading of the right to bail hearings adopted by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
Eight out of ten cases from the 9th Circuit which are reviewed by the Supreme Court are overturned. The court needs to be shut down.
That court had ruled that an immigrant held in detention must be given a bond hearing every six months and that detention beyond the initial six-month period is permitted only if the government proved that further detention is justified.
They invented a "right to a bond hearing every six months" out of thin air.
Alito rejected that standard, and said the more natural reading of the law at stake is that it authorizes detention “until the end of the applicable proceedings,” and that “there is no justification for any of the procedural requirements” that the appeals court added.

The ruling brought an impassioned dissent from Justice Stephen G. Breyer, who underscored his dissatisfaction by reading part of it from the bench.

“The many thousands of individuals involved in this case are persons who believe they have a right to enter into or remain in the United States, and a sizable number turn out to be right,” Breyer said.

But he said some of them remain in detention for years because the government reads the statute as “denying them the bail hearings that the law makes available even for those accused of serious crimes.” He was joined by Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor.

Alito called the dissent an “utterly implausible” reading of the statute.

The six-month deadline that the 9th Circuit set applied to a wide variety of immigrants, including people detained after entering the United States for the first time and longtime legal residents.
It also applied to illegals, as Reuters reports.

"Those suing included immigrants who were held at the border when seeking illegal entry as well as others, including lawful permanent residents who hold so-called green cards, who have been convicted of crimes," Reuters said.

The Post's new euphemism of "people detained after entering the United States for the first time" means illegal alien criminal invaders.
The case was brought by Alejandro Rodriguez, a lawful permanent resident who came to the country as an infant. The Department of Homeland Security started removal proceedings because of a conviction for drug possession and an earlier conviction for joyriding.

Rodriguez, who was working as a dental assistant, was held for three years before he challenged his confinement. The average detention for the others who joined his lawsuit was 13 months.

At oral argument, a lawyer for the American Civil Liberties Union, representing a group of noncitizens held for more than a year without a hearing, told the Supreme Court that the outcome of the case will affect thousands of people held in jail-like detention centers.
Get 'em the hell out! Out out out!

The much-awaited Deportation Force is coming soon, folks.

This is our country and we're going to take it back from the globalist elites who've stolen it from us.

Drudge linked to an article from USA Today on Monday on how "everybody is exhausted."

Do not allow yourself to be gaslit by the lying media. However stressed you feel, leftists are feeling it even worse. We must redouble our efforts, never stop fighting and never surrender.

Our ancestors sacrificed their lives on the battlefields for us only to have their progeny give away all the prosperity they secured to foreigners by chasing egalitarian fantasies.

It's time to take it all back.

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