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Judge Brett Kavanaugh is already delivering on putting America and Americans first. Judge Neil Gorsuch, on the other hand, appears to be showing weakness on immigration once again.
From the LA Times, "Kavanaugh backs Trump administration on jailing and deporting immigrants for crimes committed years earlier":
Newly seated Justice Brett Kavanaugh spoke up Wednesday in defense of the Trump administration's view that legal immigrants with criminal records must be arrested and held for deportation, even years after they were convicted and completed their sentences.This is exactly why Trump's base was so excited about Kavanaugh!
He had a proven track record of putting Americans first!
The ACLU lawyer argued she was not arguing that the detained immigrants had a right to go free. She said they should have hearing for a judge to decide whether they were dangerous or likely to flee.The law was clearly written back when Americans still had a spine. Nonetheless, our spines are growing back thanks to President Trump and now Judge Kavanaugh showing the way!
Unfortunately, it looks like there's a chance Gorsuch is going to become the new "swing vote" on immigration. The guy is too "principled" for his own good and wants to extend the rights of US citizens to criminal aliens. He doesn't seem to realize that we're going to be living in a third world s-hole (to quote our president) where the Constitution and the rule of law no longer applies if this mass immigration is not shut down.
Hopefully, Trump's soon-to-be third pick (or fourth!) will deliver just like Kavanaugh!
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