SCOTUS Saves DACA to Avoid 'Politically Controversial But Legally Correct Decision,' Justice Thomas SaysChris Menahan
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The "conservative" Supreme Court's decision to save former President Barack Obama's DACA amnesty program was "an effort to avoid a politically controversial but legally correct decision," Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said in his dissent on Thursday.
"Under the auspices of today's decision, administrations can bind their successors by unlawfully adopting significant legal changes through Executive Branch agency memoranda," Thomas said. "Today's decision must be recognized for what it is: an effort to avoid a politically controversial but legally correct decision."
Thomas' statement was retweeted by the President:
From Breitbart, "Supreme Court Preserves DACA, Work Permits for 700,000 Illegal Immigrants":
The Supreme Court preserved former President Barack Obama’s DACA amnesty in a ruling released Thursday morning, saying that the Trump administration had not properly considered the impact on illegal immigrants before rescinding the executive action.Trump went on a tweetstorm after the ruling:
The Supreme Court's terrible decisions on Monday were secured thanks to Trump-appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch. Roberts is a "conservative" appointed by Bush.
Conservative Review's Daniel Horowitz reported that Trump could still end DACA under this ruling but probably won't considering he's caved on almost everything:
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