It’s truly unthinkable how the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals just delivered a ruling that blocked President Donald Trump’s immigration ban that would have protected Americans from radical Islamic terror.
South Carolina Congressman and former federal prosecutor Trey Gowdy just sent the judges of that court a stern message to set them straight. Trey stated that this court “has a well-earned reputation for being presumptively reversible. Unlike the district court order, there is at least a court opinion which can be evaluated.”
He continued, “Of particular interest is the 9th Circuit Court of Appeal’s suggestion that even those unlawfully present in the country have certain due process rights with respect to immigration.”
Detailed Gowdy, “The Court cites Zadvydas v. Davis, 533 U.S. 678, 695 (2001) for the proposition that even aliens who have committed and been convicted of certain crimes while in the U.S. unlawfully may have due process rights with respect to travel to or from the United States. In addition, the Court ventures curiously into its own role in reviewing a President’s national security conclusions.”
Concluded Gowdy, “Legal permanent residents, non-citizens with current valid visas, non-citizens with expired visas (which were once valid), aliens with no legal standing, aliens who have committed a crime but have not yet been deported and aliens who are not even present in the United States but seek to come are just a few of the categories the Supreme Court will need to determine what process is due, if any.” Do you share Trey’s confidence that the Supreme Court will reverse the lower court’s dangerous ruling?