Supreme Court Rules 7-2 In Favor Of The Trump Administration On Immigration

Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court delivered a big win for the Trump Administration on immigration today with a 7-2 ruling that it may deport asylum seekers without allowing them to present their cases to a federal judge.  It is a major component of the Administration’s effort to expedite deportations and discourage the use of asylum claims as a way of extending stays in the United States.  The case is Dept. of Homeland Security v. Thuraissigiam.

The case is a stringing reversal of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit which ruled that, as applied here, §1252(e)(2) violates the Suspension Clause and the Due Process Clause.  That was the unanimous decision of Judges A. Wallace Tashima, M. Margaret McKeown, and Richard A. Paez.

Justice Samuel Alito wrote the majority opinion allowing expedited deportation once individuals fail their initial asylum screenings under the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA).  The law bars judicial review of the credible fear determination and the Court held that it does not violate the Constitution’s Suspension Clause.

The case involves a Sri Lankan national who crossed the southern U.S. border without documentation in January 2017. He was apprehended within 25 yards of the border and asked for asylum on the grounds that he was once been abducted and beaten by a group of men.  He did not however know their identity or why they attacked him.  He did not fear persecution over political fears.

The case is important because many Democrats have argued that asylum could be based on the flight from high crime or poor economic conditions.  The Court however notes that most asylum seekers are not subject to expedited removal:  “Over the last five years, nearly 77% of screenings have resulted in a finding of credible fear. And nearly half the remainder (11% of the total number of screenings) were closed for administrative reasons, including the alien’s withdrawal of the claim.”

The opinion however has language that could lay the foundation for later rulings in favor of the government in this area.  The Court clearly ruled against arguments of due process rights beyond the screening process:

While aliens who have established connections in this country have due process rights in deportation proceedings, the Court long ago held that Congress is entitled to set the conditions for an alien’s lawful entry into this country and that, as a result, an alien at the threshold of initial entry cannot claim any greater rights under the Due Process Clause. See Nishimura Ekiu v. United States, 142 U. S. 651, 660 (1892). Respondent attempted to enter the country illegally and was apprehended just 25 yards from the border. He therefore has no entitlement to procedural rights other than those afforded by statute. In short, under our precedents, neither the Suspension Clause nor the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment requires any further review of respondent’s claims, and IIRIRA’s limitations on habeas review are constitutional as applied.

Only Justice Sotomayor and Kagan dissented.

Here is the opinion: Department of Homeland Security v. Thuraissigiam 

99 thoughts on “Supreme Court Rules 7-2 In Favor Of The Trump Administration On Immigration”

  1. i am reminded of the Tamil hip hop star MIA whose hit song brags about immigration fraud

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewRjZoRtu0Y

    guess the INS wasnt impressed with this Tamil guy who got the boot

    “I fly like paper, get high like planes
    If you catch me at the border I got visas in my name
    If you come around here, I make ’em all day
    I get one down in a second if you wait”

    1. Tytler’s “Leftist Never-Never Land.”

      “A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the people discover they can vote themselves largess out of the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidate promising the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that democracy always collapses over a loose fiscal policy–to be followed by a dictatorship.”

      – Alexander Fraser Tytler

      America awaits Tytler’s collapse into dictatorship.

      1. George:
        Aristocracies decay into Timocracies and then Oligarchies which, in time, decay into Democracies which spiral down to Tyrannies. Plato observed and understood this. Maybe we should, too.

        But hey, let’s don’t go down without a damn glorious fight! Courage is the only human virtue that echoes through the ages precisely because its universally respected. Don’t ever wonder why we still speak in hushed tones about the 100 Spartans.

        1. Molon Labe!

          Of course 300 is the legendary number

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Prc1UfuokY

          but you are in good company with a different number for the heroes.
          Per Herodotus, there were about 5000 or so Greeks there besides the Spartiates. Various allies of Sparta from adjacent region mostly: “lakedaemonia” hence the lambda on their shields.
          Diodorus Siculus claims about 7 thousand.

              1. Pressfield’s “Gates of Fire” is indeed good. His “Tides of War”, about Alcibiades and his part in Athens’ disastrous invasion of Syracuse (in which the Athenian force was not just repelled, but kept captive and brutally punished by the Syracusans under Spartan tutelage) and the Ionian War is even better. Alcibiades was a complex character that even Frank Miller’s drawing pen could capture – but Pressfield shows him in all his glory and ignominy through the eye of his bodyguard and eventual executioner.

                1. “even Frank Miller’s drawing pen couldn’t capture…” when will Word Press allow correcrtions of typos?

            1. one of the interesting things about the Laws of Lycurgus: they used iron ingots as a form of fiat money.

              gold and silver coin were prohibited. the idea was that it would corrupt the ruling class

              America proves that fiat money can corrupt the ruling class just as easily, of course

          1. An aside, I drove through Thermopylae many years ago hoping to see it as described in Herodotus but found it rather different. The sea was much further from the road than I expected and the way through much wider. It would take many more hoplites to block the way today. The name, of course, means hot gates and hot water still bubbles up in places. Visited Marathon before that and it was near to what I expected.

            1. Young – isn’t the story that the Spartans extended a wall shortening the space to the sea?

              1. They may have done, but it looked like it was more than a mile to the sea when I was there, too far for 5,000 + men to guard.

                1. I think a lot of soil has washed down from the mountains and moved the bay further out. I think the same happened to Miletus and a number of other ancient port cities. Troy is further from the sea than it once was too I believe.

                2. Young – that cannot possible be true. Greta Thunberg told us that we would in waders in 9 years, so the water should have been at cliffside. 😉

                  1. Paul– Greta wasn’t born when I drove through there so I didn’t have the opportunity to view the receding waters through the climate change lens that would show me the sea was advancing and I was really driving under water. Now I know better.

                    Still think it is funny that Obama warned for years about rising seas and then bought a multi-million dollar home on the beach.

                    I suppose Greta will have several beachfront properties once this gig is milked for all it’s worth.

                    1. Certainly Greta Thunberg’s mom will have a well-feathered nest once Greta finishes her turn as a performing seal complaining about the shortening of her beach. Not that I mind her rants – they’re directed at the highbinders at the UN General Assembly, Congress, Parliament and other democracies where she can’t conveniently disappear for ranting at the high and mighty. All Fan Bingbing did was launder a little money, and she went away until she discovered her checkbook and gave Winnie the Pooh some honey. If Greta boxed Xi’s ears in public, her ocean racer might have been sent to the bottom of South China Sea on the way back to Sweden.

            2. Lucky Duck, I would give my left naught for a long trip to Greece now, They wont even let Americans in I heard.

              1. I would love to go to Greece again. I liked the people, the food and the history. In Olympia I saw the helmet of Miltiades [Marathon) and simple tools once owned by Phidias. Driving to Delphi I made a wrong turn at Thebes and crossed the plain to Platea which figured prominently in the Persian wars and again in the Pelopnesian War. Every place was rich with tales and the memories of great things.

                1. When my family went to England with me when I had a brief consulting gig there, we were able to walk the cliff over the massive chalk drawing called the Wiltshiire White Horse (back when even marauding protesters had a clue about graffiti), but could only appreciate Stonehenge from afar (g-ddamned Druids and their equinoctial dope parties made it off limits to mere onlookers). Bath had, indeed, the greatest working monument to good bodily hygiene remaining from the Roman era we were able to see (we never took the Chunnel). And they were restoring the Mary Rose in her wet and misty dock at Southhampton. In front of the Royal Marines Museum there is a landing craft my dad may have helped buld at A.J. Higgins’ boat works near New Orleans, over which our sons duly crawled (the Royal Navy were Higgins’ first customers.. it was much later before the US Marine Cortps and US Army were delivered to battle in Higgins Boats).

                  I was too chicken to disobey the signs warning me not even to slow down at Porton Down’s front gates, otherwise I’d have parked my car, knelt and proclaimed “I’m not worthy” three times (I’m a special weapons geek who’s visited Los Alamos and the Bandelier National Monument where my wife oohed and aahed over neolithic cliff settlements while I was quietly contemplative near the park ranger apartment where crucial experiments on nuclear bomb components were done far enough away from the rest of Los Alamos that their neutron flow wouldn’t disturb other experiments in progress).

        2. Mespo– if I am reading the crowds correctly, courage is not one of the characteristics of the protestors and I believe if they actually think there may be a glorious fight, they will shrink away. In an earlier post, I mentioned a riot in our state prison some years ago. It was a huge riot with hostages taken, at one least one of whom was killed. A friend of mine is one of the two — that’s right, two– Texas Rangers sent into the prison to deal with the rioters. They climbed down through some pipes and wires. Like all good Rangers, their pistols were an extension of their arms. My friend still gives demonstrations firing a bullet into a box with a fixed blade that cuts the bullet in half. They took head shots, to heck with the torso. When the leaders dropped, the other prisoners knew they would be next– there would be no negotiating. The riot ended. The point of this is simply to say something you know all too well. Unless and until those rioting and claiming parts of cities are met with an overwhelming force, they will not stop and instead will be emboldened. For most of the cowards, I suspect that overwhelming force just might be two Texas Rangers– or just local cops– with the safeties off.

          1. Very interesting account. At what distance and what caliber did your Ranger friend split the bullet?

            1. It can be more complicated than that. The US Army’s current doctrine explores the phases of insurgencies and how insurgents invite violent resistance by government

              https://fas.org/irp/doddir/army/fm3-24.pdf

              I suspect that a forceful police response in some places would work well., like smaller towns and local police

              but if federals do it, then it’s a problem and whatever happens Trump will be painted a monster even if he really were a hero,. by the mass media. this is a trap,.

          2. Honest– I have been in a couple of riots and I got the impression that if the police blocked off escape routes and had someone scream “They’re trying to trap us! Dogs and trucks are blocking the ways out!” A lot of them would scatter like roaches. Also a good idea to have attack teams to surge out and roughly grab the cheerleaders and haul them away. Now, of course, the police just stand down to leave room to destroy. What a disgusting situation.

            1. What cops are going to volunteer for this duty if they are going to be charged with murder? Not too many

              Now, what we may see before this is over– as we did in Maidan in Ukraine– is that “somebody” may deploy snipers to actually shoot people. And then the newspapers who are controlled by the usual suspects, will tell us what to believe.

              it’s not really clear who was doing the shooting at maidan, but what’s clear, is that the protesters made the greatest use of it.

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJhJ6hks0Jg

              and perhaps this is exactly why Trump is not responding with “overwhelming force.” He may have been advised that this is exactly what the newspapers want him to do.

              I could be wrong, he may just be chickening out, but, it’s an insurgency/ counterinsurgency conflict that is not fought so much on the ground as it is in the sphere of “information warfare”

              1. If I were a cop in some of these neighborhoods I would stay in the car and eat tacos for lunch and donuts for dessert and let the criminals kill each other. I would be far more fearful of the politicians and social justice prosecutors than of street criminals. Do nothing and collect pay and they will leave you alone; politicians naturally understand that behavior.

                Given our federal structure and the collapse of will in local government there isn’t much Trump can do away from federal property without being blamed for everything the locals have screwed up. One thing he can do that is already having an impact is targeting people for arrest and working up the chain with indictments. That has to be worrying some of the people behind this already. Too bad nobody trusts the FBI to do this. Fifteen agents to a racetrack to inspect a pull rope on a door–sheesh! A part time village constable could have figured out the same thing the agents did but faster.

                  1. Squeeky– do you mind if I say it for you: “I told you so.” Of course, as the British might say, “it is bloody obvious.” If a police officer wants to go home at night, he or she must immediately gain control of any tense situation and that means he or she must meet force with more force. In the old days, if a suspect takes a swing, you take him down with a slap jack (probably now illegal) or a billy club. If he takes your primary weapon and you are able, you pull your secondary weapon and shoot him. When you know you may lose your job because you used necessary force, dealing with the problem becomes “too much grief.” There will be poetic justice: when the criminals are left unchecked, the snowflakes who complain today will be dead tomorrow.

              2. The Russians are a red herring (no pub intended). Chinese influence over US media and news appears to be much more persuasive and corrosive to our nation. But, since the Chinese are doing this to us largely by giving or withholding lots of money, getting our oh-so-idealistic news media to be honest about their most influential foreign client isn’t going to happen. The Chinese had a spy in Senator DIane Feinstein’s daily employ (he was her driver, I think) while she headed the Senate Intelligence Commitee. That she hasn’t been subjected to abuse by the likes of Colbert, Fallon, and Kimmel, much less the daily news, shows just how powerful the Chinese are over our news and entertainment media.

        3. In my humble opinion, the American Founders created the perfect hybrid: Republicanism – with a strict set of rules.

          Merriam Webster

          republic noun

          re·​pub·​lic | \ ri-ˈpə-blik
          \
          Definition of republic

          b(1) : a government in which supreme power resides in a body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by elected officers and representatives responsible to them and governing according to law

          The government of the Founders is to be established by people entitled to vote. Unfortunately the Framers failed to codify the “entitling” criteria. Their Constitution and Bill of Rights, however, resolved that problem before it developed. They severely limited the power of government no matter who voted.

          People were given the right to private property which is not qualified by the Constitution and is, therefore, absolute. Article 1, Section 8, restricts the power of Congress to spend by limiting taxation to “…general Welfare…,” omitting and, thereby, excluding any power to tax for individual or specific welfare or charity. The same article restricts regulation to that of money, the flow of commerce and land and naval Forces. General means all not individual, specific or particular.

          Government may not interfere with private property, may not tax for redistribution and may not regulate anything with the exceptions of money, the flow of commerce and land and naval Forces.

          The singular American failure is and has been the judicial branch with emphasis on the Supreme Court. The entire American welfare state is unconstitutional including, but not limited to, affirmative action, quotas, welfare, food stamps, rent control, social services, forced busing, minimum wage, utility subsidies, WIC, TANF, HAMP, HARP, TARP, Agriculture, Commerce, Education, Labor, Energy, Obamacare, Social Security, Social Security Disability, Social Security Supplemental Income, Medicare, Medicaid, “Fair Housing” laws, “Non-Discrimination” laws, etc.

          Again, in my humble opinion, what the honorable and noble historical forms of governance have lacked is the discipline of American constitutional republicanism. I repeat myself often because people miss the essential point. It’s there. All one has to do is read it. Private property, tax only for “…general Welfare…” and regulate only money, commerce and land and naval Forces.

          “…courts of justice,…must…declare all acts contrary to the manifest tenor of the Constitution void.”

          “[A] limited Constitution … can be preserved in practice no other way than through the medium of courts of justice, whose duty it must be to declare all acts contrary to the manifest tenor of the Constitution void. Without this, all the reservations of particular rights or privileges would amount to nothing … To deny this would be to affirm … that men acting by virtue of powers may do not only what their powers do not authorize, but what they forbid.”

          – Alexander Hamilton

  2. Crickets from JT,

    OT

    https://twitter.com/ggreenwald/status/1275914162800136197

    “Glenn Greenwald
    @ggreenwald
    The Trump DOJ’s attempt to imprison Assange for working with his source to publish classified documents that exposed US war crimes is the most severe US threat to press freedom since 2016. It’s sickening to watch so many journalists ignore it, & so many liberals cheer it:”

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/wikileaks-founder-charged-superseding-indictment

    1. I agree in part. Assange should be pardoned. The attacks on him began with Hillary and Obama. The DOJ stables still need cleaning. Journalists ignore this because they side with the Clinton machine.

  3. We have a border. There is a wall in some portions for a reason. Crooks come and climb the wall and Shep one foot onto our soil. They want then to have a right to claim they had been under fear back home in China. So some forks in America that the dorks have a right to stay in here and argue their fear claim and get assylum. BS!
    We need an electric fence. Ask Pence.

    I am clairvoyant. Trump’s wife has convinced him to not run. He is turning the nomination of the HOP to Pence at the convention.
    “Mister Pence. Build up that fence!”

  4. “[There is no particular need for the U.S. to encourage immigration] except of useful mechanics and some particular descriptions of men or professions.”

    “The policy or advantage of its taking place in a body (I mean the settling of them in a body) may be much questioned; for by so doing, they retain the language, habits, and principles (good or bad) which they bring with them.”

    – George Washington, Letter To John Adams, 1794

    1. Election Postponement – Not Vote By Survey Monkey

      President Trump must postpone the November election due to COVID-19, understanding that a fair and equitable election is impossible and that all other economic and social activities have been modified and/or suspended for reasons of the pandemic.

      The essence of the Republic must be preserved at all costs, as Lincoln would say. President Trump must postpone the election due to COVID-19 until such time as the pandemic is in sufficient and quantifiable decline.

      1. But Kellyanne and Kudlow said back in April that the pandemic is contained. Did they lie? Trumpy Bear said “it’s just one person coming from China”, and that 15 cases would soon be 0 cases. He said it would “magically disappear”, too, and that we’d have a vaccine “very soon”. He said hydroxychloroquine was a “game changer”. Is it possible: did he lie, too?

        The essence of the Republic must be preserved at all costs, which is why we need voting by mail, which Trumpy Bear, Pence and most members of Congress already use. Why are Republicans afraid of allowing voting by mail, since there has never been any proof of fraudulent voting by this means?

        Trumpy Bear cannot prevent the likely November defeat that is coming, hoping that if the infection is brought under control and/or that there is a vaccine that it will help him politically.

        1. lie, look the faucci vs disgruntled employee saga up… bright wanted to purchase other drug than faucci that failed testing too… faucci purchased hydro…. yeah youll guess the story and somehow faucci isnt in news so much anymore when the drug was deemed useless by clinical trials…

        2. Trump also hopes that another round of stimulus checks to the regular folks will work in his favor.

        3. Most of the increase of China Coronavirus is in states that border with the northern Mexican International border. Because Mexico is not only woefully prepared, but their attempts to shut down the country of Mexico are no better off than those attempts in the US.
          I know this to be true because I live in a border state with the US, and just last month, all of the hospitals in the Imperial County were shut down because there were too many Mexicans who couldn’t get tests or treatment, went to the US for testing and treatment, and hospitalization. Unfortunately, the media is not really focused on any news that might show the real facts. The media are LIARS.

      1. In the absence of four more years of the administration of President Donald J. Trump, there will be no “country.”

        America will become the s-hole country named Free Nation of Afrimexiasiarabistan and, of course, it will be a communist totalitarian dictatorship; you’ll be right at home, patriot.

        1. You need to ask for your money back George on that crystal ball you’re using. It is seriously malfunctioning.

  5. “…the harmony of the ingredients is all-important, and whatever tends to a discordant intermixture must have an injurious tendency.”
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    “The influx of foreigners must, therefore, tend to produce a heterogeneous compound; to change and corrupt the national spirit; to complicate and confound public opinion; to introduce foreign propensities. In the composition of society, the harmony of the ingredients is all-important, and whatever tends to a discordant intermixture must have an injurious tendency.”

    – Alexander Hamilton

  6. “[The safety of a republic depends] essentially on the energy of a common national sentiment, on a uniformity of principles and habits, on the exemption of the citizens from foreign bias and prejudice, and on that love of country which will almost invariably be found to be closely connected with birth, education and family.”

    – Alexander Hamilton

  7. “Prudence requires us to trace the history further and ask what has become of the nations of savages who exercised this policy, and who now occupies the territory which they then inhabited? Perhaps a lesson is here taught which ought not to be despised.”

    – Alexander Hamilton

  8. “Suppose 20 millions of republican Americans thrown all of a sudden into France, what would be the condition of that kingdom?”

    “If it would be more turbulent, less happy, less strong, we may believe that the addition of half a million of foreigners to our present numbers would produce a similar effect here.”

    – Thomas Jefferson

  9. The American Founders, four iterations, on immigration:

    Naturalization Acts of 1790, 1795, 1798 and 1802

    United States Congress, “An act to establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization,” March 26, 1790

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That any Alien being a free white person, who shall have resided within the limits and under the jurisdiction of the United States for the term of two years, may be admitted to become a citizen thereof

  10. Into the system without qualification is an obvious wrong. This takes away an extreme opportunity for some to pervert the system. There is a screening process in place and that should be enough. The polar opposite of this ruling, would be to rule against any attempt to categorically bar anyone from seeking asylum. The only downside to this correction is we have to listen to the blithering idiot Trump claim victory where there was no fight and all the mindless followers.

          1. What makes “…me laugh so hard, I blew coffee out my nose…” is the fact that Americans allow the gross corruption of the SCOTUS – their criminal usurpation of the powers of the legislative and executive branches and their surreptitious assumption of the power, position and airs of the Sovereign, for which most, if not all, Justices should have long ago been impeached, Drawn and Quartered being guilty, beyond a reasonable doubt, of the treason of abuse, usurpation, subversion, insurrection and nullification of the Constitution they swore to uphold and support; I’m still guffawing as we speak at how these corrupt jurists have put it all over on the greatest nation in human history and still keep their heads.

            Chief Justice Roberts literally commingled the definitions of the words “state” and “federal” to approve the “exchanges” of the immutably unconstitutional Obamacare.
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            “…men…do…what their powers do not authorize, [and] what they forbid.”

            “[A] limited Constitution … can be preserved in practice no other way than through the medium of courts of justice, whose duty it must be to declare all acts contrary to the manifest tenor of the Constitution void. Without this, all the reservations of particular rights or privileges would amount to nothing … To deny this would be to affirm … that men acting by virtue of powers may do not only what their powers do not authorize, but what they forbid.”

            – Alexander Hamilton

          1. Ad hominem is the last resort, a final dying gasp and an admission of loss and surrender.

            “To the victors belong the spoils.”

            – Andrew Jackson

            Enjoy.

              1. From a noble and honorable antagonist, waving the white flag of surrender, a “sonorous mea culpa,” * is the appropriate epitaph.

                * Attribution – mespo727272

          2. SGB – “Ad hominem is a sign of a weak intellect. ” That is an ad hominem. Does that mean you have a weak intellect?

      1. That is a curious take. “cannot always rely.” Hmmm, it would seem to me that we should nominate you for the Court as you are implying the constitution will ALWAYS conform to your beliefs?

        1. JBM – the Constitution should always conform to my views. My comment was that she has not always voted as expected.

      2. PCS, Ginsberg, Roberts et al. have “legislated” and “executed” from the bench. Those are crimes. Those are gross and egregious crimes of treason against the very Constitution they have sworn to support and uphold; the “manifest tenor” of which. The criminals should be prosecuted/impeached. The SCOTUS is the singular American failure. In 1860, for example, the SCOTUS should have allowed and approved of legal secession by the CSA, which would have gone on to debilitating market failure, brought on by the application of the free market tools of advocacy, boycotts, divestiture, etc., and would have ultimately petitioned for re-entry, as a free nation without slavery, into the Union. Freed slaves should have been granted reparations and compassionately repatriated, as Lincoln planned, for their own benefit and to their countries of origin where they would obtain a sense of nationhood and self esteem. America was excluded and separated from the efficacy and truth of the “manifest tenor” of the Constitution and Bill of Rights by the corrupt Supreme Court.

        1. George – much as I agree with you, pragmatically it would be impossible to impeach them. 😉

          1. You are correct. What I mentioned is what the path would be in a decent and honorable America under the rules provided by the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The communists are quite happy with the support of the SCOTUS for the imposition of the principles of communism and the de facto nullification of American fundamental law. Lincoln grabbed (i.e. stole) the bull by the horns and did what he thought was right, which was wrong. President Trump should grab the bull by the horns and forcibly impose the “manifest tenor” of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, including retroactively; correcting all of the constitutional abominations coming out of Lincoln, Wilson, FDR, LBJ and Obama – for the benefit of actual Americans – not the rest of the world – which was the original idea.

  11. It is a wonder just how well the rule of law can function when needed and applied with honesty. Now if we could just use it on those dreamers and other illegals who have been sold other bills of goods about citizenship and residency within our borders. Clean the slate and demand proof of legal residency during this census.

  12. I am liking this! In so saying, don’t you know, my head oscillates from side-to-side, with a slight rotation, of course, in such a way that no North American can possibly tell if I am liking or disliking it – all in typical sub-Continental fashion.

  13. Finely those asylum fraudsters have been given the word! And it ain’t the word that they were given by the hucksters, likely paid by 1 of soro’s groups, to get from Sri Lanka, or Guatemala, or Honduras, or wherever, into the US at any cost, cause they were told lies that if you get inside the US, you will likely stay. Well, that is bul**hit, and we know it. And so does the Supreme court (7-2).

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