( The judicial branch resistance to the will of the AMERICA PEOPLE AND TRUMP )
Liberal activist U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton, who canceled former Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s upcoming sentencing hearing for his criminal conviction for enforcing our laws, and who had gone as far as telling attorneys not to refile replies to motions that were pending before his recent presidential pardon, has now done a 180 and has decided to challenge President Trump’s Presidential Pardon.
Judge Bolton who was appointed by former President Bill “The Rapist” Clinton appeared to have had a change of heart on Tuesday. Or maybe George Soros paid her to change her tune and not throw out the conviction based solely on Arpaio’s request because of President Trump’s pardon?
Instead, she has ordered Arpaio and the U.S. Department of Justice, which is prosecuting the case, to file briefs on why she should or shouldn’t grant Arpaio’s request. So basically this activist judge is actually going against a presidential pardon on principle.
I for one wish we would have had judges like her on the right when former President Barack Hussein Obama was busy pardoning violent drug dealers and thugs. But sadly we know all too well that would have never been the case because the right actually follows the law and the United States Constitution.
This isn’t the first time this rogue judge has gone against our sovereignty:
Why Judge Susan Bolton blocked key parts of Arizona’s SB 1070
US District Judge Susan Bolton issued a temporary injunction that halted key parts of SB 1070, the Arizona immigration law, that would have required police to check the immigration status of anyone they suspected of being an illegal resident.
A federal judge in Phoenix issued a temporary injunction Wednesday blocking implementation of the toughest portions of Arizona’s controversial immigration law, known as SB 1070, but the judge allowed other sections of the state statute to stand.
US District Judge Susan Bolton agreed to block the section of the law that required local and state law enforcement officials to check the immigration status of those they suspected were illegal immigrants.
That was the provision that critics said would lead to racial profiling.
Judge Bolton’s decision is an important victory for the Obama administration in the face of a rising tide of concern among several states that the federal government is not effectively enforcing immigration law or effectively protecting US borders.
Five states have introduced legislation similar to Arizona’s law, and 20 others are reportedly considering it.
The ruling adds fuel to an already heated national debate over US immigration policy and sets the stage for more rounds of litigation in a case that could eventually make its way to the US Supreme Court.
In her ruling, Bolton also blocked a portion of the law that required state officials to check the immigration status of anyone in custody in Arizona before they were released from jail.
The judge said the state measure was preempted by federal law because such checks would swamp federal immigration officials who are pursuing different priorities.
“The number of requests that will emanate from Arizona as a result of determining the status of every arrestee is likely to impermissibly burden federal resources and redirect federal agencies away from the priorities they have established,” Bolton wrote.
The judge said the same problem would arise under the provision requiring police officers to check the immigration status of suspected illegal immigrants. “Federal resources will be taxed and diverted from federal enforcement priorities as a result of the increase in requests for immigration status determination(s),” she said.
The judge said the provision would also create an impermissible burden on immigrants who are lawfully present in Arizona.
Bolton concluded that there was a likelihood of irreparable harm to the interests of the federal government if certain provisions of SB 1070 took effect.
“The court by no means disregards Arizona’s interests in controlling illegal immigration and addressing the concurrent problems with crime, including the trafficking of humans, drugs, guns, and money,” Bolton wrote.
“Even though Arizona’s interests may be consistent with those of the federal government, it is not in the public interest for Arizona to enforce preempted laws,” she said.
Opponents of SB 1070 said the law would lead to illegal racial profiling by state and local law enforcement officials. Supporters countered that the state law was necessary to make up for lax and ineffective border enforcement by the federal government.
The Arizona law was deliberately written with tough and aggressive measures designed to encourage the estimathttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XusAzKW1CUced 460,000 illegal immigrants in Arizona to go home.