BREAKING! My Immigration Law Prof is Gonna Call Trump Racist 20X Tomorrow


Because SCOTUS has continued its deference to the Executive branch on immigration. Read it and weep.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that the federal government can detain immigrants indefinitely for past crimes, even if they have been previously released.


Justice Samuel Alito wrote in a 26-page majority opinion that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit — a popular Trump target — incorrectly interpreted the federal statute that outlines procedures for mandatory detention.


Alito said “neither the statute’s text nor its structure“ supported the contention that immigrants convicted of a crime must be detained immediately to be held in detention without bond.

“Especially hard to swallow” was the plaintiffs’ argument that immigrants could be placed in mandatory detention only if they were arrested on the day they left jail, Alito argued.

Justice Brett Kavanaugh issued a concurring opinion, as did Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch.

In a dissent, the court’s liberal wing argued federal law did not permit mandatory detention for immigrants previously released after a conviction.

My Immigration Law prof calls DJT racist about 5 times a week in our class. I’m sorry I’m going to have to miss her spittle-flecked reaction tomorrow. I have the flu.

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95 Responses to BREAKING! My Immigration Law Prof is Gonna Call Trump Racist 20X Tomorrow

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Most cable doesn’t carry OAN, I wonder why? I get it on Verizon, it is a great news source if you’re into real news. 😉

  2. Venus E. Lee says:

    Your Constitutional law professor doesn’t seem to know that the law is what SCOTUS says it is.
    S/he also has a total disregard for the separate branches of government and the electoral process.
    I’d drop the class.

    • Venus E. Lee says:

      PS- I’d inform the Dean why I was dropping it too.

      • Woke Lola says:

        I can’t drop. My last semester. But I do intend to leave a very classy, honest evaluation of her in class performance. It’s a shame. She’s a really inventive lawyer.

        • lateblum says:

          It’s awesome you’re nearly done! Not so great to have the flu. Take swannie’s advice. Nothing beats Chinese soups. And I love that ginger tea. Take care and get well SOON,

  3. DandyTIger says:

    Great post. I’d tell that prof where to stick it. 🙂

  4. swanspirit says:

    I am so sorry you have the flu!! That so sucks, be sure and nurture yourself to the max, including wonderful things like lemon ginger honey tea, chocolate donuts, ordering egg drop soup from your local Chinese takeout, or whatever your heart desires. Maverick your bigot law professor, sideways with a jackhammer.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    Special Greg gave me marching orders, we will see this, wine and pizza mom, at the local cinema cafe, how can I refuse 😉 Baby Be Mine.

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  8. Myiq2xu™ says:

    If I had the flu I’d make sure I went to class and I’d stay late to talk to the teacher.

  9. lateblum says:

    I wonder what to feel. Hopeful maybe, maybe not.

  10. helenk3 says:

    short break and a late contribution for St Patrick’s Day

  11. Dora says:

    One city after another. Very sad.


    KOMO News’ Special: Seattle Is Dying

    “People didn’t use to use the word embarrassing about Seattle, but they use it a lot now,” the narrator to a new KOMO News special titled “Seattle is Dying” says. The focus of the special is homelessness and the ways in which it has changed the city.

    • lyn says:

      Candace posted that, and it is really disgusting. The Ballard city council laughed at protesters when they complained.

      • lyn says:

        I meant Constance.

      • Constance says:

        I’ve been discussing this KOMO special on the neighborhood blog. The Libs are saying KOMO is owned by Sinclair broadcasting so it is conservative propaganda….”What I and others are saying, though, is that we don’t need sensationalized pieces that are designed to terrify people and poison the narrative, conservative propaganda that is” I just answered “so you are complaining conservative free speech is poisoning your Progressive narrative? and people are not terrorized by a narrative they are terrified by their experiences.” I haven’t gotten a reply. One thing I find really offensive about the last thought in this special is that the narrators says “Is it any wonder it took 4 women to devise this addiction program that is working in Rhode Island?” Well in Seattle we have had two women police chiefs in a row, a woman mayor who is also gay and 6 of 9 city council members are women. So women have created the Seattle mess and I am quite sure they are too dumb to get us out of it.

        • elliesmom says:

          RI politics are just as corrupt, maybe more, as anywhere else, but gender politics isn’t a big thing. We have our first woman as governor, but I haven’t ever heard her described that way. It’s most important that she’s a Democrat. Being female is way down the list. Not a lot of women in elected office here, but a lot of women in paid government positions. Lots of folks with “family connections”, male and female.

          • Constance says:

            Well we had Dixie Lee Ray as governor of WA in the 70’s and also Christine Gregoire around 2005 so they don’t really talk about having all these women in government. We’ve also had two women Senators for at least 15 years, you never hear of either of them but Patty Murray is the short plain looking grey-blonde who often follows Shumer around like a little obedient dog. It’s just that our government is profoundly incompetent right now and it is impossible to miss that women are in-charge recently.

        • lyn says:

          Do those idiots realize that “conservative propaganda” is the truth? #KOMO

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  13. Mothy67 says:

    OAN offers a streaming service for 4.99/mo. I bet if they lowered it to 2.99 they’d do much better.
    CEO posted on twatter urging people to call cable providers he says it would increase cable by a dime. If they are only getting a dime from verizon why not make the streaming as cheap as possible. I suppose there are carriage rules that the cable companies impose that I don’t understand.

    • Constance says:

      I am getting OAN on my basic package from Direct TV satellite in Seattle. Odd because it is a Progressive town. I have neighbors who won’t talk to me because I’m Independent and they have no idea I’ve been voting Republican lately.

    • votermom says:

      OAN showed up on our FIOS package just before we ditched the tv service

      • Mothy67 says:

        I have it with fios. I put it on during the day for background. Very repetitive. Really wish they’d up their game a little. Now seems like it would be the time to play hard or go home. Doubt comcast will ever carry them. Comcast annoys because they send mailers out about how they provide 9.99 internet a month to households which have a student getting free or reduced lunches. You also get a desktop for 150. Word it like they are doing it out of benevolence. No they have the borough and school contracts and a yuuuge write off. I agree with all kids having access, but don’t send me a reminder every three months that I am spending 130 more a month.

        • votermom says:

          we still have Fios but internet only. CBS has a free app on roku. ugh. Hubby often watches their fake nooz, as well as the tv nooz that comes on the antenna

  14. Venus E. Lee says:

    Must see

    • John Denney says:

      Great link from a comment in that thread! I had never heard of Yuri Bezmenov before, but there are a whole bunch of videos of him on youtube.

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  17. Island Girl says:

    Excellent post Woke Lola, love it!!

  18. votermom says:

    if you know anyone going through chemo, interesting post on a carnivore fb group here

  19. Dora says:

    Trump Pulled Ambassador Nomination of State Department Official Who Communicated With Steele and Ohr

    A State Department official who was awaiting confirmation to be U.S. Ambassador to Albania communicated with the former British spy Christopher Steele and supplied information to a senior DOJ official after and before the 2016 presidential election.

    Former State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary Kathleen Ann Kavalec’s nomination was withdrawn recently by President Trump, according to a Senior White House official who spoke to

    • Cisco says:

      Drain that swamp, one turd at a time.
      Not to worry, KAK, can join Brazile and Ryan at CNN.

  20. Mothy67 says:

    Just a thought before the coffee kicks in
    Are the situations in CA, WA, and other progressive hell holes by design? Are they not mini Cloward-Priven strategies? When I see pictures of homeless it looks surreal. How long has this been the situation. We have homelessness here, but no where near that extent. Likely due to weather. How can a state provide legal assistance, public assistance to invaders while literally forcing the citizenry to step sidestep in shit. This didn’t happen overnight.
    When did it begin as a genuine public health concern? I would know nothing of it were it not for the internet. You don’t see tents on the sidewalks on the nightly news. Did our betters feed this hoping CA would lead the rest of the country into the abyss? Are there any prog cities/states that are not grossly underwater?
    Seems to me it was all set to go. All they needed was a continued stagnant economy and soon it would require big government to fix the problems it created.
    Am i misreading this? Do east coast warm climates have the same epidemic. I never hear of encampments in Miami.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Most I see here in CA are uncommitted psycho’s or alcoholic’s. Over half are from other states and have just “ended up” here. They have families that worry about them but aren’t connected enough to reality to care.

    • John Denney says:

      When Reagan was governor, activists (ACLU?) asserted that it was immoral to institutionalize people against their will, and CA lawmakers agreed.
      Those held against their will (who wants to be institutionalized?) were then able to leave, and then, since the institutions were now empty, Reagan closed them.
      Now people who should be institutionalized are on the streets, and Reagan is being blamed for it, that he closed down the facilities they need.

      • Mothy67 says:

        After reading your post I tried to look up Billie Boggs. She was involuntarily committed during Koch administration. ACLU fought and won. Have to wonder what the effects have been. Might Sandy Hook shooter have been confined in the past? We know obama lax rules played a role in Parkland.

      • lyn says:

        Watch “55 Steps” on Starz. That lawsuit was about being forced to take medication without consent at mental health institutions, and that medication caused severe physical damage to people.

  21. taw46 says:

    “Think of H.R. 1 as “Motor Voter” on steroids.
    President Clinton signed the original Motor Voter bill into law in May of 1993, just four months after assuming office. There is a video in the Clinton Library archive of the signing ceremony. If you watch it, you can harbor little doubt that this was a major legislative milestone for the Democrats. The opening scene presents Clinton as a larger-than-life, almost heroic figure. Even the formulators of the Cloward-Piven Strategy for forcing political change through orchestrated crisis are present. One even speaks to congratulate the President for his accomplishment. Watching this now and considering where we are politically and culturally, and all the crises that have come and gone over the intervening years or are still with us, there is little question that the Democrats knew exactly what they were going to do with Motor Voter. And they managed it in spades.
    Paraphrasing Bette Davis: Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy couple years.”

  22. taw46 says:

    “Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has made a gargantuan overhaul of election law, campaign finance, and ethics rules the top priority of House Democrats. Contrast this move with the Republicans in 2017 — the Democratic Party and its allies understand there is a difference between winning elections versus big idea debates.

    H.R. 1, her proposal, is not likely to clear the Senate, but that’s not the point. It is a marketing document intended to broach the idea of federalizing some progressive state policies while trying to squeeze more conservative locales into adopting them as well. Taken as a whole, the only saving grace to the bill is that it does not contain a prosecution shield for noncitizens who are automatically registered to vote — something California has done.”

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  24. DeniseVB says:

    This lady is an expert on the Electoral College, good thread full of facts and information……

    • DandyTIger says:

      The establishment behind FoxNews would rather lose money like CNN than help reelect Trump. Not being included in the Dem debates was the catalyst (or excuse) to making the changes.

      • Mothy67 says:

        MSM is nothing but a tool for the elite to corral the electorate. I bet mentions of illegal immigrants drops significantly with that bitch ryan on the board. Who cares about fentanyl, crime, sex trafficking? We got our tax cuts so fuck Trump’s biggest promise.

      • jeffhas says:

        If Trump just holds ‘rally nights’ whenever there is a dem primary debate, FOX can have their counter programming.

        Just a suggestion…. a delicious suggestion.

  25. helenk3 says:

    not a bad deal for these countries. ship out people get another country to support them and they send back money to help your economy.

  26. DeniseVB says:

    Happy Birthday Barron !

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