A New Judge A Day Keeps Socialism Away

LAT:

Immigration judges are quitting or retiring early because of Trump

Immigration Judge Charles Honeyman was nearing retirement, but he vowed not to leave while Donald Trump was president and risk being replaced by an ideologue with an anti-immigration agenda.

He pushed back against the administration the best he could. He continued to grant asylum to victims of domestic violence even after the Justice Department said that was not a valid reason to. And he tried to ignore demands to speed through cases without giving them the consideration he believed the law required.

But as the pressure from Washington increased, Honeyman started having stomach pains and thinking, “There are a lot of cases I’m going to have to deny that I’ll feel sick over.”

This month, after 24 years on the bench, the 70-year-old judge called it quits.

For decades now every federal election has included three issues: Gun control, abortion, and judicial appointments, and especially SCOTUS appointments. The Left mouths the words, but they have never cared for Democracy. It is difficult and time-consuming to change laws thru the legislative process.

Back in the middle part of the 20th Century, the Left began a string of wins on issues like abortion, civil rights, criminal rights, and freedom of the press. Some of the biggest and earliest wins didn’t come thru the legislature (some times the legislature opposed the changes) but came from the courts. Brown v. Board of Education ended “separate but equal.” Miranda v. Arizona said that the cops have to advise you of your right to remain silent before they beat a confession out of you. Roe v. Wade established that Jeffrey Epstein didn’t abort himself.

Think of how many politicians you have to buy or persuade to get a law passed. You need a few hundred Congressmen, 51 Senators, and a POTUS. If you don’t have a POTUS you’ll need a bunch more Congressmen and Senators. If the law you want to pass would create a new constitutional right, you gotta go out and buy 2/3 of the House, 2/3 of the Senate, and 3/4 of the state legislatures.

On the other hand, all you need to create a new constitutional right via the court system is 8 judges and justices. You need 1 trial court judge, as few as 2 appellate justices (more if the case is heard en banc) and 5 SCOTUS justices. Technically, all you really need are those five SCOTUS justices. If they decide that a right exists, it exists.

On the Right, there is a group called The Federalist Society that tries to recruit conservative lawyers for the federal bench. On the Left, there is the faculty of law schools across the country. Just like our colleges and universities, law schools are packed with liberals teaching pre-socialism. Then you have groups like the ACLU and NAACP recruiting and training Leftist lawyers and promoting them as judges and justices.

For a generation, the Left has been packing the courts. But Donnie Two-Scoops and Cocaine Mitch enough of that shit, and they set out to repack the courts with conservatives who would not legislate from the bench. Judicial appointments alone have set back socialism’s plan for world domination by 20 years.

This asshat judge Honeyman isn’t even a real judge. He’s an administrative law judge – he works for Donald Trump. That brings me to the thing that ironically I find most frustrating about Trump – he doesn’t fire nearly enough people. Part of it isn’t Trump’s fault because federal workers have civil service protections AND union contracts that make it virtually impossible to fire anyone.

Anyhoo, I have an idea for BPE Trump: One judge a day. Replace one bad judge each day with one new judge.

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83 Responses to A New Judge A Day Keeps Socialism Away

  1. votermom says:

    Trash taking itself out!

    • swanspirit says:

      Lovely analogy. 😂😎

    • Constance says:

      I hear all kinds of Fed workers in the diplomatic offices are quitting and retiring early and that Trump isn’t replacing them. More trash taking itself out. One of the House impeachment witnesses whined that there hasn’t been a new head of department appointed for many, many months. Conservative commentators just smirked. Yeah honey, and there won’t be since Conservatives want to shrink government.

  2. DeniseVB says:

  3. DeniseVB says:

    I even knew this…..

    • Somebody says:

      There is no excuse for this kind of ignorance from Rubin. She’s not a reporter, she’s a political hack. She couldn’t at least do a quick Google check before she stuck her foot in her mouth, or does she think her blue check mark gives her the right to lie with impunity?

    • lateblum says:

      Jennifer Rubin is a hate-filled, delusional, TDS psycho. I say this as a clinician not a casual observer. She likes to,pass herself off as one thing (conservative) but is really something else (a swamp lover). She and the WaPo are welcome to and deserve one another.
      She criticizes Sekulow and Cippolone as if she knows what she’s t@king about. Yet she worships Schiff. Remember her tweet that she is “blessed” to have been alive to hear him. I guess lies are like mother’s milk to her.

    • lyn says:

      Reginald P. Smythington-Bear: DEBOOSTED/Shadowban @PSmythington

      If anyone out there truly loved or cared for this poor, increasingly incoherent wretch, they would have forcibly wrestled the bottle away from her long before this

  4. taw46 says:

  5. votermom says:

    who does this?

  6. DeniseVB says:

    Jeebus Joe. D’ya think Hillary sees her opening? LOL.

  7. DeniseVB says:

    More Joe …..

  8. lateblum says:

    Some numbers from last night’s Trump rally:

  9. votermom says:

  10. Somebody says:

    These administrative judges have made some of the most odious decisions for decades and the decisions rarely seem to be challenged. It is my understanding the whole anchor baby scheme is based on an opinion by an administrative judge back in the 80’s. I’ve read tons of articles and they all point back to an administrative judge’s decision. For some reason anchor babies haven’t been challenged, when DJT was running he insinuated he would challenge it. Jeff Sessions also insinuated a challenge, hasn’t happened. I presume they don’t trust Roberts.

    Another area where administrative judges have had a far reaching impact is in the environmental area. I’ve read through the years judge XX an administrative judge for XX ruled thus and so. In a pipeline or in regard to some insect species.

    I know these are federal judges, but what makes them “administrative” vs just another federal judge? I presume like any other ruling their decisions are appealable

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      They are administrative because they work for the administration rather than the court system.

    • Constance says:

      I don’t trust Roberts. I think that Epstein ran an FBI/CIA operation to get incriminating evidence on powerful men and then blackmail and control them. So I think the Deep State is blackmailing Roberts into being their man. Trump really needs to figure out what the blackmail info is and release it to the world so he Roberts is no longer capable of being manipulated.

  11. Dora says:

    Good Grief! What is happening to my state?

    ===

    Can’t Make This Up… New York State Is Now Mandating “Stargazing Permits” For Looking At The Sky

    Imagine this: You’re out with your family in one of the parks in New York state where you can actually see the stars when it gets dark. You look up in the sky, see a constellation, and you point upwards to show your kids. Along comes a park ranger demanding to see your Stargazing Permit, and issues you a citation because you didn’t know you needed such a permit.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/01/cant-make-this-up-new-york-state-is-now-mandating-stargazing-permits-for-looking-at-the-sky/

    • Constance says:

      Well parks are obviously for addicts and gangs so we the people who pay for parks with our tax money naturally need a permit to go there.

  12. votermom says:

    things that make you go hmmm

  13. foxyladi14 says:

    Could be? 😀

  14. Dora says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Funnily I still think Bernie is their strongest candidate. Then again, he’s not really their candidate is he. 🙂 Biden is already dead in the water. Hillary would be really fun and interesting.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        All Trump would have to do is tweet that he’s glad Hillary isn’t running because “I don’t think I could beat her twice.” She would be the frontrunner by 5 pm.

    • taw46 says:

      The article says Barack is also well represented on the committee. Paving the way for the Dems to fight over who they will name as their candidate at the convention, Hillary or Michelle. Could be interesting.

    • Mothy67 says:

      Gross Barney Frank.

  15. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • taw46 says:

      Some of those judges you wrote about who need replacing.

      “It is very clear the U.S. Supreme Court is fed up with these national injunctions by judges who are trying to impose their policy preferences instead of enforcing the law,” Cuccinelli said at a media briefing.”

  16. Myiq2xu™ says:

  17. Myiq2xu™ says:

    You are on a jury. It is a capital murder trial. The punishment for the accused, if found guilty, is the death penalty. But you are not a softie. If the guy committed the murder with premeditation, you not only will vote “guilty” but even will volunteer afterwards to pull the switch yourself. Here is the government’s case:

    Jones was given $100,000 in unmarked bills by his dying mother.
    He was told by his dying mother to give that money, her life’s savings, to Smith because Smith had been the one to care for her all the past years.
    Jones knew for a fact that Smith never had cared for the dying mother. Rather, Smith once tried to sell her a vacuum cleaner 10 years earlier. And she did not buy it.
    Jones decided not to hand the cash over to Smith. Instead, Jones told his closest friend, Adams, that he instead would kill Smith and keep the cash.
    Jones went out to buy a gun to kill Smith.
    He applied for the firearm and bought it.
    Jones then went to Smith, gun tucked in his belt under his shirt on the right side.
    Jones rang the doorbell, and Smith answered the door.
    Jones reached under his shirt, grabbed at his belt, and pulled a moneybag he had secured there on the left side.
    In the moneybag was $100,000 in unmarked bills given to him by his dying mother.
    Jones gave the $100,000 cash to Smith.
    Adams called the police and told them what Jones had told him he was going to do with Smith and the cash.
    The police arrested Jones and charged him with murder and grand larceny.
    Smith told anyone who asked him about it that he had no idea Jones contemplated killing him.
    Smith told anyone who asked about it that he had received the $100,000 from a smiling Jones, that Jones later took him out to a very fancy and expensive dinner, and that Jones sends him a Christmas card every year.
    Adams wrote a book about what Jones told him he was going to do.
    In their closing argument, the prosecution read Adams’s book to the jury on which you sit.
    You are the jury: Death penalty? Guilty? Of what?

  18. votermom says:

    klown, your tweet/post of the other day got frontpaged on ace.mu.nu

  19. Mothy67 says:

    Read a few tweets which blamed Trump for the massive death toll that happened because he didn’t handle the coronary properly before it happened. I seem to recall the same people wanting to import Ebola patients. The left is always consistent in its inconsistencies.

  20. Angie says:

    Known, your tweet got linked on Ace of Spades! You big time now

  21. taw46 says:

    Bolton in August 2019, after the phone call.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Was he lying then or is he lying now?

    • swanspirit says:

      I was just going to post this! He doesn’t seen to have any concerns about the President’s conversation, then, does he? And he especially addressed the issue of Ukraine having a corruption free government.
      Bye Felicia, go peddle your book somewhere else.

    • taw46 says:

      Here we go again, another Dem. “Bolton suggested to me” “Bolton implied”. It will NEVER EVER stop with the Dems. If the Rs agree to witnesses, they will be sitting in those chairs until the election. Because every week there will be something else.

    • lateblum says:

      What’s in it for him? Is it a way to be “relevant” or is it book sales and money or what??? This guy has been disliked ——> loathed for as long as I’ve known his name. If not by one side then by the other.

  22. Dora says:

  23. Dora says:

    Through the years I’ve taken many pictures of this sculpture. It’s one of my favorites. 🙂

  24. taw46 says:

    FFS, the Dems brought Lev Parnas. He just said Congress needed to hear testimony from him. He got the tickets from Schumer. He won’t be allowed in because he is wearing an electronic device.

  25. DeniseVB says:

    New post up 🙂

  26. foxyladi14 says:

    “Senator Hawley Releases Trial Questions He Plans To Ask About Bidens, Whistleblower, Schiff”

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/senator-hawley-releases-trial-questions-he-plans-to-ask-about-bidens-whistleblower-schiff

  27. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I tried to watch the Q&A but I had to turn it off when Hakeem Jeffries was lying like a Persian rug.

    Schiff-Head has answers ready for every question. That’s because the answers don’t have anything to do with the questions.

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