Fed Judge tells Obama/Soetoro his amnesty is unconstitutional
December 16, 2014
In a rarer than a baseball perfect game moment, a judge on the bench, in a rare moment of clarity told the Obama regime its actions on immigration amnesty are unconstitutional.
In an opinion filed Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge Arthur Schwab, in Pennsylvania, said Obama’s immigration actions are invalid and effectively count as “legislation” from the Executive Branch.
“President Obama’s unilateral legislative action violates the separation of powers provided for in the United States Constitution as well as the Take Care Clause, and therefore, is unconstitutional,” the judge wrote.
As expected, aside from the fake left Obama media not reporting on this The Justice Department downplayed the opinion, throwing what amounts to in this estimation a globalist hissy fit
“The decision is unfounded and the court had no basis to issue such an order,” a DOJ spokesperson said in a statement. “No party in the case challenged the constitutionality of the immigration-related executive actions and the department’s filing made it clear that the executive actions did not apply to the criminal matter before the court. Moreover, the court’s analysis of the legality of the executive actions is flatly wrong. We will respond to the court’s decision at the appropriate time.”
The decision from Schwab is from interestingly enough a George W. Bush appointee.