The Supreme Court is going to play a major role in deciding the fate of Donald Trump’s Presidency.
Democrats are using the courts to try and override the results of the 2016 elections.
And in response, William Barr asked Brett Kavanaugh to do one thing that will leave you speechless.
Donald Trump won the 2016 election in large part due to his strong stance on building a border wall and cracking down on illegal immigration.
Democrats and open borders activists know Donald Trump’s re-election bid hinges on the President’s ability to deliver on his campaign promises.
That’s why they’ve sued in carefully selected jurisdictions every time President Trump sought to enact immigration policies that put America first.
This sabotage campaign came to a head with a left-wing legal challenge to the Trump administration’s 2017 decision to end Barack Obama’s illegal DACA amnesty program.
But in the case of making their argument as to why the Court should uphold the President’s decision to cancel Barack Obama’s lawless amnesty program, William Barr and the Department of Justice asked the Supreme Court to weigh in on the President’s overall ability to grant green cards to foreigners based on class designations.
The Department of Justice argued:
“Section 1324a may have ratified extending work authorization to aliens who received deferred action on an individualized basis or pursuant to interstitial class-based deferred-action policies…
… But it cannot reasonably be interpreted to have ‘br[ought] about [the] enormous and transformative expansion’ in the Secretary’s authority that would be required to support conferring work authorization in conjunction with a deferred-action policy like DACA.”
Lawyer John Miano told Breitbart news the Trump administration asked for a groundbreaking ruling that would end a President’s ability to dish out green cards to up to one million foreign workers that depress the wages of Americans.
“If the [judges] make a decision, it would have a huge impact,” said John Miano, a lawyer who is seeking to end two of the many work-permit programs. Prior presidents created the two programs, which allow U.S. companies and Indian managers in the United States to annually hire roughly 150,000 Indians for technology jobs sought by American graduates.
The Justice Department’s request puts Brett Kavanaugh and the rest of the Supreme Court justices in a position to not only deliver the President a sweeping victory on a signature campaign promise, but to also codify one of the most significant rollbacks of the un-American open borders agenda.
This case could prove to be the most consequential decision the Supreme Court hands down in 2020.
If President Trump prevails, it will automatically frame the election as a referendum on the proper approach to solve the illegal immigration crisis.
But it will also allow the President to argue that the voters must also decide if they want a legal immigration system that favors foreigners or one that benefits American workers.
President Trump will surely make the case to voters that reducing the number of green cards doled out to foreign workers will boost the take-home pay of Americans.
The President will compare that approach to the pro-open borders and mass migration approach the Democrat nominee will surely adopt, and ask the voters to render a decision.
Conservative Revival will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.