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Friday, March 10, 2017

Trump speeds deportations

BuzzFeed reported last month:
Immigration Court Backlog Could Pose Problems For Trump’s Enforcement Plans
Here Trump comes to save the day!


From Fox News:
The Justice Department is reportedly sending 50 judges to immigration detention centers across the U.S. to hear more cases and cut down on the massive backlog of immigration cases.
Court will be in session from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., two sources told Reuters.
Judges will be asked to volunteer for one or two month deployments at detention centers. If the amount of volunteers is inadequate, the department would assign judges, Reuters reported.
Immigration courts have a backlog of more than 550,000 cases, according to the Justice Department.
The judges will be sent to detention centers in Adelanto, Calf., San Diego and Chicago, Reuters reported, citing a letter from the DOJ to judges.
BBC updated the Fox report:
Mr Trump's executive order directed the secretary for homeland security to expand capacity and end the policy known as "catch and release", whereby immigrants held after crossing the border illegally are freed pending court hearings.
Now the Department of Justice has confirmed that a letter was sent requesting the deployment of extra judges. They will work from detention centres to speed up the process of determining whether asylum is granted or deportation orders should be issued.
That is how a businessman does things.

A career politician thinks in terms of a 9-to-5, five-day week with 18 paid holidays a year.

President Trump has been to McDonald's. It opens before 9, closes after 5, and is open seven days a week taking only Thanksgiving and Christmas off. Some are open 24 hours a day.

Tudor's in Nitro is. (Gotta plug my main source of cholesterol.)

Under President Trump, the immigration deportation courts will be open 16 hours a day -- twice as long for the convenience of 550,000 people awaiting their fate.

Justice delayed is justice denied.

Unlike Obama, President Trump is on the side of justice because not all of those 550,000 people will be deported. They will get their chance in court to make a case to stay. The only thing new is they will get their chance to make their case sooner.

That's justice.

Yep, President Trump stands for truth, justice, and the American way.



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13 comments:

  1. May I ask just one thing of President Donald 'Thermic Lance' Trump?

    Can just one of the immigration night courts have a bailiff who's a Bull Shannon lookalike?

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  2. I love it when a plan comes together.

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  3. Tons of unemployed lawyers out there with massive student loans they can't pay. Maybe "deputizing" them as immigration judges for good salary, but not over-inflated judge and law professor salary, would do the economy good in the long run.

    Those newly minted immigration judges would know that they can't get away with gumming up the system with bleeding heart nonsense or be fired by Trump. And we'd have to pay less in law enforcement and welfare benefits, and have less costs to victims of illegals that you can't put a price tag on, in the long run.

    A win-win for everybody!!!

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    1. Unemployed lawyers probably lean way left ("there but for the grace of God go I"). Bleeding heart lawyers acting as immigration judges would probably let every applicant stay in the country regardless of their criminal records. This is a job for a practicing no-nonsense attorney who has seen his share of all the shady two-legged lowlifes that end up in court for their umpteenth time but get only a wrist-slap for their crimes.

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  4. I hope these judges have well-defined guidelines of what is required to grant asylum. - Elric

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  5. Mister Trouble never hangs around
    When he hears this Mighty sound:

    "Here I come to save the day!"

    That means that Mighty Trump is on the way!

    Yes sir, when there is a wrong to right
    Mighty Trump will join the fight
    On the sea or on the land
    He gets the situation well in hand

    So though we are in danger
    We never despair
    'Cause we know that where there's danger
    He is there!
    He is there! On the land! On the sea! In the air!

    We're not worryin' at all
    We're just listenin' for his call:

    "Here I come to save the day!"

    That means that Mighty Trump is on the way!

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  6. Ha, I was singing that in my head!

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  7. After a few 18 hour days even the most "compassionate" judge will be slamming the gavel down in about 3 minutes saying "Deport!Next case!"

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  8. Whereas, Eric Holder sent 40 DOJ lawyers to Ferguson in search of racial discrimination. Thank you Mr. Trump.

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  9. All illegals needs to be removed. Immigration itself needs to be put on hold.

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