Will SCOTUS Rule on Immigration Patriotism? | VDARE Video Bulletin
May 09, 2022, 07:52 PM
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The U.S. Supreme Court will make history this summer if it overturns the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that imposed unrestricted abortion nation-wide.

But this might not be the only historic decision the court makes in the near future.

Thanks to the emergent American Kritarchy, or rule by appointed Judges, Federal judges have seized control of immigration policy, a fact even the mainstream media admits.

Donald Trump’s appointees could either deliver decisions that put America and the Historic American Nation First—or capitulate to communist threats and intimidation.

The most immediate immigration case SCOTUS is considering: the challenge to “Remain in Mexico,” which Trump established to make “asylum” seekers wait outside the country while their applications are processed.

It’s a proven deterrent to illegal immigration and keeps dubious asylum seekers—90 percent of them—out of America

A Trump-appointed judge overruled Biden’s attempt to scrap it last year, and this was upheld by three Republican-appointed judges on the Fifth Circuit. As it will in Roe, SCOTUS is expected to rule on Remain in Mexico this summer

SCOTUS might also hear a case involving Title 42 public-health expulsions. The implementation of that law, imposed by President Trump during the China Virus panic to keep carriers out of the country, is making its way through the lower courts. Last month, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Summerhays, a Trump appointee, halted the Biden Regime’s plan to scrap it, leaving it open to further legal challenges.

In light of the expected Roe v. Wade decision, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wants to challenge the ruling in Plyler v. Doe, which requires public education for illegal-alien minors.

Washington Watcher II writes

Kritarchy is real, and that’s why the opinions of nine judges matter so much to America’s future.

Read the full story by Washington Watcher II here.

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