President Donald Trump’s travel ban sent a ripple effect throughout the world. The majority of Americans supported it, though.Also, Trump was well within his right to do such a thing.
However, liberal activist judges took it upon themselves to stop the ban because they disagreed with it personally. That was wrong.
Now, Texas has sent these judges a warning, per ACH:
A three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit last week refused to block a lower-court decision that suspended the ban. The judges rejected the Trump administration’s claim of presidential authority and questioned its motives. The decision came in a lawsuit brought by the states of Washington and Minnesota, which said the ban unconstitutionally blocked entry on the basis of religion and harmed their residents, universities and sales tax revenue. Eighteen other states, including California and New York, supported the challenge.
More: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed documents asking the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider its decision not to immediately reinstate the ban. “Every state has a substantial interest in the health and welfare of their citizens, but the states must rely on the federal executive to determine when the entry of aliens should be suspended for public-safety reasons,” Paxton wrote.
Thank you, Texas!