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Friday, February 24, 2017

Trump administration to bypass courts

Now that multiple US courts have revealed themselves to be less interested in the law than testing their powers against the executive branch, the God-Emperor is simply routing around them:
ON TUESDAY, THE Department of Homeland Security released a pair of memos laying out how the agency intends to implement President Donald Trump’s executive orders on domestic immigration enforcement. In addition to calling for a massive increase in the number of immigration agents and the deputizing of local and state law enforcement across the country — described in the documents as a “force multiplier”— the memos dramatically expand the range of people who can be deported without seeing a judge.

“I see now what the plan is,” Greg Siskind, a Tennessee-based immigration attorney and member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association board of governors, told The Intercept. “Their plan is basically to have everybody thrown out of the country without ever going to court.” Additional immigration attorneys and legal experts who spoke to The Intercept shared Siskind’s concerns, describing various elements of the DHS directives and the executive orders they reflect as “horrifying,” “stunning,” and “inhumane.”

“This is the broadest, most widespread change I have seen in doing this work for more than two decades,” Lee Gelernt, a veteran immigration attorney and deputy director of the ACLU’s national Immigrants’ Rights Project, told The Intercept. “After 9/11 we saw some extreme policies, but they were largely confined to particular areas around the relationship between immigration and national security. Here what we’re seeing are those types of policies but also much broader policies just dealing with immigration generally.”

“I expected bad based on Donald Trump’s campaign rhetoric,” added David Leopold, a Cleveland-based immigration attorney and past president of AILA. “Then when I read the executive order, I expected really bad … but I’m absolutely shocked at the mean-spiritedness of this.”
We'll see how it works out in practice, but if the plan has these anti-American lawyers this upset, it looks to be a pretty good start. The pre-1965 demographic balance isn't going to be restored overnight, and 80 million foreign residents aren't going to be repatriated by the end of this year, but the journey of a thousand leagues begins with a single step.

Let the Soros-funded lawyers file their complaints with the amenable courts after Pedro and Wang-Meng are returned home to Guatemala and Vietnam. We'll see how long their altruism lasts when there are real costs of time, money, and opportunity associated with it. It appears that portrait of Andrew Jackson hung in the White House after the inauguration was exactly what we suspected; it was provided as fair warning.

Of course, this plan isn't mean-spirited at all. This is kindness. Mean-spirited is what is going to come if these necessary efforts to make the USA American again are somehow stymied. And it will only get worse, considerably worse, from there. Because the God-Emperor is not going to let America or Western civilization die under the feet of tens of millions of unnecessary and unwanted invaders.

It's time to go home.

“America is not only for the whites, but it is for all. Who is the American? The American is you, me and that. When we go to America we will become Americans and there is no a race or nationalism called America and the Americans are those Africans, Indians, Chinese, and Europeans and whoever goes to America will become American…American is for all of us and the whole world had made and created America. All the people all over the world had made America and it shall accordingly be for all of us. I will never feel ashamed when I claim for my right in America and it will not be strange when I raise my voice in America.”
– Col. Moammar Gadhafi, 12 January 2005

Obviously Moammar was an American born in Libya, more American than any descendant of the Pilgrims who doesn't believe that America is a Judeo-Christian Proposition Melting Pot of Immigrants.

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Blogger Bob Loblaw February 24, 2017 4:24 AM  

Then when I read the executive order, I expected really bad … but I’m absolutely shocked at the mean-spiritedness of this.

Eh... when did following the law become shocking mean-spiritedness?

Blogger MagisterGreen February 24, 2017 4:38 AM  

As excited as I am to read the headlines these days, this has to be the best news I've read in a while. Using the "full force of the law" against lawbreakers? Yes, please.

Blogger Matt February 24, 2017 4:39 AM  

They could have done it the polite, easy way, and saved face. But they had to double down and expose themselves.

Anonymous michael February 24, 2017 4:55 AM  

These attorneys are so fucking self absorbed. Their first reaction is how this relates to their personal experience or expectations, not the only thing that they should focus on, that being the written law.

Blogger intuitivereason February 24, 2017 5:04 AM  

Replicating what we did inAustralia. Good work that.

Blogger Pteronarcyd February 24, 2017 5:10 AM  

If we have the option of deporting illegals without giving them a hearing (which makes sense, because our laws apply to we the people and those we invite to come in legally), why the hell have we been wasting time and money on giving them court hearings for up to now?

If illegals have no right to court hearings because they are not here under the jurisdiction of the US, then presumably the spawn of invaders have no right to claim citizenship.

Blogger Ingot9455 February 24, 2017 5:10 AM  

The bit about using local law enforcement is awesome. Currently, only a'specially trained by ICE' local policeman can make an immigration arrest but the law allows the President to remove that restriction. Now police will be able to arrest any wetback they see/add the immigration charge to every arrest.

If they want to live in the shadows, they better stay in the dark.

Blogger Stilicho February 24, 2017 5:16 AM  

They have to go back

Blogger Matt February 24, 2017 5:16 AM  

@Pteronarcyd

Gov loves to waste money. Audit revealed they gave over a billion in SS payouts to people with no SS#s.

Blogger Keyser Soze February 24, 2017 5:17 AM  

"force multiplier"— Gotta like that! Expanding the enforcement team not only increases deportations, but requires all team members to adhere to policy. Local PD's can't choose their own immigration stance.....

The game is still early, the opposition has not yet organized and made a plan. That day is coming and we must all stand firm and sign the God-Emperor's song....and get ready for the push back.

Anonymous WeAreTheWest February 24, 2017 5:18 AM  

Conservatives will skweeeee.

Anonymous Steve February 24, 2017 5:23 AM  

legal experts who spoke to The Intercept shared Siskind’s concerns, describing various elements of the DHS directives and the executive orders they reflect as “horrifying,” “stunning,” and “inhumane.”

Translation: HOW ARE WE SUPPOSED TO MAKE A MOCKERY OF IMMIGRATION LAWS AND LINE OUR POCKETS BY STRINGING OUT FRIVOLOUS COURT CASES FOR YEARS AT YOUR EXPENSE IF OUR CLIENTS ARE EXPEDITIOUSLY SENT BACK TO THEIR OWN COUNTRIES, BIGOTS?

I'm hoping the God-Emperor goes after the "Christian charities" "refugees" racket next. There's a lot of people who need to be in jail.

Anonymous Discard February 24, 2017 5:27 AM  

(((Siskind))), (((Gelernt))), and (((Leopold))) think this is a bad thing. Couldn't they find an American to quote?

Anonymous Eric the Red February 24, 2017 5:32 AM  

I don't see how this changes the dynamic. The left is still going to interfere using the courts. They can always find some black-robed petty dictator to do an interpretive dance on the law. If so, then it comes down to whether individual agencies decide to adhere to the EO, or instead to some court decree.

Trump's DOJ must go after each leftist judge attempting to make a ruling, and charge them with malfeasance in office. He must tie them up in legal knots so that all of their rulings are essentially on hold, or null and void. That also serves as warning to any other judge attempting the same. Ultimately that is the way to cut through this Gordian Knot.

Blogger Mandos February 24, 2017 5:33 AM  

The real question is why would these things have to go to a court in the first place. This "back to basics" approach looks like a healthy reminder that as an illegal, it is already determined that you should not be here by definition, so the rest is basically a matter of how, not if.

Marxism literally sends its cultists straight to fantasyland. It's like when Mexico boldly states that it is not taking its illegals back, as if it ever was in question for Mexican passport holders expelled from the United States to be sent elsewhere. Just close your eyes gringo, they'll be invisible.

Blogger kh123 February 24, 2017 5:38 AM  

"We'll see how long their altruism lasts when there are real costs of time, money, and opportunity associated with it."

On a smaller and simpler scale, the Crowder bit where he prank called churches, charities, whatever org advertised helping refugees immigrate and resettle. Not surprising, but was at least good to see those on the line squirm or go into full Pavlovian corporate mode whenever he'd pin them with how many they personally could take; would they like Afghani or Syrian; how large was their office space, etc. The only thing missing was a cameo by Judeo-Christ.

Blogger Lovekraft February 24, 2017 5:41 AM  

And another example of the arrogance of the left is little to no respect for why Trump would want to implement these policies.

Blogger kh123 February 24, 2017 5:42 AM  

@13 " Couldn't they find an American to quote? "

Other than Central Committee meetings, Bolsheviks found plenty of Christian Slavs when the time was right. 5 Year Plan, in 4 Years!

Anonymous Discard February 24, 2017 5:52 AM  

My guess is that some local and state agencies will choose to follow the President and the law instead of obeying the courts. No doubt many have been waiting for the opportunity for years. Nobody likes having their town fill up with foreigners, and now the people are being offered a way to defend themselves. And the lucky folks who live in sanctuaries will be getting even more of that diversity they pretend to love, as the Wetbacks flee to their protection.

Blogger Sillon Bono February 24, 2017 6:00 AM  

One of the reasons as to why many people in USA and Europe do not seem to be concerned with the invasion is the feeling that no one in gov have your back, if gov officials enforce the law plenty of people who have remained silent will voice their agreement with God-Emperor's policies.

So far voicing that you want the country to comply with the law regarding immigrants, or any other "totalitarian" idea like immigrants being held to the same standards as native whitey was met with making you a social outcast and the feeling that gov officials were part of the lynching mob enjoying themselves.

Anonymous Rocklea February 24, 2017 6:15 AM  

In the linked article, they explain that the only way for the Illegal to get in front of a judge will be to claim asylum. So it depends on who is doing the assessment as to whether or not an Illegals circumstances merit asylum, and then it goes before a judge, after lengthy detention.

There will be hundreds doing these assessments, the ones that are letting to many through can be 'reassigned' to a place where they can do less damage. The efficient ones can have their workload increased to make up the shortfall. Things are going very nicely.

Anonymous Überdeplorable Psychedelic Cat Hair February 24, 2017 6:21 AM  

The idea of "criminal illegal alien" always ticked me off. Entering this country illegally is a FEDERAL MISDEMEANOR!!!!!! I'd imagine over staying your visa is well.

If you work, you need an SSN or ITPN. If you have the former, and you're here illegally, there's a good chance it's fraudulent, a federal felony.

I'm 30, born in '86. Immigration law has not been enforced as long as I've been alive. We need to deport all illegals, end chain migration, and put a 61 year moratorium on immigration or this country isn't going to exist. Like the Church pre-Vatican II, I get more and more angry learning about my culture robbed from me as an American. VanishingAmerican, before she rebooted her blog, had some good posts on what has been lost over the years.

When interning at one of our embassies, I remember a vice consul telling me everyone that applies for a non-immigrant visa from Mexico needs a waiver due to previous illegality. Let's start looking after our own again.

Anonymous A Texan February 24, 2017 6:24 AM  

I had a friend's friend who was working as a lawyer with the federal immigration in the South east US. Obama really screwed things up with his EO's and is one of the reasons we have all these invaders causing problems.

Now if Trump fixes this one, its a win also for Americans:
http://wolfstreet.com/2017/02/06/corporate-america-opposes-trump-h-1b-visa-reform/

Anonymous Rocklea February 24, 2017 6:25 AM  

"Then when I read the executive order, I expected really bad … but I’m absolutely shocked at the mean-spiritedness of this."

I believe the catholic church still does exorcisms, maybe someone should let him know. They might give a two for one special.

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable February 24, 2017 6:29 AM  

That Gadhafi quote is spectacular stuff. Can't believe I've never seen it before.

Blogger Cail Corishev February 24, 2017 6:33 AM  

This is the logical response to their judicial activism over a handful of fake refugees. If they say the executive branch can't discriminate and try to evict "bad" immigrants while keeping the "good" ones, then the only choice is to evict them all indiscriminately and let them hash it out at the embassy in their home nation. Let the do-gooders and ambulance-chasers go live in places like Syria if they want to make a living from representing them.

Anonymous basementhomebrewer February 24, 2017 6:36 AM  

They have to go back.

Expect an injunction from some judge in the west coast states. Trump needs to come up with how to hold the judges personally accountable for their actions.

I also think it is time that Trump tells Sessions to investigate the Clinton foundation as well as the Obama administration's numerous abuses of power. Right now Obama and Clinton are using their resources to cause headaches for Trump. If all the sudden they have to use their resources to try and fight criminal cases against themselves it will give Trump room to do what needs to be done policy wise.

Blogger dc.sunsets February 24, 2017 6:42 AM  

Next, Trump should introduce the Making American Immigration Law Like Mexican Immigration Law Act, which would make illegal entry a FELONY and eliminate "birthright citizenship."

Blogger W.LindsayWheeler February 24, 2017 6:43 AM  

Immigration of non-Western Europeans is dangerous. Aristotle noted that many cities were disrupted by the violence of migrants who clashed with the original owners. Be aware that many of the Communists are using the word "Welcome" to mask a very deadly program of race displacement! Race is the backbone of culture---change out the race---one changes out the culture. A fish out of water (it's culture) dies. Western man outside his culture, dies. We must deport all.

Anonymous Rocklea February 24, 2017 6:55 AM  

basementhomebrewer said:
"I also think it is time that Trump tells Sessions to investigate the Clinton foundation as well"

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/02/23/politics/steve-bannon-world-view/

Bannon is excellent and says Trump wants to implement ALL his campaign promises. CNN's article...

I love CNN(Comedy News Network)
They're so funny!

Blogger Joshua_D February 24, 2017 6:55 AM  

"America is not only for the whites, but it is for all."

Yeah ... we'll see about that.

Anonymous the management February 24, 2017 7:01 AM  

Eric the Red wrote:I don't see how this changes the dynamic. The left is still going to interfere using the courts. They can always find some black-robed petty dictator to do an interpretive dance on the law. If so, then it comes down to whether individual agencies decide to adhere to the EO, or instead to some court decree.

Trump's DOJ must go after each leftist judge attempting to make a ruling, and charge them with malfeasance in office. He must tie them up in legal knots so that all of their rulings are essentially on hold, or null and void. That also serves as warning to any other judge attempting the same. Ultimately that is the way to cut through this Gordian Knot.


This is why the courts need to be bypassed - not argued with.

It's merely an act of political will. If the Trump administration by force of will and persuasion can convince the executive agency front line troops (Border Patrol, police, ICE, etc.)to ignore the courts on this issue WHERE THE COURTS HAVE NO ACTUAL AUTHORITY, it's all over. Then the anti-American lawyers can file brilliant legal briefs and make endless Talmudic debate with the anti-American judges in empty courtrooms.

Blogger Doug Cranmer February 24, 2017 7:09 AM  

Because for them it's all about how it makes you feel. They're like women.

Blogger American Spartan February 24, 2017 7:15 AM  

“Their plan is basically to have everybody thrown out of the country without ever going to court.”

They say that like its a bad thing, I guess it is (for them!).

Vox thank you for the Moammar Gadhafi quote, it really does use the "propositional nation" for what it is, a cruel, sick, suicidal idea that grants access and arms to the groups who will if allowed destroy everything we are have, and will be.

Thank you for you work Vox, I mean that with every fiber of my being.

PS do more vids with Stefan.

Blogger Lazarus February 24, 2017 7:21 AM  

5343 Kinds of Deplorable wrote:That Gadhafi quote is spectacular stuff. Can't believe I've never seen it before.

If he had acted on his own advice he would not have ended up being buggered to death. This highlights the importance of Practice to Theory.

Blogger wreckage February 24, 2017 7:21 AM  

The cost of immigration, the interviewee is a Kurd so obviously if you disagree with him you are a bigot:
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/sweden-brink-interview-dr-tino-sanandaji-erico-matias-tavares

Blogger SouthRon February 24, 2017 7:27 AM  

From the link the other opposition quotes are from John Sandweg who headed ICE for all of 4 months and is known for defending convicted pesos and (((Margo Schlanger))) formerly of head of homeland security's formerly civil rights and civil liberties division.

Since ICE will need extra detention facilities, they can take them from FEMA, permanantly. That should give the very fake news apoplexy screaming about Japanese Internment.

Blogger SouthRon February 24, 2017 7:31 AM  

Autocorrect keeps replacing pedos with pesos. Must be those fine Mexican sex offenders.

I'm struck by how many of the opposition quotes come from the enemy within the Federal Government.

Anonymous Sub February 24, 2017 7:31 AM  

Clearly we must do what the world did after it recognized the horror of the Holocaust: come together in support of the founding of a Mexican homeland. A place where Mexicans can live free of the threat of deportation. A Mexican state, if you will, located in the ancestral homeland of the Mexican people.

-Stolen from Sailer's comments-

Blogger Abyssus Invocat February 24, 2017 7:44 AM  

And one hopes the "full force of the law" will also come down upon those employ invaders, those who help get them false identity documents and those who help them escape enforcement. Exactly as the full force of the law would come down on me if I even gave a federal agent the wrong time of day.

Blogger Nate February 24, 2017 7:45 AM  

We need some "You Have to Go Home Now" shirts from Crypto.

Anonymous Eric the Red February 24, 2017 7:47 AM  

Ha! I can see it now. Soon this will become the equivalent of the Protestant Reformation and its schism from the Holy Roman Catholic Church. But instead of whether there should be an black-robed priest as intercessor between you and God, now it will be about the need for a black-robed judge as intercessor between you and the Constitution.

Each individual and organization can now start to determine if they should follow some petty dictator who is distorting the law to arrive at a predetermined conclusion, or instead if they should directly understand the clear meaning of the Constitution themselves.

All Trump has to do is nail his 95 Theses to the Wall.

Blogger Abyssus Invocat February 24, 2017 7:48 AM  

I wish I'd thought of that. I am so stealing that. Sorry, Sailer.

Blogger Salt February 24, 2017 7:50 AM  

deputizing of local and state law enforcement across the country

Trump tried to play nice. Do it the right way through the system and the system failed. So now it's a lawful end run and increased federal reach and the liberals shall point and screech dictator. All liberals should be deported to California.

Blogger Silly But True February 24, 2017 7:51 AM  

I urge the leftists to get this Plan B order nullified.

Because I'd like to see Trump's Plan C.

Blogger Silly But True February 24, 2017 7:58 AM  

And for what it's worth, the Obama / Hillary / #Nevertrumpers got true American and patriot Muammar Ghaddafi literally ass raped to death with a rusty pipe.

That's what they had in store for all Americans the world over.

Blogger Resident Moron™ February 24, 2017 8:01 AM  

If these goobers hate it this much, I'm confident it's a good step in the right direction.

Anonymous BBGKB February 24, 2017 8:04 AM  

There is a case on it's way to the supreme court to determine if 3rd worlders with no voluntary ties to the US have full constitutional rights.

Vietnam. We'll see how long their altruism lasts when there are real costs of time, money, and opportunity associated with it.

What if "judges" just keep awarding money to "lawyers"?

Obviously Moammar was an American born in Libya,

Because his mommy was jewish he could have fled to Israel easier than Rabbi B.

We need some "You Have to Go Home Now" shirts from Crypto

Give me your Stupid, your Diseased, your muddled looters yearning for welfare & affirmative action so traitors can profit off wealth redistribution~ Emma Lazarus

Anonymous Avalanche February 24, 2017 8:06 AM  

@10 "The game is still early, the opposition has not yet organized and made a plan."

Please God, protect the God Emperor and his minions!!

Anonymous Avalanche February 24, 2017 8:09 AM  

@19 "Nobody likes having their town fill up with foreigners, and now the people are being offered a way to defend themselves."

Nobody likes having their town fill up with foreigners AND CRIME, and now the people are being offered a way to defend themselves.

OOPS, you left out a couple of words. FIFY.

Blogger Josh (the gayest thing here) February 24, 2017 8:27 AM  

Couldn't they find an American to quote?

That's why vox quoted ghdaffi

Blogger Mountain Man February 24, 2017 8:29 AM  

"Greg Siskind"

You sure thats not a typo? Shitskin seems more like it

Anonymous Avalanche February 24, 2017 8:34 AM  

"Mexican officials tell US: We don't agree"
(http://edition.cnn.com/2017/02/23/politics/tillerson-kelly-mexico-statements/index.html)

We don't care.


And look who cries out as they strike us!
http://edition.cnn.com/2017/02/23/opinions/trumps-problem-with-jews-levy/index.html

Blogger Mountain Man February 24, 2017 8:37 AM  

Meanwhile in Vermont the newly elected Republican governor is squandering his precious political capital undermining Trump.

https://vtdigger.org/2017/02/22/scott-touts-comforting-message-immigration-bill-send/

The infrastructure of the state is crumbling, taxes and regs are through the roof and this is what this ass-hat chooses to focus on. What a cuck

Blogger Orville February 24, 2017 8:42 AM  

We need some "You Have to Go Home Now" shirts from Crypto.

In Spanish on the front and English on the back.

Blogger Cail Corishev February 24, 2017 8:42 AM  

If the Trump administration by force of will and persuasion can convince the executive agency front line troops (Border Patrol, police, ICE, etc.)to ignore the courts on this issue WHERE THE COURTS HAVE NO ACTUAL AUTHORITY, it's all over.

Right. The courts don't have any flamethrowers. The only reason courts have been able to enforce their judicial activism is that the other two branches have gone along with it.

Blogger Orville February 24, 2017 8:50 AM  

Yep, as Bannon has said, deconstruction of the "administrative" section of government is high on the list. There was a reason GE was reaching out early to LE and Sherrif's organizations. Looks like he is attempting to devolve power down to the local level to carry out these actions. Sessions being favorable to privately funded prisons is probably another part of the overall resettlement plan.

Blogger Centurion Revolt February 24, 2017 8:52 AM  

Jews always subvert

Anonymous Reenay February 24, 2017 8:58 AM  

Serious question here: what's binding us to obey the courts? The Constitution? You mean that "living document" that the Obama administration and these very same judges trampled all over for the past 8 years?

Last I checked, Trump is the President, and the President is the commander-in-chief of the fucking US MILITARY. He has full right to declare these judges domestic terrorists performing acts of judicial terrorism (which is true) and have them shot down without trial. There's precedent for it. Not a judge in particular, but an US citizen, definitely. That would be the best hoisting of petards ever.

And the left can't do jack shit. Please, God, make it happen. Let it all burn.

Blogger dc.sunsets February 24, 2017 8:59 AM  

This change in tactics was predictable. It was well-understood that immigration courts could never handle a tiny fraction of the millions of deportation cases looming. The same holds true in Europe, where adjudication of "refugee status" is a bottleneck making even the first step to deportation into a STOP SIGN.

We are well on our way to a very autocratic USA. Sadly, this trend was already well-along under the last four clowns who were president, whose actions dug us all into a deep hole from which Judicial Relief was an inadequate fix.

The Left is correct: the future is one of less individual liberty. It was THEIR policies that baked this decline into the cake, and we should hang every authoritarian action around their necks like a gasoline-soaked tire.

Blogger 4499 February 24, 2017 9:00 AM  

"Attention Immigrants - Please ensure the door does not come into contact with you upon departure."

or maybe just

"Don't let the door. . ."

Anonymous Magus February 24, 2017 9:05 AM  

“This is the broadest, most widespread change I have seen in doing this work for more than two decades"


[ ] - Tired of Winning
[x] - Not Tired of Winning

Blogger pyrrhus February 24, 2017 9:13 AM  

Obama was deporting people at the border(which is within 100 miles of the actual border) without any legal process, so there is clearly no problem with that. All Trump may need to do is expand the definition of the border somewhat....

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2017 9:21 AM  

From the article:

> “Their plan is basically to have everybody thrown out of the country without ever going to court.”

Gee, you think? But they can fight the deportation, from wherever they're deported to. This is how it should be done. Deport first, legal action second. They're criminals, you don't let criminals roam free while their case is being heard.

> ...but I’m absolutely shocked at the mean-spiritedness of this.”

You don't like the law? Change the law.

> “A lot of this is designed to put up numbers — but in doing so, you diminish the impact on public safety.”

Yes, you do. But somehow I don't think the impact of illegal immigration on public safety is what you're claiming it is.

> “Being detained is hard for these people,” the official said. “They aren’t criminals.”

Yes, they are. What part of "illegal immigrant" is escaping them? They keep claiming these aren't criminals. We need to keep pointing out that they are.

Now to review the comments.
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Blogger seeingsights February 24, 2017 9:33 AM  

My sense is that on this issue Trump will make great progress. A couple of related points: getting rid of illegals will mean more jobs and higher wages for American citizens. Another point: if the demographics of the electorate change in our favor by just 5 percent, I think that would be enough to secure victory by the right of center candidate at the Presidential level barring some massive screwup (bad economy or unpopular war).

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2017 9:34 AM  

> ...why the hell have we been wasting time and money on giving them court hearings for up to now?

Because the previous administration didn't really want them deported. They vote for democrats.

> Next, Trump should introduce the Making American Immigration Law Like Mexican Immigration Law Act...

He'll have to get someone in Congress to to that, but I expect he can find someone who'll do so.

> The Left is correct: the future is one of less individual liberty.

Probably true. But if it's a safe and well paid future most people won't care.

Anonymous Andrew E. February 24, 2017 9:43 AM  

we should hang every authoritarian action around their necks like a gasoline-soaked tire.

I'm reminded of that great exchange from Dirty Harry:

Harry leaving office

Lieutenant: Harry, try not to shoot anyone this time.

Harry: I don't mind shooting, as long as the right people get shot.

Blogger dc.sunsets February 24, 2017 9:45 AM  

>> The Left is correct: the future is one of less individual liberty.

>Probably true. But if it's a safe and well paid future most people won't care.

Not true. They'll care. They'll (WE'LL!) applaud it.

A peaceful society enjoying large doses of individual liberty cannot exist without a homogeneous, largely "founding American" citizenry.

The society Americans (and the world) take for granted is not universal. It is available ONLY to a specific people. That's the "privilege" that most outrages the Cult of Holy Homogeneous Diversity.

But I preach to the choir.

Anonymous sysadmn February 24, 2017 10:00 AM  

For years, attorneys arguing Social Security Disability cases were limited by law to a fee of $500 or so. It limited the number of cases appealed. Perhaps it's time for a similar limit on immigration lawyers.

The first step however, if pruning the administrators and immigration judges who believe the goal is maximal inclusion, rather than maximal exclusion.

Blogger Josh (the gayest thing here) February 24, 2017 10:01 AM  

Last I checked, Trump is the President, and the President is the commander-in-chief of the fucking US MILITARY. He has full right to declare these judges domestic terrorists performing acts of judicial terrorism (which is true) and have them shot down without trial.

That's not the best idea

Anonymous fop February 24, 2017 10:13 AM  

That Qadaffi was a real patriot.

Anonymous Grayman February 24, 2017 10:14 AM  

While the shockingly novel concept of actually enforcing the law is a pleasant change we should not lose sight of where this all goes.
The marxist left is all in. This will devolve to open violence at some point in the evolution of this fundamental conflict that has arisen in the US as well as at the global level.
Right now the Spanish civil war is looking like a good template for what we may see develop in the US as the marxists and other leftist groups begin to cross the point of no return.

https://westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com/2017/02/12/repost-highly-recommended-on-the-spanish-civil-war/

Watch the videos, very educational. The left may be prophetic in that their actions may end up driving the right to true fascism simply to counter the lefts extreme position.
While I do not claim any special knowledge I would guess that at the rate things are developing it would probably be in the 4 - 8 year timeline before things really go HOT. I could see Trump winning a second term being the catalyst, as the left would realize that they are then capable of being critically wounded

Blogger Gaiseric February 24, 2017 10:17 AM  

@72: So, the Left is going to drive the right to true leftism in order to counter the left's position.

Yes, that's a very educational observation.

Anonymous Reenay February 24, 2017 10:25 AM  

@70 I'm not exactly advocating it, but I'm pointing out that Trump owns the executive branch of the government. That's the branch that's responsible for enforcing the law. In other words, Trump has the muscle. What do these judges have to back up their decisions with? Why must the executive branch do what the judicial branch tells them to?

When you destroy the rule of law, all there remains is natural law: law of the tooth and claw.

And we have the teeth and claws right now.

Anonymous Grayman February 24, 2017 10:27 AM  

@70 Josh

"no war is over until the enemy says it's over. We may think it over, we may declare it over, but in fact, the enemy gets a vote - Gen Mattis"

The enemy also often chooses the rules of engagement. While increasing authoritarianism is a dangerous trend the left has chosen the current rules of engagement and has essentially forced this approach.
Engaging the left by the terms they attempt to dictate, through bureaucratic byzantine swamps of emotional popular opinion, is an invitation to failure, there are fews paths left to those who would challenge the left at this stage and authoritarianism is one of the few paths open.
Unfortunately the authoritarian route, the one that is probably most likely to be successful is also going to accelerate conflict as the left behaves like a wounded animal in response.

Blogger Dirk Manly February 24, 2017 10:31 AM  

Jail the outlaw judges, or better yet, just kill them. Same goes for "family court" judges who use gratuitous "child support" payment orders to substitute for non-qualified whore-and-her-new-gigolo support.

Anonymous Grayman February 24, 2017 10:32 AM  

Facism as intiailly engaged in SPain was not leftist, it was an their attempt to conserve their culture. In modern times we may disagree with the "why" but their core motivations were a counter to the loose communist/anarchist/marxists coalition that called themselves the Republicans.

Blogger dc.sunsets February 24, 2017 10:33 AM  

@72 Grayman, My track record of timing has been abysmal; that said, I think History's predilection for rhyming increases the odds that the stock market will top late this summer, a year after bonds topped and just like stocks bottomed a year after bonds did so in 1981.

My guess is that the ensuing initial bear market should run 3 or 4 years, with an interim bottom in 2020-2021. Social violence of great significance is more likely to occur after that decline has run a ways, pushing real trouble into 2019 to shortly after whatever capitulation low occurs later (2021/2022?)

It took the USA (and Western Civ as a whole) centuries to get this deep in a hole; climbing out (a process of changing profound beliefs) will not be done in a few years, so I anticipate that the "troubles" coming in a few years will be but a warm-up for real strife that takes time to foment.

Americans won't go from complacent to civil war in short, easy steps. Civil unrest is not warfare, although it seems likely to contribute to changing attitudes that coalesce later into warfare.

When this fantasy of Unlimited Resources and "issuing debt equals creating wealth" ends, the first stage of trend change will be mostly financial (catastrophe.) But declines tend to play out in a down-upwardcorrection-down format, and it is the 2nd decline that sets of massive warfare, mass murder, pogroms and democide. That 2nd decline is in all likelihood decades away, if any of this forecast comes to pass.

Such conjecture plus $1 gets you a cup of McD's coffee.

Anonymous Grayman February 24, 2017 10:34 AM  

77 is meant in response to Gaiseric @ 73

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Blogger Subversive Saint February 24, 2017 10:37 AM  

T-Shirt needs to say "You been here 4 decades... You go home now". Print in 140 languages spoken in Georgia middle schools.

Anonymous kfg February 24, 2017 10:43 AM  

America - Not an all you can eat buffet.

Anonymous Avalanche February 24, 2017 10:43 AM  

@21 "the only way for the Illegal to get in front of a judge will be to claim asylum"

I'd love to see this tied to the Aussie model: NO third worlder has ANY "right" to asylum in a First World country! If someone is (legitimately) fleeing the gangs in Guatemala -- then their FIRST safe country is well south of the U.S.! NOT our problem!

Anonymous Susan February 24, 2017 10:51 AM  

Horrifying, stunning and inhumane would be Mr. Steinle cradling the dying body of his daughter, shot to death by an illegal right in front of his eyes in SF. THAT is the definition of horrifying.

The proper punishment for some of these idiot lawyers and Leftist who mollycoddle illegals, would be to lock a bunch of them in an auditorium with the families of some of the victims of illegals.

Leave them together and ignore all screaming and begging. Let the families mete out justice.

Anonymous Grayman February 24, 2017 10:53 AM  

@ 78 DC

I agree with your general idea, but given multiple brewing schisms:

Black vs white
Black vs Hispanics
White vs Hispanic
Left vs right
Immigrants vs Americans
economically successful vs the economically unsuccessful

All of which could be called a subset of globalism vs nationalism, any disruption to the illusion of abundance could easily spark off a step-change in violence, going from status quo to pockets of extreme violence in a shockingly short period of time.
The economic pattern you suggests would most likely shred the illusion of abundance and force much of the US into more of a tribalistic stance as each group tries to do their best to hold onto whatever resources they can.
It’s my personal guess that Hillary and camp were pushing so hard for war with Russia and essentially WWIII for this very reason. Large scale war with external opponents is one of the few and perhaps only way to prevent these internal schisms from igniting.

Anonymous Avalanche February 24, 2017 10:55 AM  

@63 "Obama was deporting people at the border(which is within 100 miles of the actual border) without any legal process, so there is clearly no problem with that. All Trump may need to do is expand the definition of the border somewhat...."

Or, he could say: within 100 miles of the CANADIAN border, eh?

Anonymous omar's running shoes February 24, 2017 10:58 AM  

First thought through my head was this-

I always hear about how "overwhelmed" the court system is. Fine and dandy.

Like the man said, "More weight."

From NPR today-

That's because there are only 300 immigration judges in the country, and pending cases are at a record high. On average, each judge has a backlog of about 1,800 cases to hear. That leads to lengthy delays, said Deep Gulasekaram, who teaches constitutional and immigration law at Santa Clara University.

"It's early 2017 now; it's not unusual to see court dates for people that are in 2020, late 2020," he said. "So we're thinking three years hence for when you actually get your case heard."

No new judges appointed, no funds for the overcrowded jails and prisons, ten thousand to a hundred thousand additional detainees being jammed in there every month.

Here's the choice- three years (at current levels of processing which is to say nil) with zero chance of being sprung on bail in a small cell where you are allowed one hour of leg stretching between bouts of anal rape OR go home.

Gee, which would I choose?

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2017 11:07 AM  

> But I preach to the choir.

It's OK, I sometimes need reminding. :)

Anonymous Deplorable Winning February 24, 2017 11:12 AM  

SouthRon wrote:Since ICE will need extra detention facilities, they can take them from FEMA, permanantly.

About that, there is a US map showing which towns and counties have received the most surplus DoD equipment over the past couple decades. It's heavily weighted toward the south. Like Plan B was there all along.

Blogger Sheila4g February 24, 2017 11:38 AM  

Yesterday the Mail Online had a story about an illegal (Guatemalan? Honduran? Can't recall) with a brain tumor who was removed from a hospital in Fort Worth and put in a detention center prior to being repatriated. Her Mestizo lawyer used the same terms as the (((lawyers))) quoted in the post - inhumane, shocking, etc. She magically "arrived" in 2015, and then magically developed serious medical issues that the American taxpayer is somehow morally obligated to pay for. Not.

Blogger Feather Blade February 24, 2017 11:40 AM  

“Their plan is basically to have everybody thrown out of the country without ever going to court.”

Shouldn't have protested the last set of entirely reasonable foreign traveler restrictions, sparky. Then this might not have been necessary.

Blogger tublecane February 24, 2017 11:45 AM  

"I expected bad"

You expected bad what? Nice English for an attorney.

Blogger bob kek mando ( Death To The Boor-geois, Keks To The Lol-etariat ) February 24, 2017 11:48 AM  

Sarah Hoyt has the same ideological perspective on Civic Nationalism as that great American patriot, Muammar Gaddafi?

why, whatever could i have been thinking?

yes dear, you clearly ARE more American than i could ever hope to be.

Blogger Gaiseric February 24, 2017 12:05 PM  

Grayman wrote:Facism as intiailly engaged in SPain was not leftist, it was an their attempt to conserve their culture. In modern times we may disagree with the "why" but their core motivations were a counter to the loose communist/anarchist/marxists coalition that called themselves the Republicans.
Fascism was originally defined by Mussolini, based on the Roman fasces and Franco often bristled at being compared too directly to fascism. And Mussolini was far to the Left of FDR and Wilson, and angrily declared to his dying breath that he was a socialist—which his policies certainly bear out.

That said, Franco (and Peron) insisting that they weren't anything like Mussolini and Hitler had more to do with not wanting the political associations than it did with not actually resembling them in terms of policy.

For that matter, Cuba, Venezuela, much of Southeast Asia and even China as it evolved often more closely resembled fascism than it did classic communism, even while it clung to the latter label. At the end of the day, there's very little difference between nationalizing your industries and leaving them nominally private but thoroughly dominated by the government.

Blogger Gaiseric February 24, 2017 12:07 PM  

Or, in other words, Hitler's greatest rival during his rise was the Communists. But the reason they were rivals was because their ideologies were basically the same so they were competing for the same headspace. The same was true for Franco—although I admit I don't know as much about the Spanish Civil War as I do the rise of Nazi Germany.

Blogger Gaiseric February 24, 2017 12:16 PM  

By the way, any editors at Infogalactic? I notice that the page for Third Position states that it's a mutation of the far right according to Peter Griffith. It would be more accurate to say that it's a slight concession of the far left, as per Jonah Goldberg's Liberal Fascism.

Blogger bob kek mando ( Death To The Boor-geois, Keks To The Lol-etariat ) February 24, 2017 12:19 PM  

6. Pteronarcyd February 24, 2017 5:10 AM
why the hell have we been wasting time and money on giving them court hearings for up to now?



because we graduate surplus legal beagles every year and work must be found for them.

https://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/27/the-lawyer-surplus-state-by-state/?_r=0

it's a jobs program for the less principled and less talented lawyers.



22. Überdeplorable Psychedelic Cat Hair February 24, 2017 6:21 AM
Entering this country illegally is a FEDERAL MISDEMEANOR!!!!



you know, we COULD make illegal entry a Federal Felony ...

with a 'Three Strikes' application ...

then, watch the fur fly.

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2017 12:27 PM  

> It's heavily weighted toward the south. Like Plan B was there all along.

This demands a link to one of Instapundit's favorite pictures: https://static.pjmedia.com/instapundit/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Screen-Shot-2016-11-10-at-6.35.32-PM-600x508.png

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2017 12:30 PM  

> ... you know, we COULD make illegal entry a Federal Felony ...

We could make it federal felony with a mandatory death penalty for the first offense if we wanted to. They're not US citizens, so the protections of the Constitution against cruel and unusual punishment don't apply.

Anonymous Grayman February 24, 2017 12:37 PM  

@94 Gaiseric

Fair point, I was playing a bit loose and fast with political definitions. Unfortunately many of the standard political definitions have become heavily bastardized at this point.

I would more accurately state that the left may end up creating the very bogey man they claim the right is by driving the right to becoming strong authoritarians in response to the lefts continued assault.

The ongoing practice of redividing words is part of the game. In the Spanish civil war the communist/anarchist/socialist groups were called the republicans and much like today's left is starting to do open carried the banner of the hammer and sickle.

Blogger Gaiseric February 24, 2017 12:45 PM  

The Left has always been pretty good at scrubbing the serial numbers off of their latest iteration of their ideology when it falls into disrepute, changing a few superficial details, giving it a new label, and convincing people to give it a go as if it's something totally new.

But it never really is. Leftism is leftism and the differences between them tend to be more about how aggressive they are at ramping up and a few shallow, inconsequential details rather than anything substantive.

Blogger The Remnant February 24, 2017 1:05 PM  

Bravo. It's long past time for judges and lawyers to be taken down a peg and realize that the interests of the nation outweigh their petty concerns. I myself am a lawyer, and I have no trouble admitting that most lawyers are puffed-up, pseudo-intellectual scum. They love money and power, but they have forgotten that they are mere servants and that the American people call the shots around here.

Blogger Dirk Manly February 24, 2017 1:11 PM  

I thought I'd Plan B doesn't work, th next step is to go to "medical" facility which specializes in, among other things, removing people's brains with a vacuum tube. Isn't that the Plan C that libs will kill to defend?

Blogger Dirk Manly February 24, 2017 1:12 PM  

I thought *if*...

Blogger Ingot9455 February 24, 2017 1:14 PM  

@97 Illegal Entry is a federal felony if committed after an initial deportation, ie, on the second offense. There are tons of multiple re-entrants who could be prosecuted for it.

OpenID aew51183 February 24, 2017 1:23 PM  

@23
Regarding H-1B's, I read a few sources saying one of his earlier orders set the salary floor for H-1B's at 130k.

This is an elegant way of making damn sure the H-1B worker is actually needed, because you don't reach that salary as an american without being a vet in an expensive area.

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2017 1:29 PM  

> Regarding H-1B's, I read a few sources saying one of his earlier orders set the salary floor for H-1B's at 130k.

I believe it was one of he proposals. I don't think it's been released.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 1:30 PM  

@6 Pteronarcyd

If illegals have no right to court hearings because they are not here under the jurisdiction of the US, then presumably the spawn of invaders have no right to claim citizenship.
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I didn't think the Anchor Baby issue would come up so quickly, but it has to be addressed. The Chinese Anchor Baby tourism industry, the invaders from south of the border, all coming here to plop out an Anchor Baby needs to be addressed as well as all the other issues.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 1:32 PM  

Anchor Babies and Dual Citizenship.
These are two insidious things that need to be jumped on somewhere in all this action.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 1:34 PM  

@14 Eric the Red
Ultimately that is the way to cut through this Gordian Knot.
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Couldn't they investigate the (((lawyers))) and force them to recuse themselves if they are dual-citizens? The entire thing about dual citizenship is their allegiance is to a foreign power. Their finances probably show they are funded by a foreign power. I'm sure that would be illegal to represent a foreigner as a dual citizen while being funded by a foreign power.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 1:36 PM  

@15 Mandos

It's like when Mexico boldly states that it is not taking its illegals back
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I liked the part where Kelly said they didn't plan on using the military. I wonder if he meant, they don't plan on using them to round up illegals and send them home? I hope he's not ruling out using them to put a DMZ between us and Mexico :P

Blogger OldFan February 24, 2017 1:38 PM  

It is interesting to note the the lawyer said the plan was "mean-spirited" and not NOT say it was illegal - despite being a purported 'expert' on immigration law.
There are several areas where the law is 'administrative', i.e. a court was set up by direction of the Executive Branch to institute a standard, recorded procedure and NOT because any law says it has to. An ancient, but relevant, example is a "prize court" conducted to dispose of captured enemy shipping in the days of fighting sail.

This could be the decisive move in the immigration fight!

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 1:45 PM  

We can't send them back?
SI, SI PUEDE!

Isn't it funny how they will be here waving the Mexican flag, and Mexican is awesome gringos!, but it's the worst thing of all time for them to be sent back to Mexico.

Blogger bob kek mando ( Death To The Boor-geois, Keks To The Lol-etariat ) February 24, 2017 1:48 PM  

99. James Dixon February 24, 2017 12:30 PM
They're not US citizens, so the protections of the Constitution against cruel and unusual punishment don't apply.



the Feds don't consider the death penalty ( or slavery, for that matter, read the 13th Amendment ) cruel or unusual so the proscription against 'Cruel and Unusual' wouldn't apply in any case.

i'm happy with Three Strikes.

the first two times we catch you, we seize all your assets and accounts and kick you out of the country.

the third time we catch you ( and we will keep a database with your fingerprints and DNA every time we catch you ), you get mounted on the border wall and left to rot.

perhaps a minimal investigation to establish that the 3rd time you actually are here illegally. no more than a month from the third seizure should be plenty.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 1:52 PM  

@49 Avalanche

Please God, protect the God Emperor and his minions!!
---

Tonight at midnight a bunch of witches are going to give it their best shot to curse and bind up Pres. Trump.
http://www.elle.com/culture/career-politics/news/a43285/casting-spell-donald-trump/


Tomorrow there is another group who is going to have a prayer/meditation worldwide to expose Pizza Monsters.
http://www.neonnettle.com/features/731-pizzagate-mass-meditation-event-for-arrest-of-elite-washington-pedophile-ring

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 2:03 PM  

@74 Reenay

What do these judges have to back up their decisions with? Why must the executive branch do what the judicial branch tells them to?
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I've brought this up before. When or why did Congress and the Executive Branch give up the authority to decide what is "Constitutional" to the Judiciary?

That's how they discover all kinds of mysterious rights that were never part of the founding.

It's suppose to be 3 co equal branches of government.

Andrew Jackson had a situation where he told them to enforce one of their rulings themselves, and he went on to do his thing.

Blogger JCclimber February 24, 2017 2:04 PM  

I accidentally posted this in the CPAC thread.
Don't defund the Sanctuary Cities. Keep it as a threat. But unofficially, ramp up the raids and deportations everywhere else, while NEVER venturing into the Sanctuary Cities. Don't deport even the worst of the criminals as long as they stay in the Sanctuary Cities.

Let it get trickled out to the vast hordes of illegals throughout the land that they are ONLY safe in Sanctuary Cities. Zero safety anywhere else.

Start prosecuting employers who employ illegals. Fine them, not heavily, but constantly and consistently. Go after the smallest businesses first. Stage a few big raids on large businesses so that the publicity keeps the fear level high.

Watch the streams of millions of illegals into the Blue Sanctuary Cities. Who are pretty much crime zones already. Slowly tighten the noose, and if a city council like Miami caves in and overturns the Sanctuary City status, help them too.

Make sure that a repentant Sanctuary City allows the illegals sheltering inside their borders to flee to another unrepentant Sanctuary City.

Unrepentant zones get zero extra Federal $$$. Don't cut them off, but always keep that stimulus ready.

After months of increased muggings, rapes, burglaries, and mountains of trash building up, how long do you think that the globalist narrative will last?

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 2:10 PM  

@92 tublecane
"I expected bad"

You expected bad what? Nice English for an attorney.
---

Bad dudes.
Bad hombres.

Blogger JCclimber February 24, 2017 2:12 PM  

I'm a little slow, but just finally realized that shipping 10's of thousands of illegal Guatemalans, El Salvadoreans, etc back across the Mexican border provides a POWERFUL incentive for Mexico to pay for a wall to keep them from crossing into America to begin with. Instead of hustling them on through and across the Rio Grande.

Blogger Gaiseric February 24, 2017 2:21 PM  

JCclimber wrote:After months of increased muggings, rapes, burglaries, and mountains of trash building up, how long do you think that the globalist narrative will last?
You'd think that after the French Revolution, the precepts of Leftism would have been discredited, but nope—still lots of cheerleaders hundreds of years later.

Why would a few months of "here's your diversity?" change them? They'll just emigrate to other cities with protected neighborhoods while still virtue-signaling by supporting the same policies that ruined the cities that they came from (seriously; hasn't decades of urban blight and white flight made a dent in their Narrative yet either? Nope.)

On top of all of that, not only will it not have made a dent on their stupid virtue-signaling practice, we'll still have to clean up the mess in the long run.

No thanks.

Blogger Student in Blue February 24, 2017 2:32 PM  

@JCclimber

After months of increased muggings, rapes, burglaries, and mountains of trash building up, how long do you think that the globalist narrative will last?


Remember, they're delusional. They'd blame something else, likely "We're overcrowded in these sanctuary cities! Of course they're going to be discontent and acting out! You forced them in here and by extension are forcing them to commit crimes!"

Anonymous Ray February 24, 2017 2:38 PM  

Marbury v. Madison (1803)

Blogger Peter Jackson February 24, 2017 2:41 PM  

I support Trump and everything he's doing, however I don't see how it helps your credibility as a pundit to refer to Trump as "God-Emperor."

Blogger Gaiseric February 24, 2017 2:45 PM  

Peter Jackson wrote:I support Trump and everything he's doing, however I don't see how it helps your credibility as a pundit to refer to Trump as "God-Emperor."
And I don't see how stretching a 200 page book into three three hour movies helps your credibility as a director.

Blogger Peter Jackson February 24, 2017 2:53 PM  

"And I don't see how stretching a 200 page book into three three hour movies helps your credibility as a director.

Not my real name.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash February 24, 2017 2:59 PM  

Peter Jackson wrote:I support Trump and everything he's doing, however I don't see how it helps your credibility as a pundit to refer to Trump as "God-Emperor."
Ohm, Thank God, the Tone Police have arrived! Officer!, Officer! did you see how snarky Gaiseric was?

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable February 24, 2017 3:00 PM  

"And I don't see how stretching a 200 page book into three three hour movies helps your credibility as a director.

Not my real name.


Oh come on, it was hilarious. I was going to do it if he didn't.

Blogger Dirk Manly February 24, 2017 3:37 PM  

Or, he could say: within 100 miles of the CANADIAN border, eh?"

Already happening in the southWEST corner of Michigan (Benton Harbor).

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 3:46 PM  

@123 Peter Jackson
I support Trump and everything he's doing, however I don't see how it helps your credibility as a pundit to refer to Trump as "God-Emperor."
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The imperfection is yours.
He is not a pundit.
Oh, btw, there is someone about to redo Kong.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 3:47 PM  

OT but perhaps related

Trump banning CNN, NYT, and others from press briefing. Even says they aren't allowed into Sean Spicers office HAHAHAA

http://deadline.com/2017/02/donald-trump-bans-cnn-nyt-lat-politco-from-white-house-press-briefing-1201971628/

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2017 3:48 PM  

OT Cont

Look at the virtue signalling from the article :P

“Nothing like this has ever happened at the White House in our long history of covering multiple administrations of different parties,” NYT executive editor Dean Baquet said in a statement.

“We strongly protest the exclusion of The New York Times and the other news organizations. Free media access to a transparent government is obviously of crucial national interest.”

Blogger Gaiseric February 24, 2017 4:05 PM  

Snidely Whiplash wrote:Ohm, Thank God, the Tone Police have arrived! Officer!, Officer! did you see how snarky Gaiseric was?
My target tone is the one Elijah took with the priests of Baal.

Right before he killed them all.

Blogger Anthony February 24, 2017 4:15 PM  

JCclimber, taking back Guatemalans is exactly what the Mexican government is whining about. They don't mind taking back their own citizens, but they'll be damned if they'll tolerate Guatemalan crossing their Northern border after all the effort they put into securing their Southern border.

Anonymous basementhomebrewer February 24, 2017 4:23 PM  

Were-Puppy wrote:OT Cont

Look at the virtue signalling from the article :P

“Nothing like this has ever happened at the White House in our long history of covering multiple administrations of different parties,” NYT executive editor Dean Baquet said in a statement.

“We strongly protest the exclusion of The New York Times and the other news organizations. Free media access to a transparent government is obviously of crucial national interest.”


Free press don't mean we have to invite you into the press room. Note the arrogance in them thinking they should be able to do and say whatever they want and the white house should just sit back and take it. I hope Trump continues disallowing liars from his press conferences.

Blogger Jed Mask February 24, 2017 4:25 PM  

@123

Hey all, don't "attack" Mr. "Peter Jackson" (as he's already said it's not his "real name"). He has a great point here and means well from what he's said thus far.

I agree fully with Mr. Jackson that Mr. Vox should stop calling our now new U.S. President Donald J. Trump the idolatrous nickname "God-Emperor".

It's a SIN against the "Real God" who Mr. Vox knows is the LORD JESUS CHRIST.

You know better than this Mr. Vox, so why do this?

I love you man but I just got to "be straight" with you on this: it's not right; especially you being a "Christian man" to call some mortal "man" (yeah, yes, we all know Mr. Trump is a Super Alpha, high status man and you saying such as a "respect" to him and all which is *good* to render "respect and honour"; but NOT at the expense of "exalting a man" into a "deity reverence")

Now you may or may not take this seriously but it's really something serious you should stop; it's a bad "sin habit" against our real *GOD* if you get what I mean. And it's not a good "sign" to show to those who follow after you.

I'm not trying to "nick-pick" "pick the mote out of your eye when I got a beam in mine" kind of thing.

Just saying Mr. Jackson (like others have said in the past too) has a very valid, GOOD point here. Amen.

~ Bro. Jed

Blogger Cail Corishev February 24, 2017 4:47 PM  

Free press don't mean we have to invite you into the press room.

Right. They're free to wait for information to come out to the public, and report on it however they like, just like the other 99.9999% of Americans who haven't been given a special pass.

As long as the Carlos Slim Blog can publish whatever lies it wants, it is part of a free press.

Blogger VD February 24, 2017 5:36 PM  

I support Trump and everything he's doing, however I don't see how it helps your credibility as a pundit to refer to Trump as "God-Emperor."

I was reliably informed by one of your predecessors 16 years ago that I have no credibility as a pundit. So, as you can surely understand, I don't give a fuck about "credibility".

Don't you morons realize that you can only play the "no credibility" card once?

Anonymous Eric the Red February 24, 2017 6:21 PM  

It's only a matter of time. We should be prepared for SCOTUS to rule that anyone within US jurisdiction be afforded all Constitutional rights, citizenship be damned.

DOJ will have no choice at that point: judicial malfeasance in office based on wilful distortion of the Constitution for predetermined political ends. So instead of waiting for the inevitable, Trump should start charging judges now. If he also wants to throw in treason during time of war, then the more the better.

Blogger weka February 24, 2017 7:08 PM  

Tony Abbott. One of the best Aussie PMs ever

Anonymous Johnnyboy February 24, 2017 8:40 PM  

Actually a Gab user made a "You have to go back" shirt for sale last week. Here's the link for the thread's interested parties.

https://www.redbubble.com/people/magashirts/works/25369372-space-invaders-you-have-to-go-back

Blogger JCclimber February 24, 2017 8:54 PM  

Nice laugh to kick off the weekend.

Tone police worry that someone who self identifies as the "Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil League of Evil" will somehow be concerned that someone somewhere might get the vapors over referring to President Trump as the God-Emperor.

Now THAT's some funny stuff.

Anonymous Discard February 25, 2017 5:47 AM  

I thought that the "God-Emperor ascends the Cherry Blossom Throne" line was a reference to the Emperor of Japan, a country where VD once lived. Lighten up, it's a joke.

New readers: When you first enter a new group, keep quiet and see what's what. Every club has it's own in-jokes, assumptions, and ground rules. Does anybody really imagine that anyone here actually worships His Awesomeness the Trump?

Blogger Jed Mask February 25, 2017 12:16 PM  

@137

"I was reliably informed by one of your predecessors 16 years ago that I have no credibility as a pundit. So, as you can surely understand, I don't give a fuck about "credibility".

Don't you morons realize that you can only play the "no credibility" card once?"

Hey, hey EASY, EASY now Mr. Vox lol. INSIDE VOICE sir!

Easy on the "cursing" O "man of God" you call yourself a "Christian" and can't even control the "profanity" you speak through the computer screen lol but Smh...

Quit attacking Mr. Jackson, it ain't right and uncalled for.

You may or may not have a "point" against his "past business" but that's not what this discussion here is all about: quit calling a "man" "God-Emperor" ye IDOLATOR! Amen!

And yeah (just to "knit-pick" this time lol ;D) calling yourself "Supreme Dark Lord" like some imaginary fictional comic book character when you don't got no "supernatural powers" or special "uniqueness" about yourself to give that "credibility" real life "credit" you come off as expressing your inner "Gamma(ness)" and then have nerve to put down the "Gammas" who are the real geeky nerds and geeks with such "silly nicknames", huh?

Let the Gammas call themselves Special "Secret King" snowflakes if you're gonna strut around calling yourself a "real life" Dark Vader-esque persona AKA "Supreme Dark Lord" lol. Sounds "Gamma" to me Mr. Vox in all honesty. Just "sayin'" :) but I'm "cool" with it in a personal sense; just saying it's not a "CHRISTIAN" way of conduct though if you want that honest take.

So yeah... Then again it's "Vox Day World" here so I'm not about to "crap your style", so no problemo sir lol. Not "knocking it" just noticing the sly "hypocrisy" to be nicely amusing to the mind.

Blogger Jed Mask February 25, 2017 12:28 PM  

@147

"New readers: When you first enter a new group, keep quiet and see what's what. Every club has it's own in-jokes, assumptions, and ground rules."

Quiet fool. We get that. Must you be "discarded" from this "discussion" Mr. Discard?

The beef with Vox got nothin' to do with anybody else but Mr. Vox and Mr. Jackson he called out.

And I ain't really "new" 'round here personally... Been "lurking" this sight since around 2011 I believe.

Just now putting a "face" and a "name" so-to-speak recently.

"Does anybody really imagine that anyone here actually worships His Awesomeness the Trump?"

FYI, "maybe" can one really be sure when you even in "jokingly-fashion" refer U.S President Donald J. Trump as "His Awesomeness"?

Such wicked *BLASPHEMY*!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wouldn't you rightly call the Lord Jesus "His Awesomeness" instead or is that "lost" on you, huh? Yeah right...

Smh... At the rate it's going in these parts and elsewhere in the "manosphere" y'all gonna be taken "wholly deceived" by the real "Antichrist" I'm telling you. Amen...

Then again, no "hard feelings" against your Mr. Discard, just making "comedy" :). Hope you're not really offended. But I made some serious points here for everyone to consider.

Call the REAL GOD, *GOD* and no "man" "God-Emperor" or anything else that "tickles your fancy". It ain't right in the Sight of the Lord. Amen.

~ Bro. Jed

Anonymous Discard February 26, 2017 12:42 AM  

144. Jed Mask: OK, no hard feelings. But my take is that Trump is being compared to the Emperor of Japan, pre 1945, not the God of Abraham.

Blogger Akulkis February 26, 2017 2:10 AM  

@38

"Autocorrect keeps replacing pedos with pesos"

Then turn it off, goober.

Blogger Akulkis February 26, 2017 2:37 AM  

@114

"perhaps a minimal investigation to establish that the 3rd time you actually are here illegally. no more than a month from the third seizure should be plenty."

If someone has been removed for being here illegally TWICE, then he will NEVER be here legally ever again. Two removals for illegal entry leads directly to a LIFETIME ban, such that even showing up at a U.S. Port of Entry is a felony.

Blogger Akulkis February 26, 2017 2:54 AM  

@Jed

Sperg on, retard.

Blogger Jed Mask February 27, 2017 11:54 AM  

@145

GOTCHA sir I understand that. I really do Mr. Discard.

I mean no harm.

And I get that "Japanese reference" in naming.

It's just that... Mr. Vox calls himself a "Christian" and then waltz up to call a man a man including "God" which should only be attached with the actual real *GOD* Who is Lord Jesus Christ.

My case is clear.

May the "attackers" continue to "attack" messenger if they must... Amen.

Blogger Jed Mask February 27, 2017 11:57 AM  

@148

"Sperg on, retard."

... And that's why you're not taken seriously.

You'd be good fun for a "laugh" at, with or against but don't got time to waste with internet "wimps". Love you in Christ though.

Hope you having a good day and faring well in life regardless. Amen.

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