President Trump Files Appeal on Asylum Ban for Supreme Court Hearing

trump asylum ban, attorney alexander hernandez, trump immigration news, immigration latest news, trump travel ban, border wall funding news, migrant caravan, caravanes de migrantes

U.S. border patrol agents standing in San Ysidro, California stand watch as they respond to at least two men who got close to the U.S. border wall from the Mexican side, seen from Tijuana, Mexico, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018. The incident diffused soon after and the agents left.
 (Rebecca Blackwell / AP)

President Trump Files Appeal on Asylum Ban for Supreme Court Hearing

As has become the habit, President Trump loses in court and asks the Supreme Court for an emergency hearing on the matter.

Now, after losing the asylum ban in the 9th circuit, within days Trump’s administration has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter- @mcatty_alex

Trump Loses Again on Asylum Ban

The U.S. Appeals Court in the Ninth Circuit upheld Judge Jon Tigar’s ruling on banning asylum claims for immigrants that enter the country through the U.S. – Mexico border. The decision was upheld 2-1.

“Just as we may not,as we are often reminded, ‘legislate from the bench’, neither may the executive legislate from the Oval Office,” Judge Jay Bybee, a George W Bush nominee,wrote for the majority.

This case stems from President Trump requiring that migrants must enter through “official ports of entry.”

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

The court’s ruling is visible below or via this link.

Trump Still Losing- Planned Parenthood Wins Yugely

Kansas and Louisiana tried to have Medicaid funding cut for Planned Parenthood, but the U.S. Supreme Court did not have a hearing on the appeal filed by the states.

As a result of the Supreme Court’s rejection of a hearing, the lower courts’ ruling will stand that the states are violating federal law by terminating Medicaid contracts for Planned Parenthood which disproportionately affects the poor.

In order for the case to be heard, four justices would have had to agree, but only Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch voted to hear the case, which means that Brett Kavanaugh skipped out on this one.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

Share the Truth Liberally!

Comments and opinions always welcomed

%d bloggers like this: