President Trump’s second attempt at securing our nation’s borders with a temporary travel ban has been stymied by two separate judges.
First, we had a federal judge in Hawaii who, late last night, issued a halt to the temporary moratorium on travelers from terror-tied nations mere hours before the ban was set to go into effect. Now, the morning after this first blow was dealt to the President’s second executive order on the subject, it seems that a judge in Maryland has “The Maryland decision follows a ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii on Wednesday, although it is narrower i… decided to follow suit against the President’s wishes.
“President Trump’s temporary travel ban targeting six majority-Muslim countries was dealt another blow Thursday after a federal judge in Maryland suspended a portion of the ban that prevented visas being issued to nationals of the six countries.
“The Maryland decision follows a ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii on Wednesday, although it is narrower in scope.
“In the Hawaii ruling, U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson issued a nationwide halt to the ban that would have barred new visas and prevented the admission of new refugees. It was a stinging rebuke of Trump’s second attempt to institute the controversial order just hours before it was to take effect.
“The Maryland ruling was made by U.S. District Judge Theodore D. Chuang. Like Watson, he determined that Trump’s executive order was “the realization of the long-envisioned Muslim ban” and also pointed to comments made by Trump throughout his campaign.”
We haven’t heard the last of these liberally-meddling judges either. A court in Washington state also heard arguments concerning the temporary travel ban, and could add their ruling to the pile sometime on Thursday.
These courts, who are clearly playing politics and not working in the best interest of the nation at large, are merely one more cog in the leftist and globalist gears of power that aim to delegitimize the Trump presidency rather than to work with the fairly elected President.