There were a lot of supporting comments to the decision of a judge blocking the Trump administration from the new rule denying asylum seeking the right to apply for asylum if they are in the United States illegally.
The media openly acknowledged that the ruling "opened doors to migrant caravan", since the ruling was made while several caravans were heading through Mexico towards the U.S. borders with the intention of crossing that border illegally.
The decision obviously encouraged illegal immigration and violence at the border - since all that is needed in order to apply for asylum is to cross the border, legally or illegally, by force and violence, does not matter.
The decision has brought about a crisis at the border, where
- migrants overpowered the Mexican town of Tijuana, depleting its welfare resources,
- U.S. troops and border patrol are more-than-ever determined to not to allow illegal crossings of the border, to block mass asylum applications, and
- migrants have already attempted two rushes (violent attempts to breach) the U.S. border, which resulted, on one occasion, in tear-gassing the rioters.
- Obama has used tear gas at the borders for the same reason at least 80 times; and
- the judicial decision was screamingly unlawful.
The attorneys who stirred the pot were several lawyers out of the state of New York who asked a federal district (lower) court sitting in Northern California for a "pro hac vice" (for this case only) admission, see their pro hac vice applications that I attached through links to their names and their attorney registrations:
These 5 graduates of the best law schools:
- New York Law School;
Then, the ACLU supported - in court - a neo-Nazi march in Charlottesville in 2017.
When it resulted in death of a woman, and caused a member of ACLU Virginia Board to resign in disgust:
the ACLU capitalized on the tragedy and solicited donations from people now in opposition to the same neo-Nazis whose march they secured, and pitted opponents against them.
Now the ACLU is stirring the pot once again, capitalizing once again on the tragedy.
It filed a frivolous lawsuit, had assigned a political activist judge who, despite lack of standing and lack of the right of judicial review of the ACLU's clients in that lawsuit, gave them a country-wide TRO - an impossible feat for any other civil rights lawsuit, I am telling you as a person who, as an attorney, have filed and prosecuted a number of civil rights lawsuits and know procedural pitfalls of such proceedings as an expert.
That lawsuit and that "temporary decision" has already caused violence at the border, caused people trying to rush the border in order to get to the other side by any means.
This is what you see first thing when you go to the ACLU's front page:
Everything is black, the "democracy" is in mourning, and the only thing that can help is money - your money, one-time, monthly, $35, $50, $75, $100, "other" - note that there are no buttons for puny $1, $5, $10, $20, $25 or even $30, the suggested "good" donation starts, in ACLU's view, from $35.
Yet, if you call the ACLU with, let's say, fabrication of a criminal case, or, fabrication of a CPS case against you - you now, separation of parents and children - they will turn you down.
Not the right kind of controversy, that kind of controversy may cost ACLU money, ACLU needs only controversies that MAKE money for the organization.
Why illegal immigration?
Consider that one topic has suddenly disappeared in the so-called main stream media in the United States - sweatshops.
At some point it was very fashionable for the so-called celebrities to boycott sweatshops, to the point that some human rights defenders claimed that boycotting sweatshops is "not the answer" - it actually makes people overseas, already suffering from poverty, unemployed and, possibly, starving.
With election of Trump and assault of ACLU (and "the resistance" well-funded by employers of illegal immigrants) on the government's right to control illegal immigration, the word "sweatshop" disappeared from the mainstream media.
Because illegal immigration helps create sweatshops within the U.S.
There are a lot of people who benefit by the cheap goods produced by such sweatshops - from construction to child and adult care to landscaping to food crops to house servants for celebrities.
That is where the money is. That is why stirring up this type of controversy is good for ACLU, while supporting parents whose children are taken away and adopted out on fabricated charges, in order for CPS to get federal funds (a Clinton era invention) - is not an attractive civil rights crisis for ACLU to step into and help.
What the ACLU is stirring - like in the Village of Skokie's case, like in Charlottseville - is violence, for its own profit.
Recall the infamous Dred Scott case of 1857.
An estimated 620,000 people have perished in a bloody civil war because of the GREED of the U.S. Supreme Court judges, many of them slave-owners, who refused to recognize that slavery is a violation of people's constitutional rights and to recognize black people as people equal to whites, with the same human rights.
In Russia, an absolute monarchy at that time, slavery was abolished in 1861, by a royal decree, without any bloodshed.
In the U.S., a constitutional democracy, because of the greed of the U.S. Supreme Court judges, slaveowners, slavery was abolished only as a result of a civil war, after the loss of 620,000, destruction and suffering visited upon half the country, by presidential proclamation in 1863, 2 years after Russia.
The Dred Scott case was presented at the time as "the rule of law" - and it incited violence.
Now, the ACLU is stirring the pot and inciting violence - for profit - based on its pushy support of illegal immigration.
Of course, U.S. judges, under Article III of the U.S. Constitution, do not have the power to legislate, it is the exclusive power of the U.S. Congress under Article I.
And, the U.S. Congress already had its say - no right of judicial review to contest the supposed human rights violations of foreigners seeking asylum, no contest in court of the U.S. Attorney General's regulations regarding asylum-seeking, 8 U.S.C. 1158(d)(7).
Yet, the ACLU lawyers obtained a precedent which creates an incentive out of the illegal crossing of the U.S. border - by all means, including violence.
Violence is already erupting.
If it goes further and erupts into a full-blown civil war, you will know who to thank for that.