Jeff Sessions Responds To Judges Decision

Ever since Donald Trump was elected president of the United States he has been trying to do things. Things that will ensure the safety of millions of Americans around the country. But that might be easier said than done. He is quickly finding out that the liberals in this country are not going to let him get away with anything easily. One of the things Trump wanted to accomplish was make sure that our immigrants can be properly vetted when coming into the United States. Seems innocent enough, maybe. But for liberals, this is racist and completely inappropriate. That is why a liberal judge from Hawaii blocked the order just hours before it was set to take effect.

Jeff Sessions has taken on the responsibility of getting this blockage taken away. This liberal judge from the Obama-era needs to get his head on straight. He obviously does not have the power to make a decision like this for the president of the United States. Sessions recently came out with a statement regarding what needs to be done.

“The district court has improperly substituted its policy preferences for the national security judgement of the executive branch in a time of grave threats, defying both the lawful prerogatives of the Executive Branch and the directive of the Supreme Court,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions explained.

This decision made by the judge was a direct order from someone in the Obama camp. There is no way he did this on his own. We have seen what the liberals are trying to do the administration from the very beginning. They have not let him get away with anything yet and it is really starting to get in the way of a lot of this.

Jeff Sessions goes on to explain that the courts “undermined nation security, delayed necessary action, created confusion, and violated a proper respect for separation of powers.’ This is very well the case at hand and something has to be done. Liberals will eventually realize that President Trump is the man in charge and he must be listened to.

(h/t Washington Examiner)