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  1. Well, that kind of negates claims that we face an "imminent threat"...
  2. I need to re-read the complaint again, but as I recall one of the challenges by the states is that the EO violated the Constitution as it's intended "target" was based on religion. Assuming that part of the challenge is not dropped by the states, the wording of the EO and the statements by the so-called president and Giuliani will be probative in determining that intent. Should be fun to watch.
  3. Actually, it is a Muslim ban. If you read the executive order, it has two provisions - one is that individuals who practice a "minority religion" are given preference during vetting and a second clause that allows for emergency immigration based on the same basis. Since those countries are majority Muslim, the ban is against Muslims. And, don't forget that that Rudy Giuliani stated in an interview that the so-called president consulted with Giuliani to find out how to implement a "legal" Muslim ban. So, it isn't an immigration ban to protect this country as so many knuckleheads think
  4. Not to jump in on QMany, but I'll take a stab at this. 1. Recognizing that there are exceptions to every rule, you are correct - evidence is produced in the district courts. At the appellate courts, additional evidence is not admitted or considered. Rather, the parties argue how the law applies to the facts developed at the trial level. 2. Again, correct. BUT... 3. Remember that what is happening now is not the actual case. The states of Washington and Minnesota filed suit to challenge PARTS of the executive order (EO). The states also asked the court to issue a Temporary Restra
  5. Actually, it is a Muslim ban. If you read the executive order, it has two provisions - one is that individuals who practice a "minority religion" are given preference during vetting and a second clause that allows for emergency immigration based on the same basis. Since those countries are majority Muslim, the ban is against Muslims. And, don't forget that that Rudy Giuliani stated in an interview that the so-called president consulted with Giuliani to find out how to implement a "legal" Muslim ban. So, it isn't an immigration ban to protect this country as so many knuckleheads think i
  6. Actually, it is a Muslim ban. If you read the executive order, it has two provisions - one is that individuals who practice a "minority religion" are given preference during vetting and a second clause that allows for emergency immigration based on the same basis. Since those countries are majority Muslim, the ban is against Muslims. And, don't forget that that Rudy Giuliani stated in an interview that the so-called president consulted with Giuliani to find out how to implement a "legal" Muslim ban. So, it isn't an immigration ban to protect this country as so many knuckleheads think
  7. I wonder whether the so-called president will try for an en banc review with the 9th Circuit. That would be fun, seeing him slapped down again, and then having the case either denied cert with the Supreme Court or affirmed due to a 4-4 vote, both of which are highly probable.
  8. Speaking of tweets getting under the so-called president's skin, I hope he sees this one...
  9. This so-called president is a special kind of stupid...
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