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File: fdfdf329ccf7740⋯.png (239.71 KB, 567x386, 567:386, 986dfx.png)

5866d6 No.9251575

A number of judges are against Trump (the people the constitution etc.).

here they are.



1846 E Shelby ST, Seattle, WA 98112

1-206-325-9357 (home phone)

wife: Marl C Jalbing (judge is a cuck wife is a stronk n3wwomyn who didn't change her name.)






i am working on information, hivemind support welcome

I am not advocating the breaking of any laws.

38dbd3 No.9251596

Sedition, plain and simple.

5866d6 No.9251607

File: a984a3d7ab45c05⋯.png (131.58 KB, 755x620, 151:124, fuckingyachtclub.png)


I would not object if i saw the national guard drag them out of their houses.

a328fd No.9251722

File: 4a16b513036418d⋯.png (278.68 KB, 633x700, 633:700, WWI_Gas_Mask.png)


5866d6 No.9251762


>absolutely disgusting


"Michelle Taryn Friedland, the daughter of Sandra and Thomas S. Friedland of Scotch Plains, N.J., was married yesterday to Daniel James Kelly, a son of Marilyn and James F. Kelly of Montgomery Village, Md. Judge Philip S. Carchman of the Appellate Division of State Superior Court in Trenton, officiated at the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, N.J.

The bride and bridegroom, both 27, met at Stanford University, from which he graduated and she received a master's degree in electrical engineering.

Ms. Friedland, who is keeping her name, studied ethics and political philosophy at Oxford University, where she was a Fulbright scholar. She received a law degree from Stanford this month, and on Aug. 1 is to become a law clerk for Judge David S. Tatel of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Next year, she is to become a clerk for Justice Sandra Day O'Connor of the Supreme Court.

Her father is the president of Harper Industries, a clothing manufacturer and importer in Clark, N.J., and an economics lecturer at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. Her mother is a writing instructor at Kean University in Union, N.J., and at the Cranford campus of Union County College. She is also a freelance medical writer and editor.

Mr. Kelly is a design engineer for wireless communications technology at Cisco Systems in San Jose, Calif. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maryland at College Park. His mother, a registered nurse, is the site coordinator of the shingles prevention study at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in Bethesda, Md. His father is a physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Md.

Correction: June 25, 2000, Sunday A report last Sunday about the wedding of Michelle Taryn Friedland and Daniel James Kelly misstated the degrees they received from Stanford University. She received a bachelor's degree, and he received a master's in electrical engineering, not vice versa."

9c2213 No.9251781



Article 3, you idiot. The judiciary is independent and its job is to check Presidential power. It's not sedition.


Sear that into your fucking brain. This is not North Korea. We do not have a "dear leader".

c13acf No.9251791


>We do not have a dear leader.

Yes we do, his name is Trump.

>Check the presidential power.

Check the part of the constitution that says he can block anyone from coming into the country for any reason for however long he wants, shlomo.

0282d0 No.9251816


>he can block anyone from coming into the country for any reason

Not if he violates the religious clause of the First Amendment. Stop being an ignorant douchenozzle. There are THREE branches of government, not just one.

If you want a single person to hold all the power, then move to North Korea, you fuckwitted alt-kike faggot.

4560e5 No.9251827


>huurrrr durrrr i'm too retarded to know about judicial review durrrrrr

7b4976 No.9251830

File: 58828ed68cf71d1⋯.jpeg (229.53 KB, 666x1008, 37:56, canby.jpeg)

Canby Jr has a book about American Indian Law on amazon.

https:// www.amazon.com/American-Indian-Nutshell-William-Canby/dp/1628100087

He's 86 years old.

William C. Canby, Jr.

AKA William Cameron Canby, Jr.

Born: 22-May-1931

Birthplace: St. Paul, MN

Gender: Male

Race or Ethnicity: White

Sexual orientation: Straight

Occupation: Judge

Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States

Executive summary: 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1980-96

Military service: USAF (JAG Corps, 1956-58, Lt.)

Father: William Cameron Canby

Mother: Margaret Leah Lewis

Wife: Jane Adams (m. 18-Jun-1954, two sons, one daughter)

Son: John Adams

Daughter: Margaret Lewis

Son: William Nathan

a4fa64 No.9251848


>Not if he violates the religious clause of the First Amendment.

Oh, you're retarded, gotcha. Alright, let me slow it down for you. It isn't a Muslim ban, it is a temporary limitation on several countries that we can't possibly vet the people who are coming from those countries due to lack of infrastructure or records. Failed states like Syria, shit like that.

Indonesia has the largest Muslim population of any country. Saudi Arabia is the birth place of Islam (Medina, Mecca). Your points are invalid and you are a fucking brain dead idiot. Kill yourself after killing your family.

5866d6 No.9251857

File: 21896322200b5c2⋯.gif (143.72 KB, 300x375, 4:5, 43f83a9e3c788b2afd5a7d0521….gif)


the judiciary cannot overrule the legislative branch

the president was merely executing as the executive

what was already legislated

e28466 No.9251881


I would not object if the National Guard put a bullet in these guys (all under a 100% legal process of course).

a4fa64 No.9251898

File: 9f7f8a5c5364473⋯.jpg (168.09 KB, 1177x1167, 1177:1167, lol you are still wrong.jpg)


8 U.S. Code § 1182

5866d6 No.9251903

e28466 No.9251907


I really need for him to pass more shit. That first week while he was fucking up Obama's legacy, the libshits felt the world falling on their heads.

My guess is that once winter is through and he leaves the safety of the Winter White House, he'll have another Blitzkreig package ready to go.

c13acf No.9251911


>Obama did it

>It's okay

>Trump does it

>"It's a muslim ban guys!"

c13acf No.9251924


What the actual fuck are you talking about, nigger. He did this exact order. Every country in this ban was the same countries banned last time, for the exact same duration.

a4fa64 No.9251940


Unconstitutional laws are not enforceable nigger

5866d6 No.9251949

File: b3f42cd9483c958⋯.png (19.59 KB, 644x137, 644:137, screenshot-area-2017-02-13….png)


funny how democrats passed 8 U.S. Code § 1182

c13acf No.9251965


Right now the courts are determining via feelings, and trying to rule by the benchsides instead of doing their jobs: neutrally interpreting the constitutions and US law.

>The COURT determines it, not YOU.

So what happens when I get into the court system and start determining laws based on my feelings. Will you say the same things for me?

c13acf No.9251989


And the court system has the determine whether or not those laws are actually constitutional and need to be enforced. If someone has an actual case against the law then it can be taken to the supreme court. You don't just pass a law and watch that law become set in stone.

5866d6 No.9251990




hey retard fucking retard

do you realize that 2 different laws can exist on the books and not cancel each other out? if the president 'werent allowed to discriminate based on national origin'

A. in a time of war we would be fucked having to allow the enemy in

B. why the fuck did nobody stop jimmy carter when he banned all iranians?

C. where the fuck were they when obama DID THE EXACT SAME THING

5866d6 No.9252004

File: 1dc22dbe892d753⋯.jpeg (10.08 KB, 250x250, 1:1, e39734ufh.jpeg)


pay attention i know you're slow but try jimmy


5866d6 No.9252020


citation needed low information voter.

On Thursday, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals kept to its activist ways by refusing to allow President Trump’s executive order suspending the controversial U.S. refugee program to be in effect as it continues to wind its way through the courts. The three-judge panel that denied the administration’s request to lift the temporary restraining order on the executive order was unanimous in its decision.

The judges — William Canby Jr., a Jimmy Carter appointee; Richard Clifton, a George W. Bush appointee; and Michelle Friedland, a Barack Obama appointee — wrote in their decision that the executive order likely violates “what due process requires, such as notice and a hearing prior to restricting an individual’s ability to travel.” The decision also says the “it is the Government’s burden to make ‘a strong showing that [it] is likely to’ prevail against the States’ procedural due process claims” and that the court is “not persuaded that the Government has carried its burden for a staying appeal.”

In plain English, that means that the three-judge panel decided that the restraining order against Trump’s executive order is unlikely to be overturned by a higher court, so it sees no reason to lift the restraining order as this case works its way through the labyrinth of legal red tape it faces.

Of course, the point that is largely overlooked in all of this is that each of these judges was appointed by presidents who also had policies “restricting an individual’s ability to travel.” Let’s just spend a few minutes unpacking that as we work our way backward through the timeline.

As The New American reported in a previous article:

In 2015, Obama signed H.R. 158, the Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015. That bill clarified “the grounds for ineligibility for travel to the United States regarding terrorism risk, to expand the criteria by which a country may be removed from the Visa Waiver Program, to require the Secretary of Homeland Security to submit a report on strengthening the Electronic System for Travel Authorization to better secure the international borders of the United States and prevent terrorists and instruments of terrorism from entering the United States, and for other purposes.”

5866d6 No.9252022


The Huffington Post reported at the time of that bill's passage:

In what could be a sign the administration is moving away from a policy seen as discriminatory, the Obama administration announced Thursday that it is restricting visa-free travel to the U.S. for recent visitors to three additional countries — but not for dual nationals with those passports.

Under the new restrictions, citizens of the 38 countries that are part of the reciprocal visa-waiver program will lose their visa-free travel status if they have traveled to Libya, Somalia or Yemen within the past five years. Thursday’s announcement is an expansion of a law passed late last year, which revoked the visa-waiver status of people who had recently traveled to Iraq, Syria, Iran or Sudan, and who hold dual citizenship with any of those four countries.

Interestingly, not only did the liberal mainstream media celebrate those restrictions (as the example from the Huffington Post shows), but there were no legal challenges brought against H.R. 158, either. Also, to put in the for-what-its-worth-column, that bill — signed into law by Obama and allowed to stand without being issued a restraining order — is one part of the legal framework on which President Trump’s executive order rests.

Before that, though, in 2011, Obama’s State Department quietly halted all refugees from Iraq for a period of six months after it was discovered (to the surprise of no one paying attention) that terrorists who had actually fought against U.S. soldiers in Iraq had gained entry in the United States as “refugees” and were planning attacks here. It seemed that reason dictated a more stringent vetting process. Now where has this writer heard that recently?

Going a little further back, in 2002 — in the wake of 9/11 — both houses of Congress unamimously passed, and President Bush signed — H.R. 3525, the Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act. This legislation restricted travel to the United States “from countries that are state sponsors of international terrorism” and created a vetting process so extreme that any vetting process Trump comes up with would have difficulty appearing anything but moderate by comparison. Of course, it was reasonable then and it is reasonable now. But to those looking to attack Trump’s policy on this issue so critical to national security, reason is a stranger. Evidence of that can be seen in the fact that 73 Democrats who voted to pass that law in 2002 are still sitting in office and are among those decrying the suppposed evils of Trump’s executive order which rests as much on the legal framework of H.R. 3525 as it does on Obama’s H.R. 158.

H.R.3525 is still on the books and in effect, granting the president the authority to stop the issuance of non-immigrant visas from the very countries Trump’s executive order names. And as Conservative Review noted, Trump merely applied that law in conjunction with his authority under The Immigration and Nationality Act (§ 212(f)) which grants the president plenary power to “by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants.”

5866d6 No.9252026


The next stop on our trip in the Wayback Machine is to April 7, 1980. America was in the midst of the Iranian hostage crisis. Five months into the 444-day-long ordeal, President Carter responded by issuing a series of proclamations under his executive authority. Here, in his own words, is the one that is germane to this issue:

Fourth, the Secretary of Treasury [State] and the Attorney General will invalidate all visas issued to Iranian citizens for future entry into the United States, effective today. We will not reissue visas, nor will we issue new visas, except for compelling and proven humanitarian reasons or where the national interest of our own country requires. This directive will be interpreted very strictly.

Now, here — in the present — three judges (appointed by presidents who not only did essentially the same thing Trump is doing, but laid the legal foundation and set the precedent for his actions) have the nerve to pretend that while it was fine and dandy when their presidents did it, it is somehow unconstitutional when Trump does it.

And there’s the rub. Constitutionality is not a matter of who (or which party) holds the office and issues the directives; it is a matter of what the Constitution allows and requires. In this case, Article IV, Sec. 4 of that Constitution seems apropos:

The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.

President Trump’s executive order is a balanced attempt to secure the borders of this nation against a terrorist invasion under the guise of a refugee program. The alternative is an open-door policy that allowed Iraqi terrorists to enter this country in the wake of 9/11. President Obama blocked those “refugees” then and if his actions lacked prudence it was that they did not go far enough. The salient point, though, is that no one accused him of overstepping his Constitutional boundaries in taking the action he did. Or Bush before him. Or Carter before him. Why is this any different?

c13acf No.9252027


>Hey guys, let's allow people to come in from countries that are destabilized and countries we were at war with.

Woah, really makes me think.

5866d6 No.9252030

9f9319 No.9252031

jeez, the shills are really trying to derail this arent they?

5866d6 No.9252052


>Fourth, the Secretary of Treasury [State] and the Attorney General will invalidate all visas issued to Iranian citizens for future entry into the United States, effective today. We will not reissue visas, nor will we issue new visas,

5866d6 No.9252061



you must be one of those antifa faggot, I hope the nation guard shoots you.

suck a donkey dick.

a4fa64 No.9252066

File: 85621e96caa38d2⋯.jpg (59.4 KB, 721x430, 721:430, trump mega victory.jpg)



>identifying with cucks in a federal court that is about to be split up

5866d6 No.9252074


I'm the op you total wreck of a human

4560e5 No.9252104

Thread derailed like a nigger running out of chicken.

a4fa64 No.9252111


Winning must be a foreign concept to you, no wonder your panties are in such a twist. The only thing it takes to win democratic votes is pandering to the gimmedat's, which is not winning.

5866d6 No.9252117

File: eb2535eab51249f⋯.jpeg (64.94 KB, 1300x866, 650:433, i7crityf.jpeg)

File: e9fe3f4219a33cf⋯.jpeg (121.15 KB, 962x701, 962:701, t7edyird.jpeg)


projection isn't pretty


f3f28d No.9252119


Post some gore of homosexuals and niggers. Actually, all the pets of the cucks, ffs.

5d844e No.9252127

File: 32893288b845e0d⋯.png (53.41 KB, 154x208, 77:104, bern7.png)


What's the matter, kike-kun? See something triggering? Afu-fu-fu~

a345a0 No.9252128

File: c8caa082eef29b9⋯.jpeg (33.38 KB, 285x325, 57:65, image.jpeg)


>non-citizens have rights protected by the constitution

want to know how I know you're a leftist?

5866d6 No.9252133

File: b0ca693c8dc6209⋯.jpeg (56.72 KB, 780x438, 130:73, 75DTY5D.jpeg)



ce7533 No.9252140


That 24 million fraudulent voting registrations really helped with that didn't it.

3efe26 No.9252141

File: c6b0078713b04aa⋯.jpg (18.46 KB, 380x250, 38:25, gettin real tired of your ….jpg)

I'm honestly insulted the shills are this bad and obvious. The original JEW-CREW must've killed themselves after the election. We're not even dealing with the B-Team. We're dealing with the Z-team.

a4fa64 No.9252151

File: a34d907301468b4⋯.jpg (231.84 KB, 1200x800, 3:2, slide_507426_7100586_free.jpg)

File: 6fb42102a936fed⋯.jpg (188.6 KB, 1200x800, 3:2, slide_507426_7100580_free.jpg)

File: 47519e1e2515935⋯.jpg (684.45 KB, 1200x799, 1200:799, slide_507426_7100574_free.jpg)

File: 3cd2fd773d1894a⋯.jpg (255.1 KB, 804x1000, 201:250, slide_507426_7100566_free.jpg)


Stay mad sunshine. Anyone who has had to deal with a pouting two year old knows you just let them have their tantrum and eventually they will tire themselves out. Pics related.

3efe26 No.9252191


a4fa64 is actually on your side, he just made the retarded decision of counter-signaling you instead of the shill on that last post.

fbfc4f No.9252245


Within U.S. territory, non-citizens have rights because of the 14th Amendment, which declares “nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

7b4976 No.9252249

I could be wrong, but Canby Jr seems to me to be the hardest to dig up dirt on. He is deeply involved with American Indian jurisprudence although he rules on all types of cases. I've reviewed a small sampling of his past cases and nothing is jumping out at me.

ae1b9a No.9252283

File: 7d5c56ba298754d⋯.jpg (216.25 KB, 1570x1536, 785:768, srsly m8.jpg)


>doesn't realize non-Americans don't have American rights

>doesn't realize the first amendment means fuck all in regards to who you keep out of the country

0b2c86 No.9252307

File: 9cd36c463ff4256⋯.jpg (12.89 KB, 304x228, 4:3, shut-your-damn-whore-mouth….jpg)

5d844e No.9252335

File: b4b9e65f17f6a7e⋯.png (222.67 KB, 497x494, 497:494, beatrice1.png)

File: 051445b6913def4⋯.png (123.47 KB, 270x295, 54:59, erika1.png)


This thread must realllly be upsetting you, huh kike-ku~n? Too bad! Too bad! Ku-ku-ku~

6f341b No.9252352

File: 2dc3b4032936556⋯.jpg (12.65 KB, 278x278, 1:1, 2dc3b403293655697e893024c8….jpg)


Non-citizens don't have rights, let alone considered "persons".

38dbd3 No.9252401

God damn, Op. Really struck a nerve with these fucking shills.

cc07cf No.9252402

Sure smells /leftypol/ in here.

7b4976 No.9252414

Someone really wants to pollute this thread with fake arguments and outdated reaction faces. That means we have to dig.

31c09f No.9252451

The kikes sure don't like that we know that the judicial system is sick and needs to be cured.

3da6f9 No.9252540

Wow, this thread is being slid hard. Sticky please

7b4976 No.9252551


http:// archive.is/N0kAd

>Friedland won the State Bar of California's 2013 President's Pro Bono Service Award, and the 2009 ACLU of Southern California’s LGBT Award. The ACLU honored her for her representation of a gay-rights group in a state challenge of Proposition 8, the 2008 ballot measure that banned same-sex marriage.

She was partly responsible for overturning the people of California's choice of not wanting fags to be able to marry each other and adopt children. That's right, California voted to ban gay marriage and this SJW virtue signalled so hard that the court overruled the people.

31c09f No.9252570

anti slide bump

5f1c69 No.9252579

File: be47dbedddfb59b⋯.jpg (282.3 KB, 1259x947, 1259:947, fbe85cb5f2f5813fd0a6b8cf64….jpg)


This. I wonder if we can get these judges to sign some "petition of solidarity" or some leftist nonsense and get them to out themselves even more.

f6cf94 No.9252590


7b4976 No.9252594

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


Here is a case were Friedland supposedly had a conflict of interest due to her husband working at Cisco.

http:// archive.is/IzfjP

Getting into tinfoil territory maybe, but including just in case.

5d844e No.9252621

File: 5a2cad7f0f325b4⋯.jpg (79.12 KB, 366x290, 183:145, 5a2cad7f0f325b45c36a4eba50….jpg)


No need, anon-san. Check the OP.

5866d6 No.9252637

File: d7a79fc0132e5fa⋯.jpg (48.66 KB, 780x868, 195:217, judge-richard-clifton.jpg)

RICHARD CLIFTON has a face now

5866d6 No.9252675

File: b19cec7174b216c⋯.jpg (7.53 KB, 320x182, 160:91, height-182-no_border-width….jpg)


he went to yale

skull-n-bones appointed by bush

7b4976 No.9252695

File: 48bb81dbb6161fd⋯.jpeg (338.52 KB, 2000x1125, 16:9, traitors.jpeg)

7b4976 No.9252782



Decent background info on Friedland found on Alliance for Justice website.

http:// archive.is/JZAgj

cbc4af No.9252846


They look like freaking aliens.

35a53c No.9252866

File: 465aff05308c3d9⋯.jpg (324.5 KB, 800x569, 800:569, Snake-Charmer-Charming-a-T….jpg)


Amazing how much they sellout

6f341b No.9252882




7659e6 No.9253277


feecc5 No.9253347


Also another case against the courts would be that they have no business with immigration.

Fiallo v. Bell

430 U.S. 787 (1977)

>The Court stressed that Congress, not the courts, has the sole power to decide who to admit and exclude for immigration purposes, noting, “[t]his Court has repeatedly emphasized that ‘over no conceivable subject is the legislative power of Congress more complete than it is over’ the admission of aliens.”

7b4976 No.9253385

I'm not a lawyer, so my thinking that this is relevant may be wrong.

Paper written by Friedland

https:// www.jstor.org/stable/4099327?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

Also, executive order 9066 was never overturned.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korematsu_v._United_States


7b4976 No.9253476

Sort of interesting is loosely related. An excerpt from the Notre Dame Law Review quoting Friedland in the paper I linked above.


>NOTRE DAME LAW REVIEW: Indeed, Michelle Friedland argues that the Murchison decision reflects an underlying principle that due process prevents a judge who has "publicly drawn a conclusion about a case and what its outcome should be" from ultimately judging the merits of that case. Friedland therefore argues for substantive additions to our constitutional recusal standards-specifically that a judge may not sit in a case wherein his previous public statements express a predetermined conclusion about the matter before him, display "extreme animosity" against one of the litigants, or demonstrate an intent to violate the law at issue in the case. The appellants in Caperton argue, more broadly, that Murchison requires the removal of any judge even "tainted" by the probability or appearance of bias.

7b4976 No.9253586

9th circuit hearing on Trump's EO reopened and is happening tonight at 6pm eastern time according to Fox.

938a9f No.9253693

File: c2c0a21a8fda9c4⋯.jpg (82.64 KB, 924x1024, 231:256, terrorist sam hyde.jpg)

File: 11d570f558a9634⋯.png (285.98 KB, 808x720, 101:90, sam bat.png)


>I would not object if the National Guard put a bullet in these guys

>(all under a 100% legal process of course).

in a self-defense situation

They've opened the borders to known dangers against the will of the President & American citizens. To defend ourselves against these judges (who are armed with the sword of Islam via open borders) American should have every right to kill the judges in self-defense. It is a self-defense situation, especially for anyone whose family members have already been assaulted, raped or murdered by muslims.

cddb09 No.9253821

Why doesn't the interior west split from the faggots and cucks on the left coast and form their own, new circuit?

Hell, If Florida, Georgia, and Alabama can make up the 11th circuit then there's all the reason for them to stat this process up.

08c313 No.9253937


> This is not North Korea. We do not have a "dear leader".

We should :^)

08c313 No.9253950



I really need to finish this game one day.

c86dad No.9253953

File: ea16820619197a8⋯.jpg (120.53 KB, 960x1248, 10:13, the-guillotine-large.jpg)




c86dad No.9253970


is that Orville Redenbocker?

de5945 No.9254244


If those people pose a threat to national security


3b5374 No.9254523

File: 5f4a5e9883b5e4c⋯.png (10.83 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 0112 - d17POJc.png)


>Stop being an ignorant douchenozzle

we got a visitor/shit/leftyfag here folks

4feb7d No.9254643


The 14th amendment was never legally ratified, and has no constitutional grounds because the government did not follow the proper channels to have it ratified.

71a8a7 No.9254704



Not to mention, the constitution doesn't really matter if you live within 100 miles of the border.

Read: https://archive.fo/KURSI

d80762 No.9254837


People have been trying for decades now but because the 9th circuit is the favorite stage for leftist judicial antics there's a lot of resistance to breaking apart the court.

05090a No.9254880

it's not against the law to give out public information on commies is it ?

f290b2 No.9254911

File: ffcbed23c02e119⋯.png (121.98 KB, 587x287, 587:287, niggershill.png)

I always laugh at this nigger when it tweets something, how dumb is this shill?

Is it paid to do this?

965e35 No.9254916


>any state

here's your problem

9d3f6c No.9254925


It's all about context. For example, it is illegal to give out the information on a Federal judge with the context of "go burn their house down". Even if you don't like a decision they made, they're still a Federal judge and you might just get the FBI knockin' on your door.

31253a No.9254943

I unlike most newfags here remember what happened last time baph doxed a judge

Lets hope that doesnt happen again

1de7ac No.9254978


dubs say yes, the shill is paid by David Brock

also, its like he thinks he matters or something. He really should just end it and kill himself, not like anyone would care if he just died.

9d3f6c No.9255009


I want to get paid to post.

12bf3a No.9255018


what a fucking loser this guy is.

d09459 No.9255051



Like with his telepathic mindvision?

ae0bad No.9255064


I remember, /baphomet/ got wiped clean by the BO and all of the more 1337 /baph/oles retreated to a deepweb bunker. Nobody got in legal trouble either. /baphomet/ kinda slowed down after that and wasn't kicking ass like it was around January 2015 when it was the final boss of the internet but it also made the board even more unassailable from a strategic standpoint. It was ultimately a good thing really, except for the fact that /baphomet/ is half dead now, I miss the 2015 glory days. But doxing a judge is really not cause for alarm and being a concernfag about it is fucking gay, it would be advisable to have a /pol/ bunker ready to go to for a short time if we get any heat from the Feds. If ImKikey gets v8'd for it that would be great actually since our mods are shit and compromised. We got nothing to lose by doxing judges, nigger. Calm down.

208618 No.9255121


how much you wanna bet its a 99% white hood

1de7ac No.9255138


>our mods are shit and compromised

this meme needs to die, they are not compromised, they might be shit, although I don't think that but, that was an intl and TRS talking point.

9d3f6c No.9255149

File: d33c725005a96ba⋯.png (103.65 KB, 1045x503, 1045:503, muh cultcha.png)


At least the BO is comfy.

da0e2c No.9255151

File: 87b6b0860bb01d9⋯.jpg (19.3 KB, 380x280, 19:14, HJD14.jpg)

File: 02d6e5cbfec52f8⋯.jpg (24.46 KB, 359x272, 359:272, HJD08.jpg)


totes gonna keel over in 2 years. Exactly.

callin' it now niggaboids

91d4fd No.9255169

File: c995e8f85a5ce1c⋯.png (176.06 KB, 1132x4640, 283:1160, Ruin_Life_Tactics.png)

>Drops this on the ground and walks away.

da0e2c No.9255192

File: d1aea5f041daeb9⋯.gif (962.11 KB, 500x375, 4:3, 158eb3e4d17543d32753a9fc46….gif)


How'd you forget it was because of

also hitting the entire fucking police department at the same time

Pick one or the other, not both.

Cross-trolling branches is like going over the state line with pot.






577bae No.9255212

File: 37b61beb34cc66f⋯.jpg (536.33 KB, 1854x1445, 1854:1445, berlusconi_trump.jpg)

File: 3054436d880303f⋯.jpg (107.33 KB, 1193x390, 1193:390, patco.JPG)

708171 No.9255259


non-citizens are not within the jurisdiction of the laws

765e06 No.9255293


This is my greatest fear, Trump acting defensively and letting the noose tighten like some wimpy cuck. He needs to act decisively. Create a pretext if he must.

f290b2 No.9255487


My greatest fear is that maybe Trump can't do anything about this shit. They will keep Trump busy with domestic problems and keep doing whatever the fuck they want overseas. CIA stuff

765e06 No.9255510


>My greatest fear is that maybe Trump can't do anything about this shit.

He can. He is in command of the underlying basis of all politics. He just has to be willing to use it, and use it decisively.

ae0bad No.9255549


Its really not to hard to handle both domestic and foreign policy, problem is during domestic matters that are urgent, such as the Oroville Dam situation, the President cannot focus on foreign matters all that much, be on the lookout for kikes using misdirection or taking advantage of time consuming matters to push in neocon faggotry or false flags/fiat accompli schemes through the back door.

f290b2 No.9255686



What about the shadow government?

765e06 No.9255784


It's called a shadow government because it relies on staying in the shadows and manipulating. Once you move the conflict into the realm of naked force and military deployments, you win if most of the military supports you. The reason cucks like Obama never dared martial law is because they needed to maintain the illusion to maintain their power. If Trump wants to defeat the Senate and the Merchants, he must use the power of the Praetorians and the Legions.

ae0bad No.9255838


That is going to be a problem as well, the good news about that though is that since CIA is so compartmentalized, a lot of CIA officers are actually decent people not involved in the child trafficking occult racketeering and such, his overwhelmingly positive reception when he spoke at the CIA is evidence that most CIA officers support him and it is a very specific compartmentalized 5th column that might be a threat. This election was already a deep state coup between certain half-sane patriots in FBI and military intelligence versus the CIA niggers, we need to keep that momentum going and a hostile shadow government/deep state will not be a problem. (((They))) are currently trying to smear Flynn because he allegedly met with a Russian envoy some time ago, if they succeed in a power play to oust him it is bad fucking news and evidence the CIA niggers are starting to gain leverage. I hope Flynn can stay on the administration.

765e06 No.9255862


Media is already frothing at the mouth that Trump called on non-big media outlets and they did not ask about Flynn. Cracks in the shadow governments ability to frame the debate.

f290b2 No.9255924

File: f7f22d1670bcc92⋯.jpg (31.58 KB, 600x439, 600:439, C4j12GFUkAEwt0-.jpg)



I think there's a lot going on we can't see it clearly yet.

04a1dc No.9255953


This makes me think that Trump is stress-testing the system. He's doing something the Supreme Court will ultimately uphold and affirm in the end, while having all the cucks lay their cards out on the table. They still don't know who they're dealing with. He's just having them dance to his tune and expose their thinking while he plots long-term strategy.

ae0bad No.9255987


Yeah, I have only heard the anti-Flynn shit from CNN, WaPo, NYT, and the usual suspects who have ruined their credibility for everyone but true believers. Lying MSM and Dems are not in a position to make a major power play against the administration, especially after the piss dossier attack failed. We just need to keep being vigilant and kicking the MSM even when they are down and Flynn, Bannon, etc. should be fine.

765e06 No.9255991


>I think there's a lot going on we can't see it clearly yet.

Hopefully also on the part of those who actually want to save this country.

ae0bad No.9256057


This is definitely true, he could get the travel ban passed immediately if he reissued the EO with slightly more specific wording that bypasses the 9th circus nonsense. Having the EO tied up in appeals puts pressure on the Senate to have Gorsuch approved as fast as possible, draws negative attention to judicial activists which can be leveraged, and sets the stage to have Trumps immigration policies upheld by Supreme court precedent which is unassailable politically and will last for decades to come. Even if a leftist president tries to undo Trump's immigration 8 years from now there is only so much they can do when the Supreme Court explicitly supports the wall and deportations 5-4. His ability to stack federal judges also means that if a leftist tries to pull a king nigger with EOs and simply not enforce the law 8 years from now it can get BTFO in appeals.

bea41a No.9256140


Non-citizens inside the boarders have the right to be treated lawfully. Deporting them is entirely legal.

6370e5 No.9256287


not sedition


fffc08 No.9256326


We /baph/ now?

5866d6 No.9256546



Judge William Canby:

The most senior of the three, he was appointed in 1980 by Jimmy Carter.

The 85-year-old from Minnesota studied law at Yale and in Minnesota, before going on to teach constitutional law at Arizona State University.

He usually sits in Phoenix, Arizona.

Judge Richard Clifton:

Appointed by George W. Bush, Mr Clifton, now 66, was approved in 2002.

Originally from Hawaii, he graduated from Princeton and Yale and served as a law clerk since 1975.

He is currently the only ninth circuit judge from Hawaii.

Judge Michelle Friedland:

The newest judge on the panel, she was appointed by Barack Obama in 2014.

Before joining the bench the 44-year-old Californian worked in a San Francisco law firm.

She has been honoured for her pro bono work challenging Proposition 8, a ballot initiative that made same sex marriage illegal.

5866d6 No.9256597

File: 98cecd530605fcf⋯.png (34.1 KB, 963x338, 963:338, screenshot-area-2017-02-13….png)

File: a8f4ecd2074f07d⋯.png (37.48 KB, 967x441, 967:441, screenshot-area-2017-02-13….png)

File: ff4aeefeb39d969⋯.png (69.68 KB, 975x493, 975:493, screenshot-area-2017-02-13….png)


Judge William Canby Canby Jr.

office address.

612 U.S. Courthouse

401 W. Washington St. Spc 55

Phoenix, AZ 85003-2156

5866d6 No.9256602


*as of 2011 judicial watch disclosure

a5b295 No.9256859

Kek bless our right wing death squads!

I hope and pray that these anti white judges are tarred and feathered then walked down the main streets of their cities so that we can stone them

f42741 No.9256863


Ohai, CREWSHILL. Just let you know that your lolberg tactics do not work here on /pol/. You're obviously scared of God Emperor's wrath.

Reported you to the Gestapo

f42741 No.9256870

e3075a No.9256902


>Judiciary is independent

>It's job is to check another independent branch of government

Liberals are this dumb

5e4e34 No.9256945

File: f6d4be19c44562d⋯.webm (6.32 MB, 800x450, 16:9, ultimate smug.webm)

File: 255ce6ef41b1d3a⋯.jpg (72.51 KB, 640x640, 1:1, fuck outta here.jpg)




>there are actually people that are this stupid

5e4e34 No.9256969

File: 5624e410c958c2d⋯.jpg (67 KB, 600x600, 1:1, viper kill urself.jpg)





f42741 No.9257022


>Implying sharing threads on twitter makes you a hero.

This shill is so low energy that my laptop's battery went down to 10% after looking at it,

21ca02 No.9257139


>mods not comprimised

>imkikey is learningchode/rachfag

The mods here are terrible, famalam. I'm not even sure what happened to the shitskin BO, but imkikey is running the show.

6308d9 No.9257145

File: dd4b973aceb4e34⋯.png (35.96 KB, 621x301, 621:301, flynn resigns.png)


Check'd and check this breaking news

765e06 No.9257207


Bannon will be next. Trump or his inner circle have shown they can be bullied. By next year, Trump will be isolated and either impeached for full on cuck unless he enacts a military coup.

d72f40 No.9257250


Only one is super shit, imkikey aka rachkike

30d22c No.9257324

File: 77523b6a44c29c8⋯.jpg (29.75 KB, 496x371, 496:371, 1452230476593-1.jpg)


>within its jurisdiction

A state does not have jurisdiction over foreigners THEY ARE CITIZENS OF ANOTHER COUNTRY!

1de7ac No.9257424


imkampfy is not the rachposter, idk where people got this stupid idea but learningcode is not imkampfy. This meme also needs to die

yes he is shit tho, most of the time

3f0bcc No.9257905


I sort of suspected that rachposter was weenieposter tbh fam.

b0bf72 No.9258091

this thread really hit a nerve

shills go all out

a22249 No.9258740

What do you all hope to do with these judges info? Send pizzas?

a0eb9b No.9259167


>It isn't a Muslim ban, it is a temporary limitation on several countries that we can't possibly vet

You already lost the argument by going into cuckservative defense mode while allowing the left to frame the issue. There is literally nothing wrong or illegal about it being a muslim ban nor is there anything wrong or illegal with that ban being permanent. Cuckservative talking points like "it's only temporary!" and "it's not a muslim ban!" should not be anywhere near this argument, and are a tool of the left to frame the argument in a way that delegitimizes the rightful banning of foreign nationals from our country.

765e06 No.9259230


Exactly. President has full powers here, anyone saying otherwise is trying to usurp or obfuscate. If he wants to ban everyone from every country permanently, he can.

0f6659 No.9259836


The first amendment doesn't protect dangerous cults, which Islam is.

12a9e2 No.9260140


Whenever I see that pic I see blue cancer on a red america.

259503 No.9260344

File: 5e366b80638b704⋯.jpg (166.89 KB, 675x338, 675:338, spice.jpg)

12a9e2 No.9260394


Someone needs to shoop these on the spice girls.

e57afb No.9260616


If you take your premise to its conclusion, what you're arguing for is that the entire third world can rush our borders and enjoy the benefits of being a citizen without following any of the immigration laws.

Anyone who believes this will turn out well is not thinking very critically about the issue.

82799f No.9260813

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

6aa980 No.9261105


>jewy face

259503 No.9261246

File: 1cf3c85a88334ef⋯.jpg (658.07 KB, 2000x1125, 16:9, ALL_POWERFUL_GENIIIEEEE!.jpg)

8f9a85 No.9261584

Maybe its time some of these (((people))) got Scaliad

5866d6 No.9261717






5866d6 No.9261892


I have a potential for

Richard L Clifton


17088 Via Cielo San Lorenzo CA 94580-2826

5866d6 No.9261919

File: 4f439cf586fd162⋯.png (154.03 KB, 480x326, 240:163, screenshot-area-2017-02-14….png)

File: c02b6c309306c34⋯.png (233.63 KB, 734x530, 367:265, screenshot-area-2017-02-14….png)

File: 73a5af618f0aa78⋯.png (377.42 KB, 576x566, 288:283, screenshot-area-2017-02-14….png)


confirmation needed

dc2d32 No.9262889


How does a judge have such a shitty house?

9d3f6c No.9263385


A circuit court judge only makes $211k/yr.

9d3f6c No.9263419


They don't enjoy the benefits of being a citizen. The 14th Amendment is why the court deports, not law enforcement. If an illegal crosses the border and law enforcement picks him up, then there is a deportation hearing.

Why is there a hearing? Because the 14th Amendment gives anyone within the borders the right to trial.

I don't know why so many ITT think that the 14th means billions of illegals can come rushing in. The 14th doesn't make them citizens. The 14th gives them Constitutional rights - right to trial, right to humane treatment, etc - based on Federal law instead of State law. It's why a State, like Arizona for example, can't pass a law giving border hoppers the death penalty.

Make sense?

aca6f6 No.9264178

File: 2164f7f1596896a⋯.gif (117.27 KB, 271x309, 271:309, avatar.gif)

Judge James L Fagort

ce77d5 No.9264331

File: 9583658a4ce9900⋯.png (45.37 KB, 713x539, 713:539, whatamess.png)


Fucking hell these guys really need to an hero. This is just sad. He even attempts to censor the address but then posts a link the address.

94d18b No.9264608


Hey cuck: look up the judicial act of 1802.

Jefferson did it before and Trump can do it again.


4f9b4b No.9264796



I lived right near there 3 or so years ago, it's indeed very white and some Asian. Seattle is one of the most racially homogeneous major cities in the USA, hence all the White guilt mixed with wealth and prosperity.

b3d7c7 No.9265783


>still replying to a (1)

Dude, just stop.

249635 No.9266162


ICE Officials Given Full Authority To Deport Illegal Voters, Illegals Entering US Now Have Zero Right To Legal Representation


ede42a No.9266234

File: 1e21aa3b6a358c8⋯.jpg (24.85 KB, 500x375, 4:3, when you don't get a tease….jpg)



5866d6 No.9266390

File: 526ac9c401478b9⋯.png (228.61 KB, 641x496, 641:496, screenshot-area-2017-02-14….png)

File: cea1a2f8aa8dcfc⋯.png (844.6 KB, 868x517, 868:517, screenshot-area-2017-02-14….png)

potential address for William A Quinby

51 Craig Ave Piedmont CA 94611-3701

6c7a07 No.9267700



I assure everyone here that Trump himself has personally guaranteed this mans safety and demanded a large detail protection squad for him, simply because it would be a massive propaganda victory if someone did manage to off him.

I dont think it would be smart to draw attention to yourself from that group, nor smart to try and harm this man, despite his blatant treason.

6c7a07 No.9267725


Edgy lefty/pol/ teenagers think they are being spies and saving the world, or that anyone gives a shit what they have to say. The guy who made that account is going to be in his teens at the time of creation, probably 1-4 years older now. Hes a kid who follows the system but still desires to feel edgy and rebellious, meaningful. Its like a psychological disorder related to leftists.

2eeab8 No.9268077

File: 8f41568ab862426⋯.jpg (180.26 KB, 728x696, 91:87, fuckin retard.jpg)


>blacks out personal details

>links to thread where details are posted

how fucking dumb is this retard?

2aa0e2 No.9268171


Why does he use the brush tool?

5866d6 No.9269797


Don't be such a faggot

2431c8 No.9269968


President Trump Has a Law That Will Allow Him to Bypass the 9th Circuit


c12eb6 No.9270007


>To Deport Illegal Voters

Just the voters?

982c63 No.9272590


whether or not it's really just voters that this affects, announcing it that way in press releases was a smart move for him to do.

8b936f No.9274509


a453d5 No.9276078



>Switching IPs to samefag



The tumors need to be removed.

On topic however, what is the current composition of the Supreme Court? I know Trump didn't get his guy in there yet, is there a chance they'll cuck out?

f167d8 No.9277849

File: d55b9c21600994a⋯.png (268.75 KB, 673x404, 673:404, Are you bottoming lining m….png)

>mfw (((judges))) are against us

614afb No.9279490


Alfred Theodore Goodwin

304 N Montgomery St

Ojai CA 93023-2746

(541) 549-6071

(805) 646-8431

(626) 441-2797

(541) 549-0977

John Clifford Wallace

U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit

940 Front St.

San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 557-6114

Procter Ralph Hug Jr.

2125 Pheasant Ln

Reno NV 89509-5269

Mary Murphy Schroeder

5608 N Quail Run Rd

Paradise Valley AZ 85253-5915

(480) 945-2977

Joseph Jerome Farris

1010 5th AVE #1030

Seattle, WA 98104

Harry Pregerson

5751 Rolling Rd

Woodland Hills CA 91367-4532

(818) 715-9966

(818) 715-9967

Dorothy W. Nelson

725 Arden RD

Pasadena, CA 91106

(626) 449-1039

(626) 449-3310

William C Canby Jr.

5825 E Lewis Ave

Scottsdale AZ 85257-1970

Stephen Roy Reinhardt

4 Lighthouse ST #18

Marina Del Rey CA 90292-5939

John Thomas Noonan Jr.

2119 Farmington Pl

Livermore CA 94550-6423

(925) 449-4034

Diarmuid F. O'Scannlain

3919 SW Mount Adams DR

Portland, OR 97239

Edward Leavy

31078 SW Country View LN

Wilsonville, OR 97070

Stephen S Trott

2089 E Goodman CT

Boise, ID 83712

(208) 384-1518

Ferdinand F. Fernandez

117 W Arrow Hwy

Upland CA 91786-5239

(909) 981-5757

Andrew J Kleinfeld

759 Cranberry Ridge Dr

Fairbanks AK 99712-1102

(907) 457-8691

Michael Daly Hawkins

7601 N Central Ave Unit 5

Phoenix AZ 85020-4080

Atsushi Wallace Tashima

2315 N Vermont AVE

Los Angeles, CA 90027-1238

(323) 662-7344

Barry G Silverman

6625 N 13th St

Phoenix AZ 85014-1405

Raymond Corley Fisher

13841 Valley Vista Blvd

Sherman Oaks CA 91423-4650

(805) 564-1130

(818) 995-4808

Richard Randall Clifton

2475 Makiki Heights Dr

Honolulu HI 96822-2547

614afb No.9279512


Stephen Roy Reinhardt

4 Lighthouse St Apt 18

Marina Del Rey, CA 90292-5939

Judge Ann Marie Donnelly

United States District Court, Eastern District of New York

225 Cadman Plaza East

Courtroom 4GN

Brooklyn, New York 11201

Telephone: (718) 613-2220

Ann M Donnelly

860 Carroll St

Brooklyn NY 11215-1702

Judge Leonie Milhomme Brinkema

United States District Court Eastern District of Virginia

Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse

401 Courthouse Square

Alexandria, VA 22314

Leonie M Brinkema

3030 Sylvan Dr

Falls Church VA 22042-4314

James Block Zagel

United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois

Courtroom: 2503 | Chambers: 2588 | Telephone #: (312) 435-5713

Everett McKinley Dirksen United States Courthouse

219 South Dearborn Street

Chicago, IL 60604

James B. Zagel

445 E North Water St Apt 1601

Chicago IL 60611-5548

District Judge Thomas Zilly

Judge Thomas S. Zilly Chambers

Western District of Washington | United States District Court

The Honorable Thomas S. Zilly

United States Courthouse

700 Stewart Street, Suite 15229

Seattle, WA 98101 - 9906

Chambers: (206) 370-8830

Judicial Assistant: (206) 370-8832

Case Administrator: (206) 370-8458

Proposed Orders: zillyorders@wawd.uscourts.gov

Courtroom: Suite 15206

Thomas Samuel Zilly

3116 Cascadia Ave S

Seattle WA 98144-6216

(206) 723-2768

(206) 722-3106

Allison Dale Burroughs

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Courtroom Number

17, 5th Floor

John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse

1 Courthouse Way, Suite 2300

Boston, Massachusetts 02210


Allison D Burroughs

70 Moffat Rd

Waban MA 02468-1115

(617) 277-2857

Matthew Segal

The ACLU of Massachusetts

211 Congress Street

Boston, MA 02110

(617) 482-3170

Magistrate Judge Judith G. Dein

U. S. District Court, District of Massachusetts

Courtroom Number

15, 5th Floor

John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse

1 Courthouse Way, Suite 2300

Boston, Massachusetts 02210


Judith Gail Dein

737 Charles River St

Needham MA 02492-1006

(781) 431-1710

Anthony D. Romero


125 Broad Street, 18th Floor

New York NY 10004


Anthony Romero

40 Remsen ST #1

Brooklyn, NY 11201

(212) 563-7004

James Lewis Robart

1846 E Shelby St

Seattle WA 98112-2022

(206) 325-9357



614afb No.9279536



Samuel Anthony Alito, Jr.

Samuel A Alito, Martha B Alito

PO Box 15516

Washington, DC 20003-0516

(973) 403-8768

Samuel A Alito

Age 65

Current Phone Number

(973) 403-8768

Current Address

8 Westover Terrace

West Caldwell, NJ 07006-7722

Martha A Bomgardner

Age 61

Current Phone Number

(973) 403-8768

Current Address

80 Westover

West Caldwell, NJ 07006

Stephen G Breyer

Age: 65+


• 1418 35th St NW

• Washington, DC 20007-2805

John G Roberts Jr., Jane M Roberts

Age: 60-64

6805 Meadow Lane

Chevy Chase, MD 20815-5017

Antonin S Scalia, Maureen M Scalia

Age: 65+

6713 Wemberly Way

Mclean, VA 22101-1529


Anthony M Kennedy, Mary D Kennedy

Age: 65+

6819 Wemberly Way

Mc Lean, VA 22101-1533

Clarence T Thomas, Virginia Lamp Thomas

Age: 65+

PO Box 393

Fairfax Station, VA 22039-0393

6665 Rutledge Dr

Fairfax Station, VA 22039-1733

(703) 764-0642

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, born 15 March 1933 in Brooklyn,

700 New Hampshire Ave NW

Washington, DC 20037-2407


Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s daughter

Jane C Ginsburg

Age: 55-59

601 W 113th St Apt 10d

New York, NY 10025-9715

(212) 866-6464

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s son

James Steven Ginsburg

5312 N Magnolia Ave

Chicago, IL 60640-2205


James S Ginsburg

Current Phone Number

(202) 298-6515

Current Address

700 New Hampshire

Washington, DC 20037

Sonia Marie Sotomayor

2100 11th St NW Apt 302

Washington, DC 20001-8028


Elena Kagan, Age 50

425 8th St NW, Apt 627

Washington, DC 20004-2110

614afb No.9279557

File: d942c1101688e5b⋯.png (485.92 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

000000 No.9279636


Windows? You are either a terrible shill or a dumbass that just put themselves on the Dark State's watchlist.

614afb No.9279739

File: 9feec4878d2db79⋯.png (4.79 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, James Lewis Robart 1846 E ….png)

File: d757cf254ef9b19⋯.png (177.51 KB, 1036x531, 1036:531, TRAITOR1.png)

File: f961b544a9309eb⋯.png (186.36 KB, 1038x531, 346:177, TRAITOR2.png)


Let them come get me, I don't care.

Traitor Judge Who Stopped Trumps Immigration Order


James Lewis Robart

1846 E Shelby St

Seattle WA 98112-2022

08fce1 No.9279847

File: eb1655a3e9b88b7⋯.png (218.66 KB, 898x1788, 449:894, 2017-02-16_17-59-49.png)

>College student who filmed professor’s anti-Trump rant fights suspension


>“It’s unfair for the teacher to be secretly recorded. The student should have talked to the professor and voiced his opinions, then the fallout would’ve been avoidable,” one student told the Los Angeles Times.

a328fd No.9280598


Amazing really when you think about it.

5866d6 No.9283562

File: 42218191391c779⋯.png (4.38 KB, 197x49, 197:49, screenshot-area-2017-02-16….png)

File: e93e9c98923725f⋯.png (40.18 KB, 290x773, 290:773, screenshot-area-2017-02-16….png)

File: 7903a9d9b8ecb70⋯.png (41.61 KB, 260x771, 260:771, screenshot-area-2017-02-16….png)

File: ecea59d03117272⋯.png (34.01 KB, 191x737, 191:737, screenshot-area-2017-02-16….png)

5866d6 No.9283626

File: 5721994dbdf2ebf⋯.png (31.62 KB, 757x440, 757:440, screenshot-area-2017-02-16….png)

File: 1684d8a9ca208d4⋯.png (17.15 KB, 552x121, 552:121, screenshot-area-2017-02-16….png)

charles 'crybaby' schumer

9 Prospect Park W Apt 10b Brooklyn NY 11215-1741

ba6cd6 No.9283787

>the constitution

Trump's executive order banned individuals from 7 countries that all had the same majority religion, and exempted anyone who was from a minority religion. The effect of the law was that all individuals from said 7 countries who were members of that specific religion were barred from entry. The "establishment clause" of the constitution holds that our laws may not target any specific religion. Accordingly, the judges found the executive order unconstitutional. Had it blanket banned all individuals from those countries, it would not have violated this clause.

>hivemind support welcome

Do not become a part of a hivemind. Think for yourself, and you might understand why certain things are the way they are. I am not going to say you should not support Trump. Support whomever you want, but do not blindly place yourself into an Us vs Them mentality and disregard the facts.

5866d6 No.9283811


non citizens don't have constitutional rights.

ba6cd6 No.9283939


First of all, that's not entirely true. Aside from the fact that the 14th amendment effectively makes the whole damn thing apply universally to everyone in every state, a lot of the constitution is careful to use the words "person" and "people" rather than "American(s)" or "citizen(s)".

Second of all, the first amendment doesn't merely protect individuals' rights, it is an outright prohibition on the use of religion in lawmaking. If you want to make a law, it has to apply to literally everyone. And really, that's probably for the better. If a terrorist wanted to come in, they'd just pretend to be Christian. Taqiyya allows them to do that without angering Allah.

5866d6 No.9284040


non citizens do not have constitutional rights

5c9eb9 No.9284318


The constitution refers to persons (anybody) and the people (citizens), recall that the constitutions preamble and how the people is used in this document.

8ff039 No.9284410


The preamble is not law.

5c9eb9 No.9284565


The preamble does however define the constitution, its job, and its basis.

8de5c3 No.9284615


>First of all, that's not entirely true.

Only in the sense that non-citizens on US soil also have rights.

These rights do not, however, extend to foreign people on foreign soil applying to come into the US.

First amendment provides religious freedom within the US. It does not state that a group cannot be banned from entry.

9f829d No.9284640


that's because islam is a craft of the vatican, and you're wrong a terrorist would be catholic muslims believe that the real Christianity is truly the false

ede42a No.9284649

File: ada08a15d23e958⋯.png (571.48 KB, 881x587, 881:587, pondering.png)

8de5c3 No.9284725


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8de5c3 No.9284958


What part of the constitution?

ede42a No.9285011



8de5c3 No.9285123


What part of the constitution?

ede42a No.9285168


where does it say that applies to anyone outside the U.S?

The U.S could totally close it's doors to fucking everybody and it'd be fine

there's nothing saying we can't

8de5c3 No.9285175


>Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof...

This would disallow any laws prohibiting the free exercise of islam. It says nothing about not allowing restrictions on the entry of foreigners adherent to islam.

5866d6 No.9285210


>repeating yourself in redtext

thats exactly what the 9th circus did hypocrite

69d7c3 No.9285238


The trouble with that is there have been other Amendments and SCOTUS decisions - not to mention foreign treaties - since the ratification of the First Amendment that expand and/or clarify the establishment clause.

Our system of law is not based on "first come, first serve"; rather, on the continued procedural jurisprudence of the United States. The Constitution is a fluid, changing document. It was never meant to be carved in stone and immutable.

ede42a No.9285252

File: 2133b1543444b97⋯.jpg (55.73 KB, 498x460, 249:230, retarded sysem.jpg)


>Read what this liberal court who is doing everything in it's power to get trump's executive orders thrown out


read the constitution you dumb nigger

but then you'll tell me to read some bill

and then i'll tell you it doesn't apply to non-us citizens

and then you'll tell me to read this paper

and then i'll tell you it's a paper, not a legally binding document

and then you'll tell me to read the communist manifesto and how no nation should have borders

and i'll tell you to get into a gas chamber

8de5c3 No.9285254


So in other words, you can't actually point to the part in the constitution that says this isn't allowed, as I've requested you to multiple times?

69d7c3 No.9285264


The establishment clause of the First Amendment + Lemon v. Kurtzman + Larson v. Valente.

5866d6 No.9285275


then show me the part of the constitution where it says that it applies to non citizens?

69d7c3 No.9285287


14th Amendment. Immigrants are under US jurisdiction.

No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

5866d6 No.9285298


they aren't in US jurisdiction abroad you fucking retard

ede42a No.9285306





69d7c3 No.9285315



As far back as 1896, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that:

“The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution is not confined to the protection of citizens. It says: ’Nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the law.’ These provisions are universal in their application to all persons within the territorial jurisdiction, without regard to any differences of race, of color, or nationality; and the equal protection of the laws is a pledge of the protection of equal laws.”

8de5c3 No.9285320


>First Amendment

I've already dismantled argument here: >>9285175

>Lemon v. Kurtzman + Larson v. Valente.

So, not the constitution.

5866d6 No.9285326


>territorial jurisdiction

you don't know the territories are the states do you?

69d7c3 No.9285329


Supreme Court decisions are Law of the Land. They cannot be just ignored.

8de5c3 No.9285336


Yes, it applies to non-citizens on US soil.

This pilpul bullshit isn't going to work here, shlomo. You're purposefully obfuscating the difference between someone in the US and some random Somali in Somalia who is absolutely no entitled to any of our rights here in America.

69d7c3 No.9285339


It's obvious to me that you're basing your argument completely on your feelings and have no idea how the law works in the United States.

Wong Wing v. United States, 163 U.S. 228 (1896) dismantles your entire argument, but you "don't accept it" because you don't agree with it; yet it is Law of the Land as defined in Article VI of the Constitution of the United States.

ede42a No.9285340

File: 50d4b9fc0cf9146⋯.webm (4.79 MB, 400x225, 16:9, let me laugh even harder.webm)


Guess what dip shit

Territory means fucking territories the u.s owns

as in guam, wake island, etc

it's not that fucking hard to comprehend

why do you even WANT more migrants?

i know why, because you're a /leftypol/ retard who's trying to act intellectual by simply blowing off every previous statement

8de5c3 No.9285346


Yeah, they can be. They can be overturned. New precedents can be set. Court decisions are not the constitution. You can shove your "living document" up your ass.

5866d6 No.9285349

File: 8f7bdde347659cb⋯.jpg (16.36 KB, 350x200, 7:4, dibler man.jpg)


do you understand the entire world isn't under us jurisdiction?

8de5c3 No.9285355


I didn't realize the entire world was apparently under America's jurisdiction

5866d6 No.9285360


it is pretty damn simple,


69d7c3 No.9285361


Trump's EO prevents actual Green Card holders, who are under US jurisdiction, from re-entering the United States. This is a clear violation of several Amendments as well as Supreme Court decisions.

Trump's ban has been dismantled and is unenforceable and all your fee-fees isn't going to change that.

69d7c3 No.9285378


>They can be overturned.

But they haven't been overturned.

Trump's EO has been overturned. Accept it. Hell, even Trump has accepted it and that's why he's rewriting his EO.

5866d6 No.9285385




you are the one wasting your time.

5866d6 No.9285387



your le ebbib leddit spacing is gay

8de5c3 No.9285388


None of that is relevant to the argument at hand. This discussion is over whether the EO is constitutional. Nothing in the constitution is violated by the EO. Foreigners on foreign soil do not have constitutional rights.

ede42a No.9285412

File: e11c4d1c9484490⋯.webm (545.12 KB, 478x480, 239:240, kill yo self nigga.webm)



>I'm wrong so i'm just gonna redirect this to the fact that it's being re-written

i really wish /pol/ had flags so i could tell if you were a fucking mud, go back to your jewish masters

8de5c3 No.9285454


Freedom of religion wasn't violated famalam

ede42a No.9285481

File: 8da9a4cba0e8f92⋯.gif (932.53 KB, 245x245, 1:1, you might as well kill you….gif)


The law isn’t based on religion

ede42a No.9285533


You do realize him actually doing what he said isn't a bad thing?

also, WHERE does it say that in his executive order

you're logic is extremely communist

5866d6 No.9285543

File: 0b28cbf8212b382⋯.gif (1.31 MB, 606x359, 606:359, 975edc.gif)


>openly aligning yourself with known terrorist states

wew boy those mental gymnastics

9d845e No.9285919

James Robart & Marl Jalbin are weird. They have fostered six children and have had no children of their own. They say they're foster grandparents as well…



Add this to James Robart past affiliations:

Former President and Trustee, Seattle Children’s Home

Former Co-Chair of the Second Century Society (Boy Scouts of America Foundation)

Former Co-Chair, Trustee, Member, State Advisory Board of the Children’s Home Society of Washington

and it makes you wonder if he's fiddling around with children because he's a pedophile….

Apparently child sex abuse happened at the Children's Home Society as well: I also found an article related to child sex abuse at the Children's Home Society: http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/former-counselor-pleads-guilty-to-child-sex-abuse/

(I wonder if it happened while he was the co-chair/trustee?)

1412b9 No.9287200

File: ead6472a1d185a0⋯.png (168.53 KB, 600x375, 8:5, white text with black bord….png)


also you, like trump, seem to not realize how the government works in cases like this - this is not sedition, it is nothing more than due process.

the judicial branch functions as a balance for the executive branch here, and it's doing its job.

I happen to agree that we need less immigrants, the time for them has come and gone, we should be educating our CURRENT populace and bettering every level of our infrastructure with those educated people

however, this is prevented by the shitshow that public (and private, secondary education tuition has risen at something like 10x the rate of inflation, thanks reagan!) education has become, and for public education's fall I firmly believe the fault lies in Texas

you know, Texas, who determines what goes into the textbooks that the rest of the country's schools use.

e96e6b No.9287333


due process only exists when the system wants it to exist.

81151b No.9289608


sleep snug, smug

81151b No.9289621


>I've never seen the legal definiton of a person: The post

a14bb6 No.9289641

As chairperson of the DHS can't trump just change the vetting process ASAP?

3a0468 No.9290319


eat shit and die fucking cuck, ban this retard already

3a0468 No.9290348


Can we the admins check his IP and see if he is posting from leftypol? That place needs to get deleted if they keep trying to raid us

91d4fd No.9290568

File: 4122767dea43a42⋯.png (346.34 KB, 1000x5000, 1:5, 1371841754393.png)

File: 232d3fbf590a584⋯.png (2.74 KB, 1x1, 1:1, placeholder.png)

>Drops this on the ground and walks away.

5866d6 No.9290612


thanks for finding the pedogate connection anon

69d7c3 No.9290613


>ban this retard

It's a (1). What makes you so sure it isn't banned?

5866d6 No.9290681

File: 80fff3b98e21424⋯.png (2.52 KB, 299x33, 299:33, op.png)


nice try

73242d No.9290720


OP isn't, but read the thread. Some people are.

73242d No.9290726


>he thinks that disclaimer will protect the thread

Hope you all got 7 proxies

5866d6 No.9290730


that remains to be seen in a court of a law.

69d7c3 No.9290734

5866d6 No.9290778


>houston texas

found the jewish cowboy.

69d7c3 No.9290784


Yippie-yay Oy Vey!

69d7c3 No.9290796


Though, it's actually not surprising. Harris County went Clinton. Houston got cucked hard.

5866d6 No.9290848



steers and queers anons…steers and queers

a14bb6 No.9291056


anyone? why even bother with an executive order ban? why cant he just change the policy in the DHS?

691bc7 No.9295673


Trump is doing the same thing the past several presidents have done. Suddenly, like magic, the establishment has a problem with this. DHS reform will be swift and brutal, but the battle doesn't start until the march ends.

Remove Kebab


000000 No.9305096

All this dox info, and we do nothing with it. We should be ruining these people's lived for the next two years at least.

Not for Trump, he is just a lucky break for us.

The white man has been given his very last chance to make things right. If Trump is taken out by the (((establishment))), (((they))) will make sure that nothing like him happens within the next century at least.

By that time, any hope we still have now will have been long lost, an issue that Hitler did not have, and I believe did not even consider, so unbelievable our situation would have seemed to him just 80 years ago.

Both Europe and America will soon be so tainted by black skin and black religion that even large scale purification genocides will not be enough to properly cleanse the blood of our children.

Time is not on our side. (((Time))) is actively working against us. Every single minute, somewhere in the world, another white girl is being (((subverted))), and another young white lad is being turned into miserable mewling mess to be conquered by the black man. Very soon, statistics are going to start killing us off mathematically as well. We are dying out.

There are many people, like these judges, who need to start disappearing. They need to start being afraid of pushing (((their globalist agenda))). Race traitors always hang first.

We have our final charge, a last, small window of opportunity to make things right, to try to unwind the knotted and degenerate state of society. We should be grasping at this chance, but instead we are sitting back and jacking off in a circle together, muttering about how this liberal did this, that liberal did that, how unbelievable it all is and how they shouldn’t be getting away with it. This is all a waste of our most precious and valuable resource: time. We are at the "all or nothing" point of no return, and if we don’t act soon, we are going to loose absolutely *everything*.

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