The arch enemies of the political scene have another great battle to attend to.
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Do you remember Derrick Watson? If you don’t let me give you a hint. Hw was an Obama-appointed judge from Hawaii. And he was responsible for the whole “activist judge” plot twist that was (successfully) used against President Trump for four years.
He totally abused his authority, as a matter of fact, he has done exactly what he was appointed to do!
No wonder, since they’re both college buddies from Harvard!
Well, now the time has finally come for President Trump to turn this in his favor.
According to blogger Don Surber,
“President Trump-appointed judges are stopping Josef Biden from bending the law to his will.
Fox reported, “Judge Terry Doughty of the Western District of Louisiana implemented a nationwide injunction on the Biden administration’s “pause” on new oil and gas leases, saying that the president does not have the authority to overrule laws requiring the administration to sell those leases.”
Doughty’s order said, “Although there is certainly nothing wrong with performing a comprehensive review, there is a problem in ignoring acts of Congress while the review is being completed.”
Then there was Judge Amal Thapar’s stopping of a racist and sexist program to delay and deny covid 19 relief to white men.
Writing for a majority of three appellate judges, Thapar said, “This case is about whether the government can allocate limited coronavirus relief funds based on the race and sex of the applicants. We hold that it cannot. Because these race-neutral alternatives exist, the government’s use of race is unconstitutional. Aside from the existence of race-neutral alternatives, the government’s use of racial preferences is both overbroad and underinclusive.”
Fox also reported, “Judge Dabney Fredrich ruled last month that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s moratorium on evictions was unlawful and vacated it, although she did stay her own ruling to give the government time to appeal.”
Ilya Shapiro of Cato told Fox, “What you’re seeing is that ‘pen and phone’ initiatives are running into legal trouble right off the bat.
“Trump appointed a lot of judges — more than anyone in one term other than Jimmy Carter, for whom Congress created 152 new judgeships to fill — and these folks aren’t as deferential to executive power as past Republican-appointed judges might have been.”