Friday, May 20
Do you still think the emperor is honest? What if you learned that a federal judge had accused the emperor's hand-picked DoJ of "deliberate acts of untruthfulness"?
It should be obvious that DoJ attorneys wouldn't lie unless the head of the "justice department" and the emperor had agreed on that totally illegal--and normally-outrageous--tactic.
For those of you too busy making a living and raising your kids to worry about esoterica like "the Constitution," or "unconstitutional actions" here's a summary: A couple of years ago Obama issued one of his many decrees, this time ordering federal employees not to enforce valid U.S. law on illegal immigration. This amounted to amnesty for anyone who managed to make it into the country illegally.
Twenty-six states filed a lawsuit challenging this decree, claiming that the Constitution required the president to "faithfully enforce the laws" of the U.S., and that laws had to be passed by congress.
The suit asked the judge to overturn the decree. And since it was virtually impossible to find and deport illegal aliens once they vanished into the population, the states asked that while the suit was in progress, the judge order the emperor to enforce existing law and cease giving green cards to illegal aliens.
The judge agreed, and so ordered. The emperor's immigration people promised that they wouldn't issue any more green cards to illegals until the suit was settled.
But stunningly and totally unexpectedly, the emperor's pro-illegal minions continued issuing green cards, in violation of the judge's order. And when confronted with witness testimony they falsely claimed they had done no such thing. That is, they lied. To a federal judge.