DAILYKENN.com -- A prospective Democrat and her child nearly got away. However, U.S. district judge Emmet Sullivan, a jurist of color, ordered the flight carrying the mother and daughter to turn around mid-flight.
The judge also ordered
the government to stop removing plaintiffs in the case from the country who are seeking protection from gang and domestic violence.
That, of course, sets a dangerous precedent: Illegal aliens wishing to live in the nation built by racist white people will simply need to put themselves at risk from gang and domestic violence; providing the aliens are women and children.
Aliens tend to support Democratic Party candidates by a wide margin.
In a federal courtroom in Washington on Thursday, a judge heard about something the Trump administration had just done that clearly angered him. The government, he learned, had deported an immigrant mother and daughter who are plaintiffs in the lawsuit the judge was hearing over asylum restrictions.
So the judge did something highly unusual: He demanded the administration turn around the plane carrying the plaintiffs to Central America and bring them back to the United States. And he ordered the government to stop removing plaintiffs in the case from the country who are seeking protection from gang and domestic violence.
The jurist did something else out of the ordinary: He stated that if the government did not comply, "Attorney General Jefferson Sessions, III; Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen; U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service Director Lee Francis Cissna; and Executive Office of Immigration Review Director James McHenry, preferably accompanied by their attorneys, shall be ORDERED to appear in Court to SHOW CAUSE why they should not be held in CONTEMPT OF COURT ... "
The U.S. district judge, Emmet Sullivan, of the District of Columbia, was presiding over a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and Center for Gender and Refugee Studies on Tuesday. He had earlier been assured by the government in open court that no plaintiffs in the suit would be deported before midnight Friday.
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