by Scott Creighton
At first it was a “Muslim ban”. Then it was a “travel ban”. But let’s call it what it is… a ban on cheap labor shipped over from destabilized countries made up of refugees the Obama administration has created with their endless Globalist Free Market Wars and his “moderate” terrorists, his CIA company men, that helped destabilize them.
Yesterday, the Ninth Circuit Court in San Fransisco voted 3-0 to usurp national and constitutional law and uphold the Temporary Restraining Order issued by Judge James L. Robart on behalf of the plaintiffs, the states of Washington and Minnesota along with a number of Big Businesses from those states. Their argument (once you got past the PR bullshit that Microsoft, Amazon and other only cared about keeping some woman from visiting her sister here in the states that just happened to be working at Amazon or some such crap) is that the ban would hurt their business by keeping them from profiting off the cheap labor.
“Microsoft, Amazon, and Expedia have filed a lawsuit basically claiming the Trump executive order is going to hurt their profit margins because the cheap labor provided by the refugees will be unavailable now.” Scott Creighton
“A federal judge in Washington has joined several of his counterparts across the country in ruling against the federal government’s executive order that restricts citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
In the suit, which was filed by the State of Washington earlier in the week, officials from Expedia and Amazon filed formal legal declarations saying that their employees are directly affected by the President Donald Trump’s policy. Expedia further explained that its business interests would be negatively impacted if the executive order was allowed to stand.” Ars Technica
“Both Amazon and Expedia are also preparing statements that demonstrate the order’s negative impact on their business.” CNBC
Judge Robart’s decision did not overturn Trump’s executive order, all it did was issue a temporary ban on the restriction based on Robart’s opinion that there was a possibility of the suit’s success in the future.
What that did was keep the doors open a little longer for Obama’s terrorists to file into the country so they can start their new lives (and new jobs at Microsoft, Amazon, Expedia and Starbucks) after terrorizing places like Syria and Libya, just like the CIA and State Department promised them. Can you say “special immigrant visas”?
On Tuesday, he and other DHS officials announced additional exceptions to the order. Iraqi nationals will now be eligible for entry using Special Immigrant Visas, which are granted to people who worked for or on behalf of the U.S. government in Iraq, officials said.” Elise Folley
The Ninth Circuit ruling is a striking example of judicial reactionary activism gone too far… on behalf of Big Business. Like we haven’t seen that before. Ironically enough, it is being couched in the complicit press as an example of the “liberalism” of the court when nothing could be further from the truth.
Listen to how the Ninth Circuit twists logic to come to their pro-Business decision:
“The decision was handed down by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in San Francisco. It upheld a ruling last Friday by a federal district judge, James L. Robart, who blocked key parts of the travel ban, allowing thousands of foreigners to enter the country.
The appeals court acknowledged that Mr. Trump was owed deference on his immigration and national security policies. But it said he was claiming something more — that “national security concerns are unreviewable, even if those actions potentially contravene constitutional rights and protections.” New York Times
Essentially, what the Ninth Circuit has done is too say “yes, the president does have authority to do this… but we have the authority to second guess who he considers to pose a threat to the national interests”… that the president’s decision regarding national security concerns are not “unreviewable”
The Times goes on to explain the ruling basically asks how many terrorists have come over from these countries and killed people in the past and suggests there isn’t enough prior cause to suggest Obama’s “moderate” terrorists in Syria would do anything harmful here in this country.
Or, more accurately, they suggest the RISK of them doing something like that is far outweighed by the PROFITS these cheap laborers will provide our national interests, in this case, Starbucks, Microsoft, Amazon and Expedia.
Pretty “liberal” of them huh?
Some “news” agencies are reporting the Trump administration has been dealt a terrible blow with this one. I doubt it.
Post 9/11, who the hell is going to side with a bunch of judges who presume to know more about the security of the nation state than the president and his host of national security advisors? Of course, the CIA and the State Department are going to help the Ninth Circuit push it’s ruling because, they all work for Big Business anyway.
In terms of public opinion… I know people don’t care much for that in this “democracy” of ours… the VAST majority of Americans sided with Trump on this one. Whether it’s because they are “terrified of the big bad MooOoooOoolems” or because they have enough common sense to realize this ruling helps keep their pay scale trending on the constant downward spiral, who knows. But the fact is, most American supported the temporary restrictions set in place by Trump. As if that mattered anymore in this country.
The ruling is almost certain to be brought before the Supreme Court some time in the future. That is, if we ever get a full Supreme Court again.
Meanwhile you can expect an endless barrage of hearts and minds propaganda like the crap we were made to suffer through watching the Super Bowl. All kinds of images of little girls fighting across the fictional wastelands of Mexico to get to ‘Merika! so they can craft stupid little flags from the torn Monsanto corn bags they collected along the way.
Meanwhile, the (near) slave trade is booming with the usual suspects cashing in.
“On November 15, 2016 GEFIRA published evidence they had gathered that various NGOs were utilizing a fleet of more than a dozen boats in the Mediterranean to illegally transport migrants from the North African coast to Italy. GEFIRA used AIS Marine Traffic (Ship-tracking software) signals, Twitter and the live reports of a Dutch journalist on board of the ship Golfo Azzurro to document alleged collaboration between NGOs, the Italian Coast Guard and smugglers coordinate their actions. The ships were caught on radar moving between the Italian and Libyan coast moving migrants into the EU…
The Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) was founded in 2014 by entrepreneurs Christopher and Regina Catrambone. MOAS operates the ships the Topaz Responder and the Phoenix in the migrant fleet. Mr. Catrambone was listed as a major donor to Hillary Clinton, giving over $416,000 to her presidential campaign bid in 2016. Another major supporter of MOAS is avaaz.org, who donated €500,000 to MOAS’ “search and rescue operations.” Avaaz.org was founded by Moveon.org, an American organization owned by George Soros. Avaaz.org acts as the European branch for Moveon.org.
For those of you on the fake left who are wrapped up in your warm blanket of self-satisfaction and think you are standing on the side of the poor and downtrodden refugees, think again. You’re on the side of Starbucks, Microsoft, Amazon and Expedia in their never ever quest to race to the bottom of U.S. pay-scales by bringing in cheap labor, near slave labor, from all the countries ObamaGod destabilized over his 8-year “liberal” rule.
And they are also bringing in his “moderate” terrorists on those “special immigrant visas” after they served their time working for the deep state, raping, burning, pillaging nation after nation. If these are the kinds of folks you want serving you your $8 cup of coffee on Monday morning, be my guest. Enjoy the moment. It wont last. Never forget… once a company man, always a company man.