JUDGES BLOCK OF PRES TRUMP’S REVISED EXEC ORDER ON 6 COUNTRIES VIOLATES ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE

Posted on March 16, 2017

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ACLJ: “A federal district judge in Hawaii has just issued a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) blocking the key provisions of the President’s revised Executive order that pauses the refugee program and admittance of foreign nationals from 6 terrorist hotbeds (Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen) until thorough vetting can be put in place.
The court disturbingly ruled that these two provisions – pausing refugees and foreign national entry from 6 nations – target Muslims and violate the Establishment Clause.
The court created a constitutional crisis where none existed. The court’s Establishment Clause analysis is fundamentally flawed and ignores the separation of powers. Worst of all, it puts our national security at risk.”

The EO focuses on no religion. Political disagreements are not enough to support such an action by the court. Pres Trump made his decision for the safety of the American people.

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ACLJ: Judge’s Ruling that New Executive Order Violates the Establishment Clause “Fundamentally Flawed”

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