OPINION| Lawrence David| How much damage can a single Obama appointed judge do? You decide.
Earlier today we discussed the damage that an activist left wing district court judge could inflict on an entire nation.
On Thursday U.S. District Judge Loretta C. Biggs issued a permanent nationwide injunction blocking the Trump administration from clarifying and defining the start date of determining “unlawful presence,” that was added to the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1996.
Biggs usurped the presidential authority under the 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act, and effectively shut down an effort to define the term of “unlawful presence” more accurately, nationwide.
We have Manchurian president Obama to thank for her appointment.
Back in late December, Judge Biggs also overstepped her authority.
That’s when Biggs announced she would be issuing a preliminary injunction blocking the state from making the presentation of a photo ID a requirement for voting.
Biggs’ reasons were specious at best and not founded in law:
(North State Journal) The federal judge who blocked the newest version of North Carolina’s voter identification law cited the state’s “sordid history of racial discrimination and voter suppression” as she ordered officials not to enforce the law in 2020.
U.S. District Court Judge Loretta Biggs’ decision was released Tuesday and prevents North Carolina from requiring voters to provide identification starting in 2020. The Republican leaders of the state House and Senate, however, have asked North Carolina’s Department of Justice to appeal.
State GOP spokesman Jeff Hauser explained that the judge’s preliminary injunction “is yet another example of judges legislating from the bench.”
“This action, if it is allowed to stand, will invalidate the votes of millions of North Carolinians who voted overwhelmingly to implement voter ID and strengthen the integrity of N.C. elections,”
Republicans called on Democrat Attorney General Josh Stein to appeal Biggs’ decision and defend the voters of North Carolina who overwhelmingly voted for an amendment to the state constitution requiring a photo ID to vote.
After N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, vetoed a measure to enact the requirement, Republicans in the legislature overrode his veto.
State House Speaker Tim Moore, a Republican, called on the state Board of Elections to appeal “this last-minute attempt by an activist federal judge to overturn the will of North Carolina voters.”
“To issue an injunction against one of the nation’s most lenient voter ID laws —which 34 states already have — without providing an opinion is an outrageous affront to due process, the rights of North Carolina voters, and the rule of law.”
Conflating voter identification with the color of one’s skin is condescending to Blacks. Any person, no matter of skin color, even one who is unemployed and accessing a government welfare program must have an ID to do so.
Judge Biggs’ decision, coupled with Democrats’ refusal to appeal it, suggests another example of Democrat inspired voter fraud.
(Washington, DC) Under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA), Judicial Watch sent notice-of-violation letters to 19 large counties in five states (California, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, and Colorado) that it intends to sue unless the jurisdictions take steps to comply with the law and remove ineligible voter registrations. Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act requires jurisdictions to take reasonable efforts to remove ineligible registrations from its rolls.
Questions whether voting machines, or voting procedures, in African-American communities might be rigged arose after the 2016 election.
During the last election voting machines in more than one-third of all Detroit’s precincts – 248 of the city’s 662 precincts, or 37 percent – tabulated more ballots than the entire number of voters tallied by workers in the poll books.
In 2012, 4 precincts in Fulton County Georgia also surpassed 100% turnout including one with a 154% and another with a whopping 3300% turnout.
Also in 2012, St. Lucie County, Florida had 141.1% turnout when out of 175,554 registered voters, 247,713 vote cards were cast.
It appears Democrats were leaving nothing to chance in 2012, when in 59 Philadelphia voting divisions, Mitt Romney got zero votes.
There are two things these districts all have in common – they’re predominantly minority occupied districts and they hsave as history of reporting vote totals that are almost 100% for Democrats.
North Carolina is expected to be hotly contested by President Trump and the eventual Democratic presidential nominee again in 2020. Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in North Carolina by 3.6 percentage points in 2016.