OUR LEADER SPEAKS AT A NASHVILLE RALLY ON MARCH 15, 2017.
President Donald Trump, drawing energy from the people, spoke at a rally in Nashville, Tennesee on Wednesday.
Part of his talk sought to rally anyone who might be discouraged by another liberal judge, this one in Hawaii, halting his second travel ban from six countries that were named by former President Obama as terrorist strongholds.
The President vows to ensure the public safety by continuing to fight to ultimate victory.
President Donald Trump responded to the nationwide restraining order issued on his revised travel ban on Wednesday, calling the temporary halt an “unprecedented judicial overreach.”
Speaking to supporters at a rally in Nashville, the president said that the latest iteration was a “watered-down version” of the original executive order and that he would challenge the ruling up to the Supreme Court, if necessary.
“We’re going to fight this terrible ruling, we’re going to take our case as far it needs to go in the Supreme Court,” Trump said. “We’re going to win, we’re going to keep our citizens safe, and regardless, we’re going to keep our citizens safe, believe me.
“You don’t think this was done by a judge for political reasons? No! This ruling makes us look weak! Which by the way we no longer are believe me,” the president added.
Trump also said he wanted to return to the first ban, which targeted even more immigrants and was also blocked by a federal court.
“I think we ought to go back to the first [ban], and go all the way,” he said. “That’s what I wanted to do in the first place.”
Earlier on Wednesday, a federal judge in Hawaii blocked Trump’s second attempt at a travel ban aimed at six Muslim-majority countries, which was set to go in effect a day later on Thursday. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson argued in his ruling that the revised executive order still discriminated on the basis of nationality and prevented Hawaii residents from receiving visits from family members in the six affected countries, according to the Associated Press. The state also felt that the proposed ban would harm Hawaii’s tourism economy and damage Hawaiian schools and businesses seeking to recruit foreign citizens.
Hawaii was the first state to legally challenge the president’s travel ban. More than a half a dozen states are also trying to halt the order.
By the logic of Hawaii’s Judge Derrick Watson, no travel ban could ever be enacted. Japanese travelers to the U.S. would have been permitted during World War II because Japanese-Americans would be discriminated against. It seems that to Watson the public safety is of zero concern.
My fondest wish for him is that a jihadist blows his sorry ass to kingdom come. Exactly how to solve the problem of judges who put their political views above the law is difficult to reason out. Realistically, they can’t be arrested, although they should be.
JUDGE DERRICK KAHALA WATSON. YEAH, HE’S NONWHITE.