Tuesday, April 25, 2017


Federal court struck down Trump's executive order on sanctuary cities.

A federal judge temporarily halted Donald J. Trump's executive order on sanctuary cities.

Trump's order was challenged by the city and county of San Francisco and Santa Clara County, California.

The two areas with a population of 1.3 million residents said that the president's order exceeds a city and county's enforcement of locality. The localities are saying, "we're not federal immigration agents."

This is a major setback to the Trump fuhrecy. His executive orders regarding immigration and the so-called Muslim ban were blocked in federal court.

U.S. District Judge William Orrick issued a nationwide preliminary injunction blocking the order's enforcement, effectively preventing the administration from pulling federal funds from the sanctuary jurisdictions that sured and others that may likewise feel their federal funding is at risk if they don't get along with the fuhrer.

This ruling could impact any attempts by Trump to strip localities of federal funding.

This makes another defeat for Trump. The fuhrer is reaching 100 days and yet no accomplishments other than stealing the Supreme Court seat from then president Barack Obama.

Cities that Trump claimed were sanctuary cities were San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, Milwaukee, Honolulu, New Orleans and Miami.

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