What sort of a crazy situation applies in the USA when an obscure judge, whose job involves Federal cases only in the western half of Washington state can rescind a Presidential Executive Order and extend his ruling to the whole country? Seems insane to me. But it reflects a trend in all White countries whereby courts increasingly usurp the power of elected representatives, in effect making the law as well as adjudicating on it. Just say a law or Executive Order is 'unconstitutional' and everybody must go back to base.
Being largely unaccountable they seldom hesitate to intervene and make rulings that are both unpopular and illogical. The execrable European Court Of Human Rights is probably the worst with every Third World criminal due for expulsion guaranteed a right-to-remain verdict. And what about Brexit, where the (((judges))) decided to do away with all this democratic voting nonsense? There's an admiring quote ascribed to US Chief Justice Earl Warren (arguably the guy who started the rot) as he assessed potential rulings: 'Is it fair?' he asked. Might sound nice but that criterion has nothing to do with the US Supreme Court or any court for that matter. Their job lies exclusively in interpreting the law as laid down by the relevant legislature. If they start making the law, which in effect they're doing, the whole system of checks and balances collapses.
Interestingly, but not surprisingly, capture of the judicial system ranks high on the nation-wreckers' agenda with Saul Alinsky, the Frankfurt School, Grampsci and even the Protocols Of Zion all recognising its importance. Combining this power with the broader nexus of Jewish interests is capable of achieving extraordinary results, as my case study on Yonkers shows.
Incidentally I find it interesting that when a Federal court in Texas issued an injunction halting Obama’s executive amnesty order, the administration simply ignored it and continued as before. Which raises the question of what Mr. Trump should do now. In fact I think the nation-wreckers might, just might, have shot themselves in the foot. If the President conducted a media blitz, asking 'who runs the country, elected officials or judges?' it might not reverse the decision but it would highlight the extraordinary power wielded by unelected judges.
He could also of course simply issue a new similarly-worded Executive Order and recommence enforcing the immigration law while the DoJ appeals the current Federal ruling.
In any event my bones tell me that if this gets played right the ruling could end up like the 'fake news' meme as a major own-goal.