Pictures of Obama frolicking like a school girl in Hawaii have been making their rounds across the internet. It seems the former president can finally let his slowly disappearing hair down after eight years of attempting to destroy the Constitution.
Thankfully, Obama fails at everything he tries. Otherwise he may have been successful in his efforts to turn America into a desolate Democrat wasteland, like Detroit.
But has Obama truly taken to retirement, or is he still attempting to govern this country’s affairs through underhanded methods? Several troubling aspects surrounding Obama’s surprise visit to Hawaii Wednesday have surfaced, and people are beginning to connect the dots and ask questions.
Between dining at expensive restaurants and working on his golf swing, it seems plausible Obama made time to visit his old Harvard school chum Judge Derrick Kahala Watson, whom Obama appointed five years ago. The restaurant where Obama dined on social media in a mere fourteen minute drive from Judge Watson’s courthouse.
Is it coincidence that Obama’s visit happened to coincide with Judge Watson’s outrageous ruling against President Trump’s travel order? Many don’t believe so.
Fueling speculation is the fact that Judge Watson was able to draft a 43-page ruling a mere two hours after receiving Hawaii’s request to halt the ban. Fast fingers, or premeditated?
For his part, the president has condemned Judge Watson’s actions.
From The Hill:
President Trump on Wednesday slammed a court ruling blocking his revised travel ban as “an unprecedented judicial overreach.”
Speaking at a rally in Nashville, Tenn., Trump called the ruling “terrible” and pledged to take the legal fight all the way to the nation’s highest court.
“We’re going to take our case as far as it needs to go, including all the way up to the Supreme Court,” Trump said.
“We’re going to win,” he continued. “The danger is clear. The law is clear. The need for my executive order is clear.”
The comments came just hours after a federal judge in Hawaii dealt Trump a major blow by placing a nationwide hold on the new travel ban, which was set to go into effect at midnight.
Trump appeared angered by the ruling, suggesting it was made for “political reasons” and “makes us look weak” in the fight against terrorism.
There will be other attempts to undermine Trump, but one thing is for certain. Our president will refuse to back down against the forces moving to strip him of his Constitutional authority. It is the president’s right to limit immigration from countries that pose a threat to the United States.
The great irony is that the pundits and judges now frothing at the mouth over President Trump’s travel order didn’t care when Obama banned immigrants from Iraq for six months.
Their outrage over the travel order, like their journalism, is just more fake news.
Source: The Hill