President Trump has worked very hard to secure funding for a border wall.
He negotiated with Republicans, even those who weren’t on board, and he even developed a plan that would make Democrats happy.
And it seemed like a darn good idea:
Trump promised to help DACA recipients in exchange for the wall along our porous southern border.
But just as it looked like a deal could be made, the President’s #1 nemesis knocked it down.
From Washington Examiner:
“President Trump said Thursday that a deal for border wall funding in exchange for legal protections for young immigrants fell through because…
…a federal court blocked the Trump administration’s efforts to rescind the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
‘The reason the DACA for Wall deal didn’t get done was that a ridiculous court decision from the 9th Circuit allowed DACA to remain, thereby setting up a Supreme Court case.
After ruling, Dems dropped deal – and that’s where we are today, Democrat obstruction of the needed Wall,’ Trump tweeted Thursday.”
The reason the DACA for Wall deal didn’t get done was that a ridiculous court decision from the 9th Circuit allowed DACA to remain, thereby setting up a Supreme Court case. After ruling, Dems dropped deal – and that’s where we are today, Democrat obstruction of the needed Wall.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 27, 2018
We’ve seen how rampant, radical, un-American judges have opposed Trump’s lawful authority.
These Obama-appointed cronies abuse their power to promote their liberal agenda; they’ve disgraced our laws and government to protect their pet politics.
The only recourse is to take this case to the Supreme Court, which requires time.
Time we can’t afford to waste.
That border is still vulnerable, and as Democrats use the courts to delay and obstruct, more criminals are sneaking into our country.
This tactic betrays Americans, legal immigrants, and everyone who believes in our system of law.
But do Democrats care about the damage they are causing to our country?
Source: Washington Examiner