Since Donald Trump became President and began trying to make America great again, liberal judges have imposed 22 injunctions against him, trying to stop him from accomplishing his agenda. Many have criticized these judges of abusing their position and acting on their personal liberal agenda instead of ruling on the Constitution and law.
In address to a crowd in Georgetown, Attorney General ‘Jeff Sessions verbally blasted liberal judges for their actions designed solely for the purpose of stopping Trump. He reminded judges that they are not superior to the President and should not have the final word on matters of political policy and they should not have the power to shut down a federal policy based upon their own agenda.
(Fox News) – Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Saturday slammed “activist judges,” whom he accused of overreaching and paralyzing the government by shutting down Trump-era policies they object to via nationwide injunctions.
At a Federalist Society event at Georgetown University, Sessions blasted judges who have shut down controversial Trump-era policies such as denying funding for so-called “sanctuary cities” and repealing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
“The court is not superior; the court does not get to have the final word in every dispute, give me a break,” he said.
He said the vehicle of choice for “activist judges” is nationwide injunctions — orders that block the federal government from enforcing a law or policy across the entire country.
“It would be fitting to call them nonparty injunctions or limitless injunctions, since they bind all of America and grant relief to those who are not parties to the case,” he said…
It’s still a mystery why so many constitutional scholars seem to forget that the Constitution states that federal judges are to hold their office as long as they are in good behavior. When they begin to assume that they have more power and authority over the President of the United States and make rulings based solely on their personal political agendas, then they are no longer acting in good behavior and according to the Constitution, should be removed from their judgeships.