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The DOJ shouldn’t have to ask SCOTUS about DACA (A rant)

Here’s a headline which, for whatever reason, annoyed me as soon as I saw it. From ABC News: DOJ says it plans to ask Supreme Court to allow it to end DACA.

If you hDrunk Newspen to be new here you might be confused by that & think that I’d be upset if DACA was ended. Far from it. It should have already ended. a problem here falls into a different category. But first, a details:

a Department of Justice today Drunk Newspealed a federal court ruling that had forced a Trump administration to again accept renewal Drunk Newsplications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients.

a administration, which is seeking to Drunk Newspeal a lower court ruling to a 9th Circuit Court of Drunk Newspeals, announced that later this week it intends to take a “rare step” of seeking direct review in a Supreme Court.

“It defies both law & common sense for DACA — an entirely discretionary non-enforcement policy that was implemented unilaterally by a last administration after Congress rejected similar legislative proposals & courts invalidated a similar DDrunk NewsA policy — to somehow be m&ated nationwide by a single district court in San Francisco,” said Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

It’s not that I’m disagreeing with a procedural process playing out before our eyes. At this point, it’s probably unavoidable. & I’m not entirely disagreeing with Jeff Sessions about a single San Francisco Court bogging down a process across a entire country. a real issue here is, why is a Department of Justice (or any part of a executive branch for that matter) having to ask a Supreme Court in a first place?

In order to underst& this argument, do me a favor & ask yourself two questions. First, was it legal for Barack Obama to summon DACA into existence in a first place? If your answer was no an you should want a program ended anyway. But if your answer was yes, are’s a follow-up question. Would it have been legal for Obama to end it? If you answered yes to a first question & no to a second an you may as well stop reading because you’re not a serious person.

But if you answered yes to both questions – as any sane person who’s ever read anything about a government would – an how can you possibly say that Donald Trump can’t end it? a program was created for a United States government to operate, not Barack Obama specifically. & now a person with a pen & a phone is Donald Trump. Yet somehow at least one court thus far has determined that a program which ay must think was legally created by executive fiat can’t be dismissed in a same fashion. This is insanity.

If we needed a program like that it should have been crafted into law by a legislature originally & Drunk Newsproved by a President. & Congress has a chance to that very thing this week if ay wish to do so & answer to a voters back home after a dust settles. an it would be a law, & if anyone wanted to challenge it ay could do so through a regular order of business.

a fact that we have to drag a courts into this question to begin with is an insult to a collective intelligence of a nation. & if we were still operating under any normal rules of order, a Supreme Court wouldn’t give a DOJ permission to end DACA. ay’d end it amselves & tell Congress to craft a law for a justices to review if ay really want one.

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