SCOTUS Says NADA! to Obama Immigration Tyranny!

Just in time for Independence Day and festive celebrations from coast to coast, the US Supreme Court, in effect, ruled against the blatant abuse of presidential power attempted by our soon-to-be-departed Chief Executive, the alleged “Constitutional Scholar,” the one, and (thankfully) only, Barack Hussein Obama.

Thus ends Obama’s pernicious attempt to use presidential power as a recruiting tool for illegally growing the Democrat Party, through importation of impoverished, uneducated and unskilled illegal aliens.

As reported:

A tie vote by the Supreme Court is blocking President Barack Obama’s immigration plan that sought to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation.

The justices’ one-sentence opinion on Thursday effectively kills the plan for the rest of Obama’s presidency. The outcome underscores that the direction of U.S. immigration policy will be determined in large part by this fall’s presidential election, a campaign in which immigration already has played an outsized role.

Hispanic racists like Illinois Congressman Luis Gutiérrez will no doubt slam the SCOTUS ruling, given that Gutierrez operates under the anti-American view that US borders and immigration laws should not apply to hard working Hispanics, —solely because they are Hispanic!

Rather than blaming SCOTUS and Republicans for the failed immigration coup, Gutierrez and millions of illegal aliens should vent their rage and disillusionment at our addled president who repeatedly admitted that he did not have the Constitutional authority to unilaterally change or make immigration law, but who nonetheless issued Executive Orders to curry political favor.

Today’s ruling should put a merciful end to Obama’s childish braggadocio about how his pen and phone were viable tools in his lust to go around the Constitution and the US Congress!

For today at least, God Bless the SCOTUS!

And let the deportations begin!

John W. Lillpop
Pine Grove, California

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