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Obama Threatens ICE Police if They Don’t Follow Executive Amnesty

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Obama Threatens ICE Police if They Don’t Follow Executive Amnesty

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WASHINGTON DC. The President seems to be charging forward on his immigration action. We pointed out here how the President exceeded his authority to grant his immigration action last fall.

In December 2013, a federal judge warned DHS about their illegal immigration policies. Now, through a lawsuit against the U.S. government backed by 26 states, the same judge has restrained the Obama (U.S.) government with a temporary Court Order.

This has not stopped the President to defy the Court’s order. Obama has since threatened law enforcement that they must adhere to his immigration action – or else.

“There are going to be some jurisdictions and there may be individual ICE official or Border Control agent not paying attention to our new directives.

But they’re going to be answerable to the head of Homeland Security because he’s been very clear about what our priorities will be…

…If somebody’s working for ICE…and they don’t follow the policy, there’s going to be consequences to it.”

— Pres. Barack Obama said, Feb. 25, 2015

Video: Obama Threatens ICE Police

Drunk and an Illegal Alien At the U.S. Border? Oh, That’s Fine?

Separately, the Obama Administration issued a memo to warn Arizona law enforcement NOT to arrest illegal aliens who are driving under the influence (DUI) at or near the U.S. border (Sources: Judicial Watch, and CBS Affiliate, KPHO). This action does not apply to U.S. citizens who would ordinarily be subject to arrest and face potential prosecution including fines, license suspension and or possible jail time.

Obama’s action was not authorized by Congress. We could not find anywhere in Arizona’s drunk driving laws under Title 28 or even under federal statutes (23 USC §§ 154, 161, 163, or 164) that would somehow exempt a class of people from being arrested for DUI within the borders of the United States.

Barack Obama Fails to Uphold The Laws He Swore to Uphold

It’s one thing to ignore the voters, bypass Congress, or ignore a federal court order on immigration issues, but to threaten police with “consequences” if they don’t get in line with Obama’s illegal immigration action really raises issues asking what is the President think he is doing? Where is the part of his oath where he swore to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States?

“Before he enter on the execution of his office, he shall take the following oath or affirmation:–“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

— Article II, Section 1, United States Constitution (Source: Cornell University Law School)

U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) said in 2014 that Obama’s bypassing Congress on immigration action, “threatens the foundation of our Constitutional Republic.”

Mr. Obama seems to be failing the “take care” clause in the Constitution regarding his oath of office.

“…he (The President) shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed…”

— Article II, Section 3, United States Constitution (Source: Cornell University Law School)

So, we’re trying to see how Obama’s actions hereto fits within the Constitutional frame work: Nothing found.


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