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(Talking Points Memo)   Failed Keebler Gnome Jeff Sessions demonstrates that he doesn't know how judicial review works or the name of Hawaii   ( talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line
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2017-04-20 04:31:22 PM  
America was designed to be dictator-proof. Choke on it, you little c***.
 
2017-04-20 04:48:50 PM  
Sessions just doesn't like Hawai'i because there's lots of brown people there.

/and technically, it's pronounced ha-vuh-uhee (there's a glottal stop between the first and second "I" where the ' is, which is a sound all by itself).  And it's pronounced with a V and not a W because the W begins the second syllable.
//the more you know...
///yeah, I'm a language nerd
 
2017-04-20 05:08:21 PM  
Sessions doesn't like Hawaii because Barack HUSSEIN Obama claimed to have been born there.
 
2017-04-20 05:14:24 PM  
I'm amazed that a racist twat from Alabama is our AG, but here we are.
 
2017-04-20 05:25:24 PM  

hobnail: Sessions doesn't like Hawaii because Barack HUSSEIN Obama claimed to have been born there.


which proves it's in Kenya. CHESSMATE, LIBTARDS.
 
2017-04-20 05:40:27 PM  

bloobeary: America was designed to be dictator-proof. Choke on it, you little c***.


img.fark.net
 
2017-04-20 06:32:26 PM  
Frowns on Beauregard's shenanigans:

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2017-04-20 06:32:49 PM  
As I mentioned in the redlighted version of this story, the Attorney General of the United States --the "top lawyer" of the entire nation--claims to be "amazed" that a federal judge (duly appointed, pursuant to the Article III of the Constitution, to the United States District Court by the President of the United States with the advice and consent the United States Senate) has the authority to issue orders that apply to the Executive Branch.

Perhaps he should read Marbury v. Madison, where he would've learned about this and other "amazing" and yet amazingly basic legal principles. Every other lawyer in the country read that case on the first day of their Constitutional Law class back in law school, buy maybe the current Attorney General of the United States was absent that day. Perhaps he was busy baking Uncommonly Good® cookies in a hollow tree or something that day.

Oh, and incidentally, this particular federal judge was confirmed by a vote of 94-0 in the Senate, including the vote of one Senator Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions:
img.fark.net
 
2017-04-20 06:33:35 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: I'm amazed that a racist twat from Alabama is our AG, but here we are.


I'm amazed by a lot of things this administration has done. LOL
 
2017-04-20 06:47:14 PM  

Cyberluddite: As I mentioned in the redlighted version of this story, the Attorney General of the United States --the "top lawyer" of the entire nation--claims to be "amazed" that a federal judge (duly appointed, pursuant to the Article III of the Constitution, to the United States District Court by the President of the United States with the advice and consent the United States Senate) has the authority to issue orders that apply to the Executive Branch.

Perhaps he should read Marbury v. Madison, where he would've learned about this and other "amazing" and yet amazingly basic legal principles. Every other lawyer in the country read that case on the first day of their Constitutional Law class back in law school, buy maybe the current Attorney General of the United States was absent that day. Perhaps he was busy baking Uncommonly Good® cookies in a hollow tree or something that day.

Oh, and incidentally, this particular federal judge was confirmed by a vote of 94-0 in the Senate, including the vote of one Senator Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions:
[img.fark.net image 565x678]


In fairness, you can't expect Jeff Sessions to remember everyone that he threw a bone to over the years. I mean, it's not like he ever expected that this judge would ever, you know, handle cases that he was interested in making a big deal, given that he had every expectation to be Attorney General as he had expectations to receive an award by the NAACP*...

*Why YES, I AM aware that Jeff claims to have been given the "Governmental Award of Excellence" by the NAACP in 2009 from an Alabama local chapter. The difficulty being, that the NAACP doesn't give out an award by that name, and no one from the NAACP can confirm that anyone ever handed the Distinguished Gentleman any such plaque. Snopes is still tracking that one down, but thus far, no one from the Alabama chapter has confirmed that such an award was given, not in 2009, or ever, for that matter.
 
2017-04-20 07:10:13 PM  
What part of government of the people, by the people, for the people does this bigoted little munchkin not understand?

/pretty much all of it is my guess
 
2017-04-20 07:11:35 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2017-04-20 07:11:49 PM  
fark off you little perjuring cracker pipsqueak.
 
2017-04-20 07:14:57 PM  
I hear that the government on that island has been fraudulently giving US citizenship to people simply because they were born there.
 
2017-04-20 07:15:14 PM  

Cyberluddite: As I mentioned in the redlighted version of this story, the Attorney General of the United States --the "top lawyer" of the entire nation--claims to be "amazed" that a federal judge (duly appointed, pursuant to the Article III of the Constitution, to the United States District Court by the President of the United States with the advice and consent the United States Senate) has the authority to issue orders that apply to the Executive Branch.

Perhaps he should read Marbury v. Madison, where he would've learned about this and other "amazing" and yet amazingly basic legal principles. Every other lawyer in the country read that case on the first day of their Constitutional Law class back in law school, buy maybe the current Attorney General of the United States was absent that day. Perhaps he was busy baking Uncommonly Good® cookies in a hollow tree or something that day.

Oh, and incidentally, this particular federal judge was confirmed by a vote of 94-0 in the Senate, including the vote of one Senator Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions:
[img.fark.net image 565x678]


I didn't think I could possibly facepalm any harder, but there we go
media0.giphy.com
 
2017-04-20 07:15:39 PM  

hubiestubert: Cyberluddite: As I mentioned in the redlighted version of this story, the Attorney General of the United States --the "top lawyer" of the entire nation--claims to be "amazed" that a federal judge (duly appointed, pursuant to the Article III of the Constitution, to the United States District Court by the President of the United States with the advice and consent the United States Senate) has the authority to issue orders that apply to the Executive Branch.

Perhaps he should read Marbury v. Madison, where he would've learned about this and other "amazing" and yet amazingly basic legal principles. Every other lawyer in the country read that case on the first day of their Constitutional Law class back in law school, buy maybe the current Attorney General of the United States was absent that day. Perhaps he was busy baking Uncommonly Good® cookies in a hollow tree or something that day.

Oh, and incidentally, this particular federal judge was confirmed by a vote of 94-0 in the Senate, including the vote of one Senator Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions:
[img.fark.net image 565x678]

In fairness, you can't expect Jeff Sessions to remember everyone that he threw a bone to over the years. I mean, it's not like he ever expected that this judge would ever, you know, handle cases that he was interested in making a big deal, given that he had every expectation to be Attorney General as he had expectations to receive an award by the NAACP*...

*Why YES, I AM aware that Jeff claims to have been given the "Governmental Award of Excellence" by the NAACP in 2009 from an Alabama local chapter. The difficulty being, that the NAACP doesn't give out an award by that name, and no one from the NAACP can confirm that anyone ever handed the Distinguished Gentleman any such plaque. Snopes is still tracking that one down, but thus far, no one from the Alabama chapter has confirmed that such an award was given, not in 2009, or ever, for that matter.


Sessions did indeed receive a "Governmental Award of Excellence" from the NAACP: the National Association for the Abolishment of Colored People.

Not something I'd brag about, but whatever.
 
2017-04-20 07:18:33 PM  

Lochsteppe: hubiestubert: Cyberluddite: As I mentioned in the redlighted version of this story, the Attorney General of the United States --the "top lawyer" of the entire nation--claims to be "amazed" that a federal judge (duly appointed, pursuant to the Article III of the Constitution, to the United States District Court by the President of the United States with the advice and consent the United States Senate) has the authority to issue orders that apply to the Executive Branch.

Perhaps he should read Marbury v. Madison, where he would've learned about this and other "amazing" and yet amazingly basic legal principles. Every other lawyer in the country read that case on the first day of their Constitutional Law class back in law school, buy maybe the current Attorney General of the United States was absent that day. Perhaps he was busy baking Uncommonly Good® cookies in a hollow tree or something that day.

Oh, and incidentally, this particular federal judge was confirmed by a vote of 94-0 in the Senate, including the vote of one Senator Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions:
[img.fark.net image 565x678]

In fairness, you can't expect Jeff Sessions to remember everyone that he threw a bone to over the years. I mean, it's not like he ever expected that this judge would ever, you know, handle cases that he was interested in making a big deal, given that he had every expectation to be Attorney General as he had expectations to receive an award by the NAACP*...

*Why YES, I AM aware that Jeff claims to have been given the "Governmental Award of Excellence" by the NAACP in 2009 from an Alabama local chapter. The difficulty being, that the NAACP doesn't give out an award by that name, and no one from the NAACP can confirm that anyone ever handed the Distinguished Gentleman any such plaque. Snopes is still tracking that one down, but thus far, no one from the Alabama chapter has confirmed that such an award was given, not in 2009, or ever, for that matter.

Sessions did indeed receive a "Governmental Award of Excellence" from the NAACP: the National Association for the Abolishment of Colored People.

Not something I'd brag about, but whatever.


You know, I did wonder why the last NAACP meeting I went to was full of white folk.
 
2017-04-20 07:19:14 PM  
Let's take an opinion poll of Americans:  Which do you prefer Hawaii or Alabama?
 
2017-04-20 07:21:03 PM  

Russ1642: I hear that the government on that island has been fraudulently giving US citizenship to people simply because they were born there.


They even gave that Obama fella a birth certificate and everybody knows he is from Kenya.

/derp
 
2017-04-20 07:22:27 PM  

hubiestubert: Cyberluddite: As I mentioned in the redlighted version of this story, the Attorney General of the United States --the "top lawyer" of the entire nation--claims to be "amazed" that a federal judge (duly appointed, pursuant to the Article III of the Constitution, to the United States District Court by the President of the United States with the advice and consent the United States Senate) has the authority to issue orders that apply to the Executive Branch.

Perhaps he should read Marbury v. Madison, where he would've learned about this and other "amazing" and yet amazingly basic legal principles. Every other lawyer in the country read that case on the first day of their Constitutional Law class back in law school, buy maybe the current Attorney General of the United States was absent that day. Perhaps he was busy baking Uncommonly Good® cookies in a hollow tree or something that day.

Oh, and incidentally, this particular federal judge was confirmed by a vote of 94-0 in the Senate, including the vote of one Senator Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions:
[img.fark.net image 565x678]

In fairness, you can't expect Jeff Sessions to remember everyone that he threw a bone to over the years. I mean, it's not like he ever expected that this judge would ever, you know, handle cases that he was interested in making a big deal, given that he had every expectation to be Attorney General as he had expectations to receive an award by the NAACP*...

*Why YES, I AM aware that Jeff claims to have been given the "Governmental Award of Excellence" by the NAACP in 2009 from an Alabama local chapter. The difficulty being, that the NAACP doesn't give out an award by that name, and no one from the NAACP can confirm that anyone ever handed the Distinguished Gentleman any such plaque. Snopes is still tracking that one down, but thus far, no one from the Alabama chapter has confirmed that such an award was given, not in 2009, or ever, for that matter.


Sessions spent too much time making sure no black judge was ever appointed to a federal position in Alabama except for the dude who worked for his biggest donor.  He didn't have time to worry about judges in Hawaii.
 
2017-04-20 07:22:58 PM  

runwiz: Let's take an opinion poll of Americans:  Which do you prefer Hawaii or Alabama?


Sh*t, I bet even Lynard Skynard would pick Hawaii
 
2017-04-20 07:23:03 PM  

mgshamster: Lochsteppe: hubiestubert: Cyberluddite: As I mentioned in the redlighted version of this story, the Attorney General of the United States --the "top lawyer" of the entire nation--claims to be "amazed" that a federal judge (duly appointed, pursuant to the Article III of the Constitution, to the United States District Court by the President of the United States with the advice and consent the United States Senate) has the authority to issue orders that apply to the Executive Branch.

Perhaps he should read Marbury v. Madison, where he would've learned about this and other "amazing" and yet amazingly basic legal principles. Every other lawyer in the country read that case on the first day of their Constitutional Law class back in law school, buy maybe the current Attorney General of the United States was absent that day. Perhaps he was busy baking Uncommonly Good® cookies in a hollow tree or something that day.

Oh, and incidentally, this particular federal judge was confirmed by a vote of 94-0 in the Senate, including the vote of one Senator Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions:
[img.fark.net image 565x678]

In fairness, you can't expect Jeff Sessions to remember everyone that he threw a bone to over the years. I mean, it's not like he ever expected that this judge would ever, you know, handle cases that he was interested in making a big deal, given that he had every expectation to be Attorney General as he had expectations to receive an award by the NAACP*...

*Why YES, I AM aware that Jeff claims to have been given the "Governmental Award of Excellence" by the NAACP in 2009 from an Alabama local chapter. The difficulty being, that the NAACP doesn't give out an award by that name, and no one from the NAACP can confirm that anyone ever handed the Distinguished Gentleman any such plaque. Snopes is still tracking that one down, but thus far, no one from the Alabama chapter has confirmed that such an award was given, not in 2009, or ever, for that matter.

Sessions did indeed rec ...


deadseriousness.comThey're black on the inside, man.
 
2017-04-20 07:24:30 PM  
We're in a world where an illiterate reality star is President and chose a racist gnome from what is demonstrably one of the worst states in the Union to be Attorney General and this is what amazes you?

Also:  Go fark yourself.
 
2017-04-20 07:24:55 PM  

runwiz: Let's take an opinion poll of Americans:  Which do you prefer Hawaii or Alabama?


I don't think even very many people in Alabama are going to say, "Alabama"
 
2017-04-20 07:25:42 PM  
And to this, there's people who considered having an attorney general like this racist moron to be the 2nd worst choice last fall.
 
2017-04-20 07:26:53 PM  
Russia has sh*t on him too.
He should make like Chaffetz and jump ship, before he ends up going down with the Trumptanic.
 
2017-04-20 07:31:23 PM  
In no way would I encourage anyone to strangle this inbred, weasly little mutant redneck f*cktard or his girlfriend, Trey Gowdy. That would be wrong.
 
2017-04-20 07:31:38 PM  
 Really, the Trump administration shouldn't be all that worried about these court decisions right now. They said this was a temporary measure that would last 90 days so they could figure out a more tailored and permanent solution. Well, good news, it's been almost 90 days from the original travel ban.

So we can just wait a few more days for that great plan they are no doubt just about ready to propose.
 
2017-04-20 07:32:45 PM  

docpeteyJ: Sessions just doesn't like Hawai'i because there's lots of brown people there.


I think there's one in particular that really curdles his milk.  After all, can't admit  that Hawaii is part of the United States, or otherwise people might think that there Obama boy is a real citizen or something...
 
2017-04-20 07:35:21 PM  
Congress passed a law giving Trump the power to do exactly what his EO does.

Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.

Eventually, SCOTUS will put these leftard activist judges in their place.
 
2017-04-20 07:35:53 PM  

runwiz: Let's take an opinion poll of Americans:  Which do you prefer Hawaii or Alabama?


Let's see, a beautiful island oasis in the middle of the Pacific or a toilet in the southern US.  Hmmm.... I can't make up my mind.  If only one of them inspired me.
 
2017-04-20 07:38:05 PM  

docpeteyJ: Sessions just doesn't like Hawai'i because there's lots of brown people there.

/and technically, it's pronounced ha-vuh-uhee (there's a glottal stop between the first and second "I" where the ' is, which is a sound all by itself).  And it's pronounced with a V and not a W because the W begins the second syllable.
//the more you know...
///yeah, I'm a language nerd


Reminds me of the time my uncle went there. He got off his plane and went to the first native Hawaiian-looking person he saw and said, "How do you pronounce the name of this place, anyway? Is it Hawaii or Havaii?"

The person said, "It's Havaii."

My uncle said, "Great, thanks so much."

The other person said, "You're velcome."

/Exit
//Stage left
///Running, even
 
2017-04-20 07:38:19 PM  
Are we SURE this idiot passed the bar? Anyone checked if his card is current?
 
2017-04-20 07:39:47 PM  
Keebler has elves, not gnomes.
 
2017-04-20 07:40:46 PM  

SouthernFriedYankee: Congress passed a law giving Trump the power to do exactly what his EO does.

Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.

Eventually, SCOTUS will put these leftard activist judges in their place.


Let me guess, back in the day you would have been the store owner putting "Irish need not apply" signs in your window? Why don't we just take down that poem on the statue of liberty? After all Republicans clearly hate the poor and anyone yearning to breath free is most likely a terrorist or at least an "other" that must be kicked out. We already have vetting procedures and plenty of illegal immigrants were deported under Obama. All these EOs do is become propaganda for Muslim terrorists.
 
2017-04-20 07:41:01 PM  

SouthernFriedYankee: Congress passed a law giving Trump the power to do exactly what his EO does.

Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.

Eventually, SCOTUS will put these leftard activist judges in their place.


You seem nice and in no way stupid.
 
2017-04-20 07:41:08 PM  

SouthernFriedYankee: Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.


Trolling aside, a disturbing number of people actually believe this.
 
2017-04-20 07:41:42 PM  

bloobeary: America was designed to be dictator-proof. Choke on it, you little c***.


www.highdefdiscnews.com
 
2017-04-20 07:42:48 PM  

SouthernFriedYankee: Congress passed a law giving Trump the power to do exactly what his EO does.


Not quite.

It gives the President certain powers, but the application of those powers still must remain Constitutional.

Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.

Entirely, 100% wrong.  Due process, speedy trial, Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights, as well as others, apply to non-citizens, regardless of their legal status.

Going back to at least the late 19th century, the courts have ruled that non-citizens have Constitutional rights.  Certainly not all of them, such as the right to vote, but many others are still present for them.
 
2017-04-20 07:42:57 PM  
Ever notice that his name sounds like some sort of quack practice like 'gay conversion therapy' or something?

My preacher tells me that the devil will leave my sinful penis, I just need to pray harder and attend a few more jeff sessions...
 
2017-04-20 07:43:28 PM  

lilliancrane: SouthernFriedYankee: Congress passed a law giving Trump the power to do exactly what his EO does.

Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.

Eventually, SCOTUS will put these leftard activist judges in their place.

Let me guess, back in the day you would have been the store owner putting "Irish need not apply" signs in your window? Why don't we just take down that poem on the statue of liberty? After all Republicans clearly hate the poor and anyone yearning to breath free is most likely a terrorist or at least an "other" that must be kicked out. We already have vetting procedures and plenty of illegal immigrants were deported under Obama. All these EOs do is become propaganda for Muslim terrorists.


Which makes those terrorist groups stronger, which leads to more terrorist attacks, which means authoritarian farkholes like Sessions and Trump can consolidate power.
 
2017-04-20 07:43:30 PM  
And this brainless authoritarian racist fark hasn't faced any consequences for lying during his confirmation hearing WHY, exactly?
 
2017-04-20 07:44:14 PM  

ThatGuyOverThere: Keebler has elves, not gnomes.


He's too wrinkly to be an elf.
 
2017-04-20 07:49:29 PM  
Meh, this is the shiat the retards who voted for Joffrey will be regurgitating for the next few days, at least. The implication that Hawaii isn't a real state, doesn't really count, because it's in the middle of the ocean. I suggest pointing out to them that technically, Alaska isn't connected to the rest of the U.S., either, so the same thing must apply to them.

You know, if you feel like watching one of them try to think.
 
2017-04-20 07:53:37 PM  

SouthernFriedYankee: Congress passed a law giving Trump the power to do exactly what his EO does.

Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.

Eventually, SCOTUS will put these leftard activist judges in their place.


Foreigners have no Constitutional protections. Does that mean I can take Canadian slaves? Or is that not cool because they're generally white? If that's the case, are Mexican slaves ok?
 
2017-04-20 07:54:33 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: You know, if you feel like watching one of them try to think.


There are no visible indications when it is occurring, but you will often hear the distinct sound of wooden gears turning.
 
2017-04-20 07:55:20 PM  

I'm an Egyptian!: SouthernFriedYankee: Congress passed a law giving Trump the power to do exactly what his EO does.

Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.

Eventually, SCOTUS will put these leftard activist judges in their place.

Foreigners have no Constitutional protections. Does that mean I can take Canadian slaves? Or is that not cool because they're generally white? If that's the case, are Mexican slaves ok?


If you'd ever been to a tomato farm in Florida, you'd know the answer is yes on those brown slaves.
 
2017-04-20 07:56:35 PM  

weddingsinger: I'm an Egyptian!: SouthernFriedYankee: Congress passed a law giving Trump the power to do exactly what his EO does.

Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.

Eventually, SCOTUS will put these leftard activist judges in their place.

Foreigners have no Constitutional protections. Does that mean I can take Canadian slaves? Or is that not cool because they're generally white? If that's the case, are Mexican slaves ok?

If you'd ever been to a tomato farm in Florida, you'd know the answer is yes on those brown slaves.


You know that, and I know that, I just wanted to hear this filth say he was ok with it.
 
2017-04-20 07:58:07 PM  
Cyberluddite: ....
Oh, and incidentally, this particular federal judge was confirmed by a vote of 94-0 in the Senate, including the vote of one Senator Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions:
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stealing this.

/also bookmarking this
//also it's a floor wax
///and a dessert topping!
 
2017-04-20 08:02:12 PM  

lilliancrane: Let me guess, back in the day you would have been the store owner putting "Irish need not apply" signs in your window? Why don't we just take down that poem on the statue of liberty? After all Republicans clearly hate the poor and anyone yearning to breath free is most likely a terrorist or at least an "other" that must be kicked out. We already have vetting procedures and plenty of illegal immigrants were deported under Obama. All these EOs do is become propaganda for Muslim terrorists.


Screaming RAY'CISSS!!! is not an argument. But, it's all you have. So there you go.

blahpers: SouthernFriedYankee: Also, if you aren't an American citizen, you have no Constitutional protection, 1st Amendment or otherwise. We can decide to keep anyone out for any farking reason.

Trolling aside, a disturbing number of people actually believe this.


Yes, because it's true. If you're here legally, it's as a guest of this country, and we can decide to send you home at any time. If you're not here, you have ZERO protection under our Constitution. So a president signing an EO saying that [group] may not enter the country is in no way unconstitutional.

I understand that the Marxists have succeeded in brainwashing a shiat ton of Americans, but that doesn't change the facts.
 
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