No One is Above the Law …. “there should be no exception now …. “!!


~~February 7, 2017~~ 


The line has been drawn in the sand.

Executive versus Judicial power!

The stay was ordered and the Drumpf administration has appealed.

The hearing has been set for February 7, 2017 at 6 PM EST.




‘The threat from radical Islamic terrorism is very real, just look at what is happening in Europe and the Middle-East.

Courts must act fast!’

Drumpf, the ‘so-called president’


In a tweet coming shortly after Robart’s initial ruling, he called him a “so-called judge,” whose decision put national security in jeopardy.

The context of this bullish statement directed at the courts is that, on Tuesday, February 7, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will take up the issue of the legality of Trump’s presently suspended Muslim ban. This hearing comes as just one stop in an already long and winding legal battle between those opposed to the ban and those in favor of it.

Seattle Federal Judge James Robart ruled against the ban late last Friday, February 3, and the Trump administration has been up in arms ever since then, trying to get it reinstated.

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”



Getting a Clue


#NoOneIsAboveTheLaw #NoExceptionNow #DrumpfAdministrationAppealed #MuslimBan #OrderStayed #Hearing #USDistrictJudgeJamesRobert #SoCalledJudge #SoCalledPresident #NationalSecurity #InJeopardy #SeattleFederalJudge #HonorableJamesRobart #RuledAgainstBan #GettingAClue #LateMondayNight #TwitterRant

#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #HortyRex #hrexach


We ALL are ONE!! 


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