Skip to comments.Immigration judges suing the Trump administration over gag rule saying it violates their right to free speech
Posted on 07/01/2020 4:28:48 AM PDT by where's_the_Outrage?
In January, the Trump administration issued a rule prohibiting immigration judges from speaking about their job or their take on US policy.
The one exception is judges who serve in their union. But the Trump administration is also trying to decertify that union.
On July 1, the National Association of Immigration Judges filed a lawsuit alleging that the administration is violating the right to free speech.
"We are in the midst of an urgent public debate about immigration reform in this country and some of the most crucial voices in that debate are being silenced," Ramya Krishnan, staff attorney at Columbia University's Knight First Amendment Institute, said in a July 1 statement.
(Excerpt) Read more at msn.com ...
She needs to be literally gagged like most
Why the %$^ is there a judges union?
Columbia University, with Harvard Law School,
OWES America One Hundred Trillion Dollars
in Reparations for the FRAUDS knowns as Obola and Warren.
.... for starters.
They’re supposed to be non-political...Roberts said so.
about their JOB and cases is not the same thing.
And who will judge this travesty of a trial? . More judges! What a crock
Constitutional rights were written FOR and apply TO American citizens.... get it?
Constitutional rights were written FOR and apply TO American citizens.... challenges to US immigration policy are a moot point anyway
I hope the article at the link is not a news report. It reads like an opinion screed, and should be labeled as such (but I didn’t see it ...).
I believe immigration judges are part of the Executive Branch, not the Judicial Branch, and are subject to the President.
Tell them to put on a mask and talk in public...no one can hear you. But not a violation of the same magnetude? Try sidewalk counseling. Impossible.
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