July 28, 2010, - 5:05 pm
Every Friday, I’m on the nationally syndicated Jim Sumpter Show at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Last Friday, Jim asked me to predict the results of two legal cases–the Arizona v. Eric Holder/Obama immigration law case and the Rod Blagojevich criminal trial.
Judge Susan Bolton Ruled for Illegal Alien Criminals and Invaders
I predicted that the federal judge in Arizona would rule that the Arizona immigration law is unconstitutional because judges are very political and tend to be liberal, as this one is. I said that she’d likely see the law as racist and discriminatory and said against Arizona. Sadly, I was right. But it’s sooooo very predictable. We’ve lost our country and our borders.
And even though at the time I made my comments I didn’t know that Judge Susan Bolton–the federal judge who issued the ruling, today, against Arizona’s immigration law–was a Clinton appointee, I knew. I knew this would happen because these very comfortable federal judges making $200,000 a year in salary and benefits and having all the security and safety in the world have no worries like we do. They have their jobs for life. Federal judges don’t get fired. They have to be impeached, which almost never happens. No illegal alien will take their jobs. No illegal alien will lower their wages. No illegal alien will invade the federal building and take them hostage. It just won’t happen. They’re protected in every way from illegal aliens, so they have no idea. No clue.
But the real contest is at the Supreme Court level. Arizona will appeal this to the U.S. Court of Appeals. Whoever loses there will appeal it to the Supreme Court, and that’s where the real test happens. Stay tuned for that.
In the meantime, in case you were wondering, I also predicted that Rod Blagojevich would be convicted by the jury in his case. I bet I’m two for two on this. Sad I was not wrong in the first case, though. I wanted Arizona’s law to go into effect. But even if she had held for Arizona, Obama and Holder would have appealed. Like I said, see ya at the Supreme Court, amigos.
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