ACLU GLOATS Over Judge Staying Trump’s Refugee Order, But Will It Matter?

At the end of Trump’s first week as president, he’s accomplished more than any president in recent history.

Perhaps the most remarkable was his move to stop the free flow of terrorists into the United States.

True to leftist form, tantrums began, protests erupted and the ACLU filed a stay against the order that restores immigration order. No leftist tantrum is complete without an activist judge helping the confusion.

Independent Journal Review reports:

Within the first 24 hours of President Trump’s executive order temporarily closing America’s doors to refugees and restricting immigration from seven primarily Muslim countries, chaos erupted as several were detained pursuant to that order at New York’s JFK Airport.

Protesters gathered at several airports, demanding the release of those who were detained and voicing their disapproval of the order in general.

And two detainees were admitted to the country after the ACLU filed a writ of habeas corpus. They took to twitter to celebrate their victory.

CNBC reports protestors pledged to pull out all the stops to keep the Trump order from going through.

In a statement, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman pledged to pull out all the stops to assist anyone detained as a result of Trump’s “discriminatory and dangerous executive action.” Schneiderman said he had directed his staff to assist refugees at JFK Airport.

“President Trump’s executive action against war refugees represents a new low in modern American foreign policy and it is incumbent on us to fight back,” Schneiderman added.

Trump’s ban, issued barely a week after he took office, is the fulfillment of a campaign vow that briefly roiled his White House bid when he first floated as a candidate.

Even though the left has given it their best try, fighting the Trump train will undoubtedly get them nowhere.

Mediaite reports how Trump can, and probably will prevail.

Despite the celebrations by the ACLU over the swift reversal, the Trump administration will still have the opportunity to sign further executive action as the next steps in the saga. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber cautioned that the stay is simply a temporary development, saying, “…the first blowback to his cascade of executive action,” but noted that, “it will have some constraint on what [President Trump is] trying to do.”

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