According to new reports, the Justice Department is planning to appeal directly to the Supreme Court to overrule a San Francisco federal judge’s ruling voiding the president’s order ending the DACA program for certain illegal aliens brought to our country as children.
As The Gateway Pundit reported, this was posted on Twitter by Fox’s Jake Gibson – take a look:
This takes place just after San Francisco-based U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup gave an order to the administration to resume accepting renewal applications for DACA.
“Until further notice, and unless it is differently provided in this guidance, the DACA policy will be operated on the terms in place before it was rescinded at the end of last year”, is what stood in DHS’s statement.
“It defies law and common sense for DACA … to be mandated nationwide by only one district court in San Francisco”, stated Jeff Sessions.
For the last few months, a bipartisan group of senators have been working on a compromise legislative solution with the president in order to protect the estimated 700,000 Dreamers covered under DACA.
Anyway, it is still not clear where negotiations stand after the president Trump allegedly commented something vulgar and derisive about accepting immigrants from “s**thole countries” during a meeting earlier this week with senators at the White House.
In addition, President Trump took to Twitter over the weekend to blame Democrats for the absence of a deal as a potential government shutdown looms.