It’s pretty clear that Obama and his minions don’t care about “white man’s law.”
Despite a judge’s order to stop DHS’ amnesty action, Obama has taken the strategy he has taken with about every piece on BS legislation, which is
“Let’s not and say we did.”
What is Obama pulling this time?
According to Judicial Watch,DHS has already requested bids for the implementation of the executive fiat and they want to fast track the process.
The RFP estimates that the population of potential requesters for the president’s deferred action will be “approximately four million people” and that USCIS anticipates the initial filing of “approximately five to six million forms” related to the amnesty order which also covers the illegal immigrant parents of U.S. citizens and lawful residents. The work is to begin in mid-March, the document reveals, and the contractor will operate out of a new center in Arlington, Virginia because there is no current facility with available space or staff to accommodate the “additional volume of work.” The center will be dedicated to processing deferred action for illegal immigrant parents of citizens, employment authorization and correspondence management.
Not long after the Judicial Watch news was published, the Obama administration announced they were going to ask the court for permission to do what they were doing, anyway.
The Justice Department plans to ask a federal judge to allow the Obama administration to continue its plans to implement the President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration, while it appeals his ruling blocking the order.
It’s clear that Obama will do what Obama wants to do, as he is not beholden to “white man’s law.”