March 7, 2017
The end of the taco era draws near.
America is at a crossroads. We, as a nation, are about to determine the answer to a profound question which will determine the future not only of the country, but of the White race itself.
That question is, “is it illegal to break the law?”
There are strong arguments on both sides. The liberals, in their subtlety, propose that “yeah sometimes I guess breaking the law isn’t illegal, like, if it would hurt someone’s feelings or something.”
Definitely something to consider.
Right wing extremists, on the other hand, insist that “breaking the law is illegal – by definition. I mean, what the hell are we even talking about here?”
A good, if simplistic argument.
Only the outcome of this trial will reveal which side is in the right, however.
The Trump administration escalated what had been a war of words over California’s immigration agenda, filing a lawsuit late Tuesday that amounted to a pre-emptive strike against the liberal state’s so-called sanctuary laws.
Just to clarify here.
A “sanctuary law” is a law that says it isn’t illegal to break certain laws, and that people don’t have to collaborate with law enforcement when they’re trying to enforce those laws.
The Californian legislators are both competent and honest.
The Justice Department sued California; Gov. Jerry Brown; and the state’s attorney general, Xavier Becerra, over three state laws passed in recent months, saying they made it impossible for federal immigration officials to do their jobs and deport criminals who were born outside the United States. The Justice Department called the laws unconstitutional and asked a judge to block them.
The lawsuit was the department’s boldest attack yet against California, one of the strongest opponents of the Trump administration’s efforts to curb immigration. It also served as a warning to Democratic lawmakers and elected officials nationwide who have enacted sanctuary policies that provide protections for undocumented immigrants.
Hmm, so now the Supreme Court will be able to rule on whether it’s constitutional for states to make laws that allow people to violate the law.
Better prepare a lot of coffee – it’s gonna be a long night.
The entire world is standing by, breathless and anxious for the answer.
Perhaps, someday, we may even get a new amendment to our constitution:
“The state shall make no law declaring illegal things to be legal if they hurt someone’s feelings or whatever.”