Supreme Court deals blow to Donald Trump by leaving California’s sanctuary state law in place and refusing to review federal appeals court ruling that non-cooperation with ICE is legal

Monday, June 15, 2020
By Paul Martin

The Supreme Court handed President Trump a defeat Monday in his legal showdown with California over the state’s so-called ‘sanctuary’ laws
The court allowed a lower court ruling to stand, which permitted local authorities to limit cooperation with federal immigration enforcement
The Trump administration has been keen to have the high court strike down ‘sanctuary’ city laws across the country

By NIKKI SCHWAB, SENIOR U.S. POLITICAL REPORTER
DAILYMAIL.COM
15 June 2020

The Supreme Court on Monday handed President Trump a defeat in his legal showdown with the most-populous U.S. state, declining to hear his administration’s challenge to ‘sanctuary’ laws in California that protect immigrants from deportation.

The justices left in place a lower court ruling that upheld the bulk of three laws in the Democratic-governed state that limit cooperation with federal immigration enforcement authorities.

The Trump administration had appealed that ruling to the high court, but with the Supreme Court’s decision, that means the current law stays in place.

Also on Monday, the high court dealt the administration a blow when Trump-appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote a majority opinion that said gay and transgender Americans can’t be fired due to their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Early Monday, the court said it would not take up this legal battle.

Justices don’t give an explanation when they decline to take a case.

NBC News reported that two of the courts most conservative justices – Justice Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito – voted to take up the case, but they were overruled.

The Trump administration has been eager to challenge so-called ‘sanctuary city’ laws in court.

The California law bars police departments from notifying federal agents when undocumented immigrants are about to be released from jail.

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2 Responses to “Supreme Court deals blow to Donald Trump by leaving California’s sanctuary state law in place and refusing to review federal appeals court ruling that non-cooperation with ICE is legal”

  1. Robert Edward Lee

    AGAIN … for the white retards among us … CONFEDERACY 2 IS THE ONLY ANSWER YOU DIPS&ITS YOU !!!!! America ‘as a whole,’ has too many totally shot brainwashed zeros and OTW’s, ( other than whites, ) to ever ever be repaired. The apes have now repeatedly been trained that nothing will happen to them when they rape rob and kill. Stop “taking a knee” whitey.

    Every black would be hunting tonights dinner with a spear if not for their ancestors being sent here. They have more opportunity than ANY blacks anywhere in the world.

    #9711
  2. Jade Helm

    The Supreme Court handed the American people a defeat Monday in their legal showdown with America over the state’s sanctuary laws. [That should be your headline. It is not about Trump.]

    #9712
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