Trump Cucks on Sanctuary City Defunding, Judge Still Blocks Executive Order

It’s pretty much all over for Donald Trump (the piece on The Wall will be published later tonight), as we have now seen literally every single campaign promise broken and shot down during the first 100 days of this new Administration.

Actually, I guess TPP was still thrown out, but my guess is that anointed King Of The Jews Jared Kushner will eventually get around to providing a replacement – the evil Semites are so bold now that I’ll wager they’ll just use the exact same bill to mock the stupid Goyim.

But let’s start with the latest example of Judicial treason – specifically affecting the plan to bankrupt illegal sanctuary cities.

From AP:

A federal judge on Tuesday blocked any attempt by the Trump administration to withhold funding from “sanctuary cities” that do not cooperate with U.S. immigration officials, saying the president has no authority to attach new conditions to federal spending.

U.S. District Judge William Orrick issued the preliminary injunction in two lawsuits – one brought by the city of San Francisco, the other by Santa Clara County – against an executive order targeting communities that protect immigrants from deportation.

The injunction will stay in place while the lawsuits work their way through court.

The judge rejected the administration’s argument that the executive order applies only to a relatively small pot of money and said President Donald Trump cannot set new conditions on spending approved by Congress.

Even if the president could do so, those conditions would have to be clearly related to the funds at issue and not coercive, as the executive order appears to be, Orrick said.

“Federal funding that bears no meaningful relationship to immigration enforcement cannot be threatened merely because a jurisdiction chooses an immigration enforcement strategy of which the president disapproves,” the judge said.

The order has also led to lawsuits by Seattle; two Massachusetts cities, Lawrence and Chelsea; and a third San Francisco Bay Area government, the city of Richmond. The San Francisco and Santa Clara County lawsuits were the first to get a hearing before a judge.

On Tuesday, mayors from several cities threatened with the loss of federal grants emerged from a meeting with Sessions saying they remain confused about how to prove their police are in compliance with immigration policies.

Now, just a few weeks ago, this would have been YUGE news worthy of several articles and vicious incendiary language – maybe even a troll raid.

But after betrayal after betrayal?

Maybe we should look at what exactly Donald thinks a “sanctuary city” is?

From Politico:

Mayors emerging from a meeting with Attorney General Jeff Sessions Tuesday said the Trump administration seems to be adopting a narrow definition of “sanctuary city” that means few, if any, localities are in jeopardy of losing federal funds.

“What we were hearing both yesterday and today was a narrowing of what might be called a sanctuary city or a violative city than what a lot of us feared it might be,” Austin, Texas Mayor Steve Adler told reporters outside the Justice Department.

In case you had any questions, Adler is indeed a Jew; a fact that goes long in helping to explain why Austin is one of the most Leftist-ridden cesspits in all the South.

Whether other Texans like John Hagee worship the ground Adler walks upon is currently unknown.

Adler and other mayors said Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security officials who met with the mayors delegation in Washington this week indicated the only federal law at issue in the Trump administration’s effort to crack down on so-called sanctuary cities was one federal code section barring localities from interfering with communications with federal officials.

“Based on what we’ve heard, I don’t know of any cities that are out of compliance with that at the moment,” New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu said.

Landrieu called the meeting with Sessions on Tuesday “productive but aggressive.”

In addition, Trump’s heated rhetoric on the sanctuary cities issue may end up wildly at odds with his administration’s actual policies, the mayors said.

“If it turns out sanctuary city is defined as Section 1373 compliance, then….there is no sanctuary city debate,” Providence, Rhode Island Mayor Jorge Elorza said. “What’s frustrating to us is we hear very different messages from DHS, from DOJ and also from the White House….Please amongst yourselves just have one clear policy, one clear message so we know where we stand and where we don’t stand.”

I honestly can’t tell if this is an example of Jeff Sessions trying to save himself – the last truly based White man in the Administration – from termination, or if this is Trump – speaking for his (((master))) – dictating orders from up top.

And let’s not even begin to contemplate the idea that even Old Jeff could have been compromised, as that’s a black pill that I think would destroy many.

Either way, take this happening as the final straw.

There will be no wall.

No deportation force.

No peace.

No end to the demographic slide of the White Race in America.

And no end to the Jewish meddling and destruction of our nation.

Only when we realize that there will be no simple solutions to these problems can we move forward and take back what is rightfully ours.


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  1. Jews are involved in every ploy and scam to exterminate us. If we had any pride and self respect, we’d do something about it yesterday.
    Kill or be killed. Fight fire with water. My children deserve a future where they can flourish and prosper. We should have a right to say no…to faultyculturalism, extermination and Islamization.

  2. It’s ironic that the Deep State’s push-back against Trump’s attempt to implement a more restrictive immigration policy has resulted in what amounts to a judicial coup d’etat and takeover of immigration policy from the other two branches of government, i.e. kritarchy instead of federalism, which may lead in turn to an earlier final abolishment of our borders than would have been the case if Hillary had won. Most of us knew that Trump might be stymied, but I don’t know if anyone foresaw that things would actually get worse faster precisely because Trump won. I’m pretty sure the federal courts’ next steps will be to block any limitations in the H1b visa program, bar ICE from arresting illegals in or near courthouses, and to completely ban “expedited removal,” even near the border, and require each and every illegal to receive a formal hearing before his status can even begin to be adjudicated. This will effectively reduce deportations to a trickle – far lower than under Obama – and will probably cause an end to the sharp decline in illegal entries as word spreads south of the border and into the Third World that Trump’s attempt to restrict immigration and deport illegals has been decisively defeated. This will lead to a new tsunami of illegals that will rival if not exceed what’s happening in Europe.

    There are no state or political solutions and we must look to other measures.

  3. Not trying to make light of the situation, but, this is a revolting development.

    Brad, I’m sure you have a better grip on what Sessions, may, or may not do, than anyone I follow.

    Don’t these characters like Mnuchin, Cohn, Kushner have a conflict of interest? How can they serve America and Israel at the same time? Shouldn’t they be separated from any possible conflict of interest?

  4. In some ways, this April has been the worst month of the past 5 years. At this point, though, it would be difficult for it to get much worse.

    • I’ve been writing for about 5 years now on several Alt-Right outlets, and this was by far the most depressing month I’ve ever covered. The only silver lining has been the Battles of Berkeley and Auburn.

  5. Most of us knew that Trump might be stymied, but I don’t know if anyone foresaw that things would actually get worse faster precisely because Trump won.

    A very astute comment and, sadly, true enough. The indications were there from the earliest stages of the transition when Trump placed or allowed to be placed so many anti-populist Republicans in key jobs. Indeed, many indications that Trump was a con artist were present during the campaign. i know; I was accused of blackpilling numerous times for pointing them out.

    The only evidence that points toward Trump not being a liar and con artist from the beginning is the fact he gave jobs to Flynn, Sessions, Bannon and Miller in the first place. Those appointments don’t make sense in light of what we have seen to this point.

    I see little real reason to give Trump any benefit of the doubt, but I don’t think the possibility of a soft coup on or around April 5th can be ruled out.

  6. Hey there Lew. I think that Flynn was probably the best evidence of Trump’s sincerity. I didn’t know what to make of Flynn though. Retrospectively getting rid of him was a major coup by the (((tribe))).

  7. Can anyone reconstruct the Flynn story? Seems like it was an early warning that things were going terrible. Also what was Pence’s role in that removal exactly? Perhaps it’s not just Kushner! and Pence has a larger role in the conflict that we know. He’s a millennialist Christotard from what I recall. He also shows up at the Hamilton play to be mocked like a cuck and he raked leaves at the St Louis cemetery.

  8. “Keep em laughing as you say goodbye” Uncle Sam to Nixon after he rapes Nixon…”I love you Uncle Sam” says Nixon.

  9. I can’t speak for America as I’m not well versed on your system, but in Australia, the party who’s not holding office holds the role of ‘opposition’- meaning they effectively keep the party who is in power, honest. Often opposition leaders are far more effective and work harder as they have more to gain than lose at any given time and try harder to impress. As soon as they’re voted in, however, they become complacent, lazy and suddenly lose their nuts. They realize promising and delivering are two different things as they can find themselves at odds with judges, the media, the Left and even the U.N.
    At the back of my mind I feel LePen may do a Trump and become impotent once in power. Trump now realises he’s limited by the system he thought he could change.
    The system simply doesn’t allow well intentioned leaders to reach their potential.

  10. Yes. This entire fiasco has convinced me that the system is hopelessly broken. It is one giant weakness that only survived for a while because nobody attempted to bring it down. But if the past 70 years — and approximately the past 20 years in particular — proves anything, it’s that America’s political system is little more than a suicide pact.

    I hate that fact, but there it is.

  11. As a Trump supporter, if he caves on his central campaign promise to less than 1% of the budget, that would be a deal-breaker for me.

    Rush Limbaugh issued a polite warning to President Trump about this, which, in consideration of the nature of his show, showed that I am not alone in my thoughts.

  12. @Ronnie…

    ‘No Wall and sanctuary cities remain. I hereby officially withdraw all support from Donald Trump.’

    And I am close behind you. Let President Trump’s new friends do the job of reelecting him in 2020, for, at this rate, I am highly unlikely to be there.

  13. @Marcus Cicero…

    ‘I’ve been writing for about 5 years now on several Alt-Right outlets, and this was by far the most depressing month I’ve ever covered. The only silver lining has been the Battles of Berkeley and Auburn.’

    It certainly seems to be a growing hangover from the heady days of February.

  14. ‘No end to the demographic slide of the White Race in America. And no end to the Jewish meddling and destruction of our nation.’

    It has been ‘our nation’ for North Carolinians since 1861, so nothing new there.

  15. Trump raised a lot of White populist expectations and turning his back on them will gain him hatred from the right as well as hated from the left, which he already has.

    So, how do you MAGA using the tried and true cuckservative approach? Nothing like another 9/11 incident followed by another big war in ME to get the people behind you as they forget about all your broken promises.

  16. Presidents come and go but the Globalist elite remains. There can no no reform through the system. The Ethno-State resolution is the only solution and we should not settle just for the South but take all of the red states with us! This should be living proof now that there can be no reform or salvation through this existing system, including the states so can we please stop playing electoral politics in the land of the fees and the home of the slaves.? Ironic, is it not, that America has ended up becoming exactly what the anti-Federalist feared it would under the Federalist Constitution.

  17. Hilaire Belloc already warned us years ago in his book, the Jews, that they don’t want Europeans to be the master in their own house. We should have listened.

  18. The United States is nothing more than a colony of Israel. It amazes me that people scoff at the fathers of the Church who told us hundreds of years ago that the anti-Christ will be a Jew.

  19. The Grand Old Party had a farm
    And on this farm they had some cucks
    With a cuck-cuck here and a cuck-cuck there
    Here a cuck there a cuck everywhere a cuck-cuck
    The Grand Old Party had a farm

    The Grand Old Party had a farm
    And on this farm they had a trump
    With a trump-trump here and a trump-trump there
    Here a jew there a jew everywhere a jew-jew
    The Grand Old Party had a farm

  20. “…There is nothing to stay you. Your Constitution is all sail and no anchor. As I said before, when a society has entered on this downward progress, either civilization or liberty must perish. Either some Caesar or Napoleon will seize the reins of government with a strong hand; or your Republic will be as fearfully plundered and laid waste by barbarians in the twentieth century as the Roman Empire was in the fifth; with this difference, that the Huns and Vandals, who ravaged the Roman Empire, came from without, and that your Huns and Vandals will have been engendered within your country by your own institutions…”

    – Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800-1859), from a letter to Henry S. Randall, author of the Life of Jefferson.

    I believe the proper “stay” Macaulay was actually referring to above is the unseen hand of God who would always protect us if we live by His commandments, statutes and judgments…But for over 150 years America has been turning its back on God and we are reaping the results…

    May God Save the South…

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