Prznint Stupid Is Opposed To The 5th Amendment

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WSJ reports…

“The Justice Department has notified immigration judges that it will begin evaluating their job performance based on how quickly they close cases, aiming to speed deportation decisions and reduce a lengthy backlog. The new quotas for judges to meet—laid out in a memo sent Friday to immigration judges—follow other directives by the department to expedite handling of cases.

And of course there is a tweet:

OK, so deportation quotas is what we are really talking about, which is totally fascistic. And even though I am not a lawyer, I think what Prznint Stupid is calling a “whole, big wasted procedure” is actually the 5th Amendment. You know, that bit about how everyone has a right to a fair trial, unless you’re an immigrant.

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6 Responses to Prznint Stupid Is Opposed To The 5th Amendment

  1. “You know, that bit about how everyone has a right to a fair trial, unless you’re an immigrant. someone Hair Führer doesn’t like.”

    There, ftfy…


  2. roket says:

    I’m growing extremely tired of his incessant bitching. bitch Bitch BITCH And, sadly, the only voice of reason I’m hearing are coming from a bunch of teenagers.


  3. MDavis says:

    I don’t see here what the quota is. If it is a quota on deportations, that sounds like a constitutional issue (promoting false arrests to reach an arbitrary number) but if it is a quota on cases decided, it seems like they could be processed most quickly by deporting those meeting stringent requirements (not sure what the rules are, but isn’t deportation for people who actually break other laws? Mostly?) and tossing out the cases that are more questionable, perhaps with an automatic valid green card issuance, which might even promote more open communication with authorities by those who hold their nice new green cards. Someone would probably have to explain to Trump that ‘green card’ does not equal ‘citizen’, but they might be able to do it by referencing his employees at the Winter Palace and explaining it like you would to a six year old.
    Zero probability of this happening, I suppose.


  4. Pyed Typer says:

    That’s what the founding fathers had in mind when they were drawing up the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, that the country would run the ways some fat, bloviating, grifter arsehole who stumbled into the Presidency though he’d like it to run. The Sixth Amendment already assures that all accused enjoy a speedy trial, protecting them from delays between their indictment and the beginning of their trial. Enforce that and there is no need for directions to shortcut or round the corners of deliberation,


  5. Pretzelogic in Philly, PA says:

    If I understand correctly, the 5th Amendment provisions apply to CRIMINAL proceedings. Immigration authorities are generally very careful NOT to bring criminal charges – these are civil administrative actions presided over by “judges” who are part of the Executive branch, not the Judiciary.

    Remember this the next time you hear some MAGAt bleating “What don’t you understand about ‘illegal’?”. We generally understand it just fine – bringing criminal charges triggers all sorts of RIGHTS – to a fair trial by jury, with legal counsel, etc etc. This is precisely why the goons of ICE try NOT to use criminal charges, instead rushing their victims through these civil proceedings, often without the assistance of counsel to help these people understand what rights they do have.



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