Liberals love to shove the fact that Obamacare is the “law of the land”. OK. Then we have the right to shove the fact that there are immigration laws on the books that they and everyone else need to abide by. #CryMeARiver.
Washington-based Georgetown University, a prominent Catholic institution with strong ties to Pope Francis, Wednesday said it would lead the legal battle against President Trump’s bid to end illegal immigration, limit refugee entries, and starve “sanctuary cities” of federal dollars.
The university said that its law school was creating a special institute packed with high-power lawyers with a long track record of federal court victories to battle the administration on several high-profile issues, many focused on the poor.
The Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection at Georgetown Law said in a statement that it will use its effort to “teach students to use the power of the courts to defend U.S. constitutional rights and values.”
Among the targets listed:
- Immigration restrictions.
- Religious discrimination.
- Free expression and privacy protection.
- National security.
- Whistleblower protection.
It already plans to fight Texas’ war on sanctuaries, saying, “The Institute is also supporting key plaintiffs in another Texas case, City of El Cenizo v. Texas, which challenges a new state law that seeks to counter sanctuary city policies. The law, currently scheduled to take effect on September 1, purports to make it a crime for police and other public agencies to pursue an approach to enforcing federal immigration law contrary to that officially endorsed by the State of Texas, even if they believe it is in the best interest of public safety.”