9th Circuit Judges Rebuke Febuary Travel Ban Decision – Jim

In one of the most ruthless opinions issued of fellow panel judges, five judges from across the political spectrum in the Ninth Circuit went out of their way to issue an opinion about a dismissed appeal, to remind everybody just how embarrassingly bad the prior Ninth Circuit stay panel decision was on Trump’s travel ban.

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2 Comments on 9th Circuit Judges Rebuke Febuary Travel Ban Decision – Jim

  1. Listened to this on the way home on Mark Levin this afternoon. I couldn’t help thinking of how someone was so confused about what being in-American was.

    was so

  2. These judges pointed out that the work produced by the other judges, all of the 9th Circuit, touched the line of gross incompetence. Whether it crossed into the zone of malfeasance, is for people who “play lawyers on the Internet” to decide.

    Did they begin the process to have these clearly incompetent judges removed? Impeachment is obvious, but controlled by another organization. Disbarment might not remove the offenders from the bench (I don’t play a lawyer on the Internet), but it is an internal process. Removal from actual duty seems to be just a clerical step – internal, but not even a process.

    Have they declared the work produce by these, by their own explanation, demonstrably incompetent (at best) coworkers to be unacceptable in their own work. Are all opinions deriving from opinions by all judges you know to be incompetent, moot, when they reach your own desk?

    If these judges accept the work produced by judges they know to be incompetent, as being sufficient for respect as their own, then their own work is of the same quality. So what problem is there for “respect for the rule of law”, when you’ve declared that their product is “good enough for government work”, that you’ll use it in your own government work product?

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