ANOTHER BLOCK: Fed Court Judge Blocks Trump’s New Immigration Executive Order

You just knew that if the liberals ran around screaming loud enough they could find a sympathetic Federal Judge to put a Temporary Restraining Order on President Trump’s temporary travel ban. The President’s Executive Order has been blocked by Judge William Connelly of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin. Will this be judged as a court over reach?

As Written By Ken Kluklowski for Breitbart:

A second federal judge—this one in Wisconsin—on Friday blocked President Donald Trump’s new executive order (EO) on immigration travel, while the federal judge who blocked the first EO is reserving judgment on the revised EO.

Trump signed EO 13780 on Mar. 6, replacing his original order (EO 13769), temporarily restricting immigration from several terror-prone nations. Judge James Robart of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the first EO. The San Francisco-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit kept the TRO in place.

Lawsuits have also been filed against the new EO 13780. The plaintiff states in the original TRO lawsuit—a growing list that currently includes Washington, Minnesota, and Oregon—asked Robart to rule that the TRO blocking EO 13769 likewise applies to the new EO. Robart released an order Friday stating that none of the parties have properly filed new motions in that litigation — and that he will reserve judgment until there is a relevant motion and the legal issues have been fully briefed before his court.

However, on that same day, Judge William Connelly of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin did issue a new TRO against the new EO, holding that the plaintiff in that new lawsuit had a substantial likelihood of success on the merits, and…….

KEEP READING THERE IS MORE HERE:

Federal Court Blocks Trump Admin’s Immigration Executive Order – Breitbart

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