Kritarch Patti Saris Strikes Again

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6 January 2020
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Kritarch Patti Saris has struck again, this time in an effort to end the detention of illegal aliens so they can continue working illegally, popping out anchor babies, and commit crime. Kritarch Saris has a long history; see here, here, here, here, and here. Kritarch Saris has an agenda, which is electing a new people by mass third world immigration, which is not in the purview of a Federal Judge. Congress has the Constitutional authority to make immigration law, but those laws matter not to Kritarch Saris. And now she is on a rampage against the detention of illegal aliens during their removal proceedings, in violation of years of precedent, something judges are supposed to respect....

For the first time in at least two decades, lawyers for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are required to justify the detainment of noncitizens [illegal aliens] who are awaiting court proceedings in New England....

This is not about due process or presumption of innocence, this is about hating America and Americans.


This is what impeachment and conviction are for, an activist judge, unbound by the Constitution, law, and precedent; a kritarch with a nation breaking agenda....
On an aside, let me note, again, about the low quality of the reporting by the article’s Muslim immigrant author, Saleh. In her article she keeps referring to “noncitizens;” this is an inaccurate term when referring to aliens. There is a little know provision in immigration law that distinguishes between aliens, those persons not American citizens or nationals, and foreigners,  with the emphasis on the nationals part. In immigration law all American citizens are also nationals of the United States.  However, persons born in American Samoa or the Swains Islands are nationals of the United States, but not  citizens, therefore they are neither citizens or aliens, which makes “noncitizen” improper to use. Note also a hyphen should also be used. This is because Congress, by legislation, extended this legal status to those persons in those two island chains. Without the legislation, they would be aliens. In the case of this story, the reporter should refer to the persons in removal proceedings before the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), the immigration courts as aliens, as only aliens are subject to removal from the United States in the EOIR or other method. Neither citizens nor nationals can be removed.

Is this just stupidity by Saleh? It could be, Arabs generally a very low IQ, with Saleh presumably being a Palestinian by her physical appearance, but possibly any other Arab. No Arab nation has an average IQ over 90....