Senate Republicans just filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court, directly challenging President Barack Obama’s unconstitutional executive orders about amnesty!
In the challenge, Senators argue that the orders to give millions of illegals amnesty is in “stark contravention to federal law,” which is why the court must review it… and soon.
The key point from the nearly four dozen GOP senators who signed the brief is that Obama, through his immigration programs, is essentially making law from the White House, threatening the separation of powers laid out by the Constitution.
“There is little doubt that [Obama] adopted the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (“DAPA”) program as part of an explicit effort to circumvent the legislative process,” the Republicans’ friend-of-the-court brief, to be released later Monday, says.
The Republican-led House of Representatives voted last month on a resolution that green-lights an amicus brief arguing against the Obama administration. Lawyers for the House also on Monday filed their brief, which argues that “neither any immigration law now on the books nor the Constitution empowers [Obama] to authorize—let alone facilitate—the prospective violation of those laws on a massive class-wide scale.” READ MORE