In the first of what is believed will be many court battles over the lawlessness of Barack Obama’s Executive Amnesty, which he has yet to actually write, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio scored a victory. The judge in the case ruled in Arpaio’s favor and put case arguments and hearings on a fast track, in spite of Obama Justice Department attorneys asking until the end of January to submit their initial response.
According to the complaint filed by attorney Larry Klayman on behalf of Arpaio, “This unconstitutional act will have a serious detrimental impact. Specifically, it will severely strain our resources. Among the many negative [e]ffects of this executive order, will be the increased release of criminal aliens back onto streets of Maricopa County, Arizona, and the rest of the nation.”
As for Arpaio, who has been openly saying that Barack Obama is a threat to national security and is an aggressor who is attacking America, he released a statement in which he said that his actions were to have the Obama administration and federal agencies obey the law.
“I am not seeking to myself enforce the immigration laws as this is the province of the federal government. Rather, I am seeking to have the president and the other defendants obey the U.S. Constitution, which prevents this executive order from having been issued in the first place. This unconstitutional act must be enjoined by a court of law on behalf of not just myself, but all of the American people.”
Klayman filed a lawsuit in October to have Obama deported because once he went to Indonesia, his name was changed to Barry Soetoro and never legally changed back to Barack Hussein Obama. This all leads back into the scandal of Obama’s fake birth certificates, his fraudulent social security number, questionable voter registration and hisforged selective service form.