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In response to Tom Crawford's column
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Forsyth County News

Mr. Tom Crawford:

I realize your column is supposed to be based on your left leaning opinions.

I don’t agree with 99% of your “opinions,” however if the Forsyth County News chooses to publish them so be it!

Having said that, you may be entitled to your opinion, but not to your own facts.

First, regarding Yates, she may be everything you alledge she is, however she is not entitled to her political feelings when upholding the law.

She did not support President Trump’s executive order on immigration because the “felt it was not justified according to her opinion; or that it was maybe unconstitutional?

Her job is to enforce the Constitution, and it gives the President the explicit right to determine who is and is not allowed into the United States.

That has been upheld by no less that Jonathan Turley of Georgetown Law, Judicial Watch, Jay Seculo of the institute of Law and Justice; I could go on and on.

As for the Liberal Judge Robar from Washington State, he was appointed by senator Patty Murray from the same state as a quid pro quo deal with George Bush.

And finally, I guess you might call this semantics, but only one alleged wacko left wing Washington State judge issued the stay.

The Massachusetts judge who originally was going to issue his stay declined because he did agree the President has the Constitutional right to do what he did.

I love how you choose to include the word several to support your view. Way to go Mr. Crawford!

I welcome any follow up refuting the Constitutionality of President Trump’s executive order.

And if you are remotely interested, read Title 8, Section 1182 of the U.S. Code which is part of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952.

A P Gulla