Supreme Court Makes MASSIVE Move To STOP Obama’s Illegal Immigration Agenda

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Barack Hussein Obama is desperately trying to grant citizenship to as many illegal immigrants as he can because he knows that the vast majority of them will vote for Hillary Clinton. That’s why it came as bad news to him when a recent Supreme Court ruling stopped his illegal immigration plan dead in it’s tracks.

According to The Washington Post, a deadlocked Supreme Court failed to revive Obama’s stalled plan to shield millions of illegal aliens from deportation and give them the right to work legally in the United States. The tied vote means that a lower court’s decision that Obama exceeded his powers in issuing the executive action keeps the plan from being implemented.

Obama’s plan would have deferred deportation for the estimated four million illegal immigrants who have been in the country since 2010, have not committed any serious crimes and have family ties to U.S. citizens or others lawfully in the country. The president quickly spoke out to slam the decision, promising to continue other programs that put a top priority on deporting violent criminals rather than longtime residents who do not pose a threat to the country.

In addition, Obama slammed Republicans in congress for refusing to consider his nominee to replace Justice Antonin Scalia.

“Today’s decision is frustrating to those who seek to grow our economy and bring a rationality to our immigration system, and to allow people to come out of the shadows and lift this perpetual cloud on them,” Obama said of the court’s non-decision. “I think it is heartbreaking for the millions of immigrants who’ve made their lives here, who’ve raised families here, who hoped for the opportunity to work, pay taxes, serve in our military, and more fully contribute to this country we all love in an open way.”

We applaud the Supreme Court for taking a stand against Obama’s ridiculous illegal immigration agenda. What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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