WASHINGTON – Of the government’s three branches, the Judiciary is the only unelected one, and at times the most powerful.
The Obama administration faced 20 nationwide injunctions over eight years. President Trump and his administration have already been hit with nearly 40. The judges issuing such injunctions often halt Congress, as well, blocking enforcement of federal laws and policies.
Attorney General William Barr wants to stop these injunctions. In a recent op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, he wrote, “Shrewd lawyers have learned to “shop” for a sympathetic judge willing to issue such an injunction. These days, virtually every significant congressional or presidential initiative is enjoined—often within hours—threatening our democratic system and undermining the rule of law.”
‘Being a Judge Does Not Mean You’re a Dictator or Czar’
Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) told CBN News it provides a judge…