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Can the -- tenacity as -- best offense not to help Arizona of these illegal.
Detainees even after this unanimous.
Supreme -- vote on my question.
It is what did the president -- -- not to help Arizona do well.
Essentially what what the what the president is saying is that to the extent that Arizona was in the end they judgment of the Justice Department.
National prerogatives in terms of an immigration law enforcement.
That the federal government will not be part of implementing that or assisting.
Arizona and doing that because for instance the example is Don.
If if I'm Jay walking in Arizona.
You can arrest me for Jay walking and -- -- as a result have the right to inquire about my immigration status.
But it can take no -- time.
That it takes normally for me to be involved in the Jay -- process so if you add an extra day.
To inquire about my immigration status beyond what it normally takes to acquire about.
-- Jay walking.
That could be unconstitutional.
And the court is saying they're gonna monitor that.
The federal government is not going to assist Arizona in making those kinds of activities -- -- -- -- point died judge -- A look -- -- -- they've most recent appointee to the Supreme Court.
Recused herself she did not vote on that is.
Because she was previously solicitor general now it is quite likely that now she recuse herself -- this decision.
If it comes back again for review based on monitoring.
And also based on racial profiling and civil rights -- violations that -- likely be the next level of charges that could make their way to -- Supreme Court.
Alain Kagan may very well feel that because she be accused -- -- -- this decision.
She could participate.
In the next round of by judicial.
Of -- view at the level of the Supreme Court.
And no I don't typically the other way to make it an even more in -- it.
Reversal of that that decision there.
Do you -- draw all the -- but is that -- wrong and asking me suspects.
To show their papers.
To show their papers and I think that -- and and America.
I believe in enforcement of the law and if you are a guilty or -- or perceived to be.
Violating an existing law.
And that's what they law enforcement is focuses on.
Now we do know that if they pull you over they can search your car search your trunk and if you -- pulled over speeding and they find drugs marijuana or something.
That you can be prosecuted for that.
There's just something that I'm very uncomfortable about.
With this particular activity because of the fact -- That it suggests a specific targeted group of Americans.
Are more likely to be candidates for these types of searches and that becomes a really close slippery slope.
To racial profiling and I have a great concern about it but you see the way UN I talking about it Don.
Would be helpful for more Americans -- have well conversation in this way and not on -- I'd love certain.
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Almost suspect over for a legitimate reason okay -- generation right they've they've run -- -- lighter than you know what I.
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All orders support.
Then asking them if -- liberal and -- asking them to support on affirmative answer with their papers while.
First while I don't favorite at all personally of -- -- -- that part of the question nor do I support it however I do accept the notion.
From a legal perspective.
That if a person because we have this established an American jurisprudence.
I -- in law enforcement throughout the country that affects all of its white black brown -- whatever if you are pulled over or stopped because of a legitimate.
That they -- law enforcement does have the right.
To look for other things like marijuana like -- hidden weapon that kind of thing I think you could make the argument.
That this would entitle you to do that the problem in Arizona was that Hispanics had.
That the police would pull them over because they looked Hispanic.
And as a result -- -- -- there was a higher probability.
Of being able to find a violation of immigration.
That's the problem and that's where the constitutional issue has to still be addressed.
But the -- -- eleven -- that is some of those other areas.
Burroughs on -- close of the border into the Lorton face.
-- horrific situation.
Been robbed and most kinds of things -- -- various kinds of crime.
Solved by illegal immigrants primarily.
Well we'll have a club dog -- -- about all of us so.
That's true Don but but but without question.
If we're talking about.
People who rob Steele.
Wonder farmland and and and the individual property of Americans it doesn't matter what -- immigration status is they need to be apprehended and prosecuted under the laws on the books against those specific statute violations and there's plenty of law that would take there are of the penalties and the remedies for that that they don't need to even deal with the other aspect of -- data with the data criminals.
But stable but -- people on the borders -- all the star one.
Not been enforced -- and -- got a porous border.
You know -- -- -- -- British checking up -- so that's sort of position knock on Centre opposition of somebody's.
Committed a crime regardless early on elevated right chorus of -- -- all sort of thing so.
Right and I must say Don that the Supreme Court yesterday.
Did in fact uphold the principle that whether you are comfortable or unhappy with the act.
Activity on the border with regard to enforcement it is not to State's prerogative -- their responsibility that's the federal governments are you merited -- -- -- They're willing to draw what -- holder.
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