According to Washington Post.
First, candidate Donald Trump said a judge of Mexican descent couldn’t give him a fair hearing.
Now, President Trump’s attorney general, Jeff Sessions, is suggesting that a judge from Hawaii — which he dismissively labels “an island in the Pacific” — should not be able to strike down Trump’s travel ban.
Here’s what Sessions told radio host Mark Levin on Wednesday, in audio uncovered by CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski:
We are confident that the president will prevail on appeal and particularly in the Supreme Court, if not the Ninth Circuit. So this is a huge matter. I really am amazed that a judge sitting on an island in the Pacific can issue an order that stops the president of the United States from what appears to be clearly his statutory and Constitutional power.
This is how contempt is expressed by racists. The issue of law was not engaged by the attorney general. His ire was focused on who and where.
Ever noticed how they pick and choose the geography and references. For example, are the British, Irish, Greeks, Japanese, islanders? By definition, yes. Lots of others. But when Sessions wants his daily vomit 🤢 of slurs, he always has one ready. The 45th is no different, so who is there to tell Sessions that his behavior is unacceptable for even a middle school child. Brings one back to the “specks of dust” reference by the colonial French.
But an ass is an ass. Can’t train it to be anything higher.