Appeals court blocks emergency funding for border wall

Appeals court blocks emergency funding for border wall

A federal appeals court on Wednesday refused to lift an injunction barring the Trump administration from using $2.5 billion intended for the fight against illegal narcotics to build a wall along the border. ’Congress did not appropriate money to build the border barriers defendants seek to build here’, the three-judge panel said in the ruling.

Timothy
Timothy
Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 6 months

How about stop blocking everything and actually do some fucking work.

SimonR
SimonR 6 months

To the supreme court

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious 6 months

The 9th Circus strikes again

WJ MacKENZIE
WJ MacKENZIE 6 months

Correct! Congress did not allocate tose funds to build the wall. They allocated it to deal with the drug trafficking problem. The wall is part of the measures for dealing with the drug trafficking problem. Those three judges are deliberatly obstructing and protecting the illegal drug cartels.

Seth Harpenger
Seth Harpenger 6 months

because they want migrants to litterally be coralled in the middle of a desert because nothing else has the funding to exist

Nicholas Noel
Nicholas Noel 6 months

Blocking Trump to hurt him, but actually hurts actual Americans.

ikab baki
ikab baki 6 months

Surprising to see the American president is a lame duck in his own country. Thank it yourselves Americans, You were too lazy to go to vote in enough numbers in the midterms. Rebuplicans and pro-sanity people should had make a much higher voter turnout.

Erik
Erik 6 months

Hey, here’s an idea: how bout we just stop using illegal narcotics. Or if you really have to, get your illegal narcotics from a more reputable domestic source. The wall will not help with that, I hear the Mexicans are already working on catapults & parachutes. What the wall will do however is severely damage relations to a country directly bordering the states and there are easier and cheaper ways to achieve that am I right :) It is stupid.

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