A Berkeley-trained ideologue born in Vietnam has single-handedly overturned American immigration law.
Miranda Du, the Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Nevada, ruled today that illegal aliens cannot be prosecuted for illegally re-entering the country due to immigration law's "Disparate Impact" against "Latinx" individuals.
According to court documents obtained by National Justice, the defendant was Gustavo Carrillo-Lopez, a career Mexican drug trafficker who has now been caught inside the country a third time.
Carillo-Lopez was removed from the country in 1999 and again in 2012, when he was convicted for selling drugs and beating his wife. The illegal alien was found in the country again in 2019, where he was found in possession of multiple firearms and large quantities of cocaine, methamphetamine and heroin intended for distribution. By 2020, a Grand Jury indicted him under criminal law that forbids deported aliens from reentering the country.
Relying heavily on a political narrative developed by "Afro-Latinx" UCLA history professor and anti-white activist Kelly Lytle Hernandez, Judge Du declared that Section 1326 of the Immigration and Nationality Act is illegitimate because a few supporters of the law used the term "wetback" in1952.
The law was altered numerous times during the 1980s and 90s to erase all racial inferences, but because the overwhelming majority of illegals charged with the crime come from Mexico and Central America, Du doubled down and dismissed the case as a violation of a Mexican drug traffickers right to the Equal Protection Clause.
Federal judges appear to be coordinating a renewed assault on federal immigration enforcement. The seal was broken earlier in the month when Jewish Judge Michael Howard Simon called on Congress to eliminate and repudiate Section 1326, though he stopped short of declaring it unconstitutional.
Under both Trump and now Biden, the law is exclusively utilized against repeat violent offenders as a way to discourage them from coming back to commit more crimes in the United States.
Under Merrick Garland, who holds Jewish extremist positions on immigration, there is very little chance the Department of Justice will fight Judge Du's decision on appeal. Unless Congress acts to restore order, there will no longer be penalties for deported criminal aliens from Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean who return to put American citizens in danger again.