Jun 262012

Jay Sekulow, from the American Center for Law and Justice, said on Hannity tonight, “This is presidential activism in an unprecedented scale. The president is issuing decrees as if he was the king … The Supreme Court says that one provision is constitutional, White House says well we’re just going to suspend our relationship, enforcement relationship with the state of Arizona, which by the way has the most difficult border control issue of any state in our union.”

Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson, Jr. weighed in on the issue, saying, “Now in essence the federal government has put out a wanted poster … for law enforcement in the state of Arizona. They have now published a hotline phone number so that people in the state of Arizona can report police officers on these kinds of stops. Now the only reason they’d want to report police officers is to indict those police officers for civil rights offenses.”

Johnson added that President Obama has no interest in enforcing immigration laws, “especially in an election year.” He went on to say, “This is very serious. We have a new nullification crisis in the United States whereby a president decides by words and deeds and executive orders and hotlines and decisions to revoke immigration agreements with states and localities.”

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