On Tuesday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal of amnesty that was granted to 5 million illegal aliens by Barack Hussein Obama through executive action. After publicly announcing 22 times that he did not have the legal authority, Obama gave amnesty and work permits to illegal aliens because Congress failed to agree with him. Oral argument is predicted as early as April in Case No. 15-674, United States of America, et al. v. State of Texas, et al., with a decision sometime before the 2016 elections.
So what will this mean for the future of our country? On the one hand, in that case, the Obama administration is seeking to overturn the preliminary injunction blocking Obama’s amnesty programs in. The Honorable Andrew Hanen in Texas issued an order and the 5th Circuit upheld Judge Hanen’s injunction. So, technically, at least four of the Supreme Court’s nine justices voted to consider whether to overturn the 5th Circuit, vacate Judge Hanen’s injunction and allow Obama’s amnesty to go forward immediately.