America is reaching a crisis point.

Rogue Obama judges continue to sabotage the Trump agenda.

And now one court handed down this jaw-dropping ruling that left Trump seething with rage.

Donald Trump recognizes America faces an illegal alien invasion along the Southern border.

Over 100,000 illegal aliens are now trying to breach America’s border each month.

To combat this invasion, President Trump instituted a policy mandating that non-Mexican asylum seekers wait in Mexico – rather than being released into the United States – while they wait for the courts to adjudicate their asylum claim.

Customs and Border Patrol does not have the resources to house the flood of illegal aliens.

Smugglers and illegal aliens understand this.

The much-publicized “catch and release” program acts as a magnet for illegal aliens who know that if they reach the border, the government will be forced to turn them loose in the nation’s interior.

Trump tried to stem this tide by instituting the “remain in Mexico” policy.

But a San Francisco district court Obama judge stopped the policy.

“First, the statute that vests DHS with authority in some circumstances to return certain aliens to a “contiguous territory” cannot be read to apply to the individual plaintiffs or others similarly situated. Second, even assuming the statute could or should be applied to the individual plaintiffs, they have met their burden to enjoin the MPP on grounds that it lacks sufficient protections against aliens being returned to places where they face undue risk to their lives or freedom. Accordingly, plaintiffs’ motion for a preliminary injunction will be granted,” Judge Richard Seeborg wrote.

However, Judge Seeborg realized he was on shaky grounds and left a pathway for the Trump administration to implement this policy.

Judge Seeborg wrote, “To be clear, the issue in this case is not whether it would be permissible for Congress to authorize DHS to return aliens to Mexico pending final determinations as to their admissibility. Nor does anything in this decision imply that DHS would be unable to exercise any such authority in a legal manner should it provide adequate safeguards. Likewise, the legal question is not whether the MPP is a wise, intelligent, or humane policy, or whether it is the best approach for addressing the circumstances the executive branch contends constitute a crisis. Policy decisions remain for the political branches of government to make, implement, and enforce.”

Critics believe Judge Seeborg did this just to grind the gears of Trump’s immigration policy to a temporary halt because he knew the Supreme Court would eventually rule in Trump’s favor.

So Seeborg left an escape hatch for the Trump administration to slightly alter the policy so another court would not step in and overrule Seeborg and give Trump the ultimate legal victory.

“Rather, this injunction turns on the narrow issue of whether the MPP complies with the Administrative Procedures Act (“APA”). The conclusion of this order is only that plaintiffs are likely to show it does not, because the statute DHS contends the MPP is designed to enforce does not apply to these circumstances, and even if it did, further procedural protections would be required to conform to the government’s acknowledged obligation to ensure aliens are not returned to unduly dangerous circumstances,” Judge Seeborg concluded.

President Trump and his supporters think one of the issues the Supreme Court needs to shut down are local district court judges like Seeborg instituting nationwide injunctions that block Trump’s policies.

Local judges are turning themselves into unelected one-man policy boards by taking this course of action.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.