California’s Brown’s Bill Clears Path for Illegal Aliens to Serve as State Supreme Court Justices


The controversial legislation, which had been pushed vigorously by the California Undocumented Legal Worker Association (CULWA) and immigration advocacy groups, had been strongly opposed by Judicial Watch groups, Constitutional history scholars, and some California lawmakers, arguing that it violated the rights of citizens, and amounted to a shocking corruption of due process in the California Justice system.

Supporters of the legislation disagreed. Attorney General Eric Holder called it “an important step” and a “long overdue victory”, adding “If we can do this at the state level, we should be able to do it at the national level as well”, pledging his support for legislation to allow non-citizens to qualify for appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court.

“Passing laws allowing non-citizens to qualify for drivers’ licenses was but one step. Allowing illegal residents to obtain law degrees and practice law in California was another important step toward achieving our social justice ideals. This important victory today means fairness and opportunity for members of the non-citizen community”, said Holder.

In a statement released on Thursday, Miguel DeAngelo, a spokesman for Supreme Court Appointments for Illegal Aliens (SCAFIL) stated:  “If non-U.S. citizens are empowered to practice law and argue cases before our courts, being prevented from achieving the high honor of serving on our State Supreme Court is akin to slavery. This legislative victory corrects that injustice”.

In a statement, Gov. Brown boasted that the legislation was one of seven bills signed Tuesday “to support ‘fairness’ in the undocumented worker community”, and to clear away barriers preventing access to full equality for foreigners seeking to achieve higher legal and social status alongside their fellow non-citizens”.

“The aspirations of non-U.S. citizens in California to achieve high office can’t be underestimated.” said Brown. “It’s time for potential Supreme Court Justices in our illegal immigrant community to emerge from the shadows, and participate fully in our Justice system”.

(note: in case it isn’t obvious, this is satire, complete baloney)

5 Comments on “California’s Brown’s Bill Clears Path for Illegal Aliens to Serve as State Supreme Court Justices”

  1. The Butcher says:

    Reblogged this on pundit from another planet and commented:

    I was stunned that this news item — complete baloney — barely registered a notice at all. Too subtle, maybe, or just not that funny, not sure. But the idea that an illegal alien could be a State Supreme Court Justice? Really? Well, I thought it was funny!

  2. genomega1 says:

    Reblogged this on News You May Have Missed and commented:
    California’s Brown’s Bill Clears Path for Illegal Aliens to Serve as State Supreme Court Justices #wtf #tcot

  3. Mike says:

    Reblogged this on This Got My Attention and commented:
    It’s difficult to believe. When citizenship means nothing why do we even bother having it? Perhaps the whole idea of a “United States of America” is anachronistic.

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