It seems there is no end to just how far Hillary Clinton’s tentacles reach. Her sycophants and ‘yes men’ seem to have infiltrated the furthest reaches of the country and beyond and the stench of their corruption follows them. That corrupt stench led the U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) to lodge an official complaint against an immigration judge based in Southern California for choosing to use the bench as a political platform to campaign for Clinton.
The OSC announced in a statement “it has filed a complaint with the Merit Systems Protection Board requesting disciplinary action against Carmene “Zsa Zsa” DePaolo, an immigration judge employed by the U.S. Department of Justice. In the complaint, OSC alleges that DePaolo violated the Hatch Act when she promoted then-Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s plan for immigration reform during a deportation hearing over which DePaolo was presiding in March 2016.”
In recent years and even more so since President Donald Trump took office activist judges with a significant case of “black robe fever” have allowed their personal politics to play out in courtrooms across the nation. They hide behind their gavels using their position to undermine the Constitution, legislating from the bench rather than enforcing the rule of law. President Trump has repeatedly complained about activist immigration judges and the variety of problems they present in his attempts to secure the nation’s borders. This disciplinary action now being pursued against DePaolo is further proof his complaints have merit.
OSC revealed in the filing with the Merit Systems Protection Board, DePaolo is being referred for disciplinary action for saying, during an open deportation hearing, that the threat of a 10-year ban on re-entry for an undocumented person was “a pretty harsh thing” that then-Democratic presidential candidate Clinton was planning to change.
DePaolo went on to explain her position from the bench stating the policy would be altered provided that “the Senate becomes a Democratic body and there’s some hope that they can actually pass immigration legislation,” She then went on to criticize the Republicans, stating they by contrast, “aren’t going to do anything” about immigration “if they can help it,” other than to “try to deport everybody,” according to the OSC’s account.