Gregg Jarrett: Judge who blocked Trump's sanctuary city order should have recused himself
By Gregg Jarrett
Published April 26, 2017 Fox News
VIDEO: Trump vows to take sanctuary city case to the Supreme Court
The federal judge who ruled against President Trump’s effort to withhold money from so-called sanctuary cities had no business presiding over the case.
The appearance of partiality should have been enough for Judge William Orrick to disqualify himself. His established record of political and personal bias demanded recusal. I’m betting he didn’t even consider it.
Orrick came into the case with glaring conflicts of interest.
First, he was an accomplished “bundler” for Barack Obama, raising over $200,000 and personally donating more than $30,000. Later, he was rewarded with a federal judgeship. So, his political favoritism is more conspicuous than it would be for your average federal judge.
Second, Orrick worked on key immigration cases for Obama’s Justice Department, overseeing the Office of Immigration Litigation. He worked on cases that dealt directly with federal pre-emption of local immigration laws -- the same subject matter over which he now presides.
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