It was a very interesting discussion last evening, on FoxNews, between Tucker and a liberal lawyer, about the court decision on the travel ban. And the most important point in the judges decision was weather the constitution and some court procedural rights apply to alien people who get a visa to come to USA, before they enter the country. And the lawyer stated that yes those people have those rights. Then Tucker asked what if people from Iraq or Syria, having a valid visa, sue the government for damages caused by bombings. And the lawyer said is an overreach and court ruling applies only to immigrants.
I think you already knew this but I repeated it to have it up front.
The thing is that those people with lost property because of the bombings are already in USA as refugees. And the constitution apply for them before they entered usa.
Doesn’t that mean that refugees can sue the government for damages without being an overreach ? If yes probably there are already lawyers working on this…