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On “The Mark Levin Show” Wednesday night, Conservative Review’s editor-in-chief called out “rogue judges” in today’s “judicial anarchy,” as one Derrick Watson, a federal judge in Hawaii, blocked President Trump’s second draft of the executive order suspending travel from six high-risk countries.


“We have, ladies and gentlemen, rogue federal district judges now; we have rogue courts,” Levin exclaimed. “We have judicial anarchy taking place … where judges are seizing plenary authority from the president of the United States to keep this nation safe — to control our borders and to determine the nature of our immigration in this country.”

“This judicial tyranny has got to end. And that’s exactly what this is!” Levin said. “The framers of the Constitution, the state ratifiers of the Constitution, would have had none of this. None of it! Appalling — absolutely appalling.”

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Nate Madden is a Staff Writer for Conservative Review, focusing on religious freedom, immigration, and the judiciary. He previously served as the Director of Policy Relations for the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative. A Publius Fellow, John Jay Fellow, Citadel Parliamentary Fellow and National Journalism Center alumnus, Nate’s writing has previously appeared in several religious and news publications. Follow him @NateMaddenCR and on Facebook.