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Donald Trump fired the acting Attorney General, Sally Yates, for refusing to enforce his immigration ban.
But, Sally Yates isn't going down that easy.
Do you believe we need more heroes who will stand up for what is right?
Draft Sally to run for Governor of Georgia in 2018. Your card will only be charged if Sally decides to run and take on Trump as a Governor.
Sally is a 27-year career veteran of the Justice Department. She chose to defy Trump rather than defend the indefensible. Yates sent a letter to her prosecutors saying in part...
My responsibility is to ensure that the position of the Department of Justice is not only legally defensible, but is informed by our best view of what the law is after consideration of all the facts. In addition, I am responsible for ensuring that the positions we take in court remain consistent with this institution’s solemn obligation to always seek justice and stand for what is right. At present, I am not convinced that the defense of the Executive Order is consistent with these responsibilities nor am I convinced that the Executive Order is lawful.
Consequently, for as long as I am the Acting Attorney General, the Department of Justice will not present arguments in defense of the Executive Order, unless and until I become convinced that it is appropriate to do so.
Trump fired her hours later for betrayal.
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“She is a courageous American hero!”
June 5, 2017
Not that we needed any more reason to support Sally for Governor, but in addition to standing up to the immigration ban, Sally also warned Trump that Michael Flynn was compromised.
From the New York Times
WASHINGTON — Less than a week into the Trump administration, Sally Q. Yates, the acting attorney general, hurried to the White House with an urgent concern. The president’s national security adviser, she said, had lied to the vice president about his Russian contacts and was vulnerable to blackmail by Moscow.
“We wanted to tell the White House as quickly as possible,” Ms. Yates told a Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Monday. “To state the obvious: You don’t want your national security adviser compromised with the Russians.”