What part of United States v. Martinez-Fuerte don't liberals get?
Enjoy your short moment in the sun under the light of a trial court appointed by Clinton. In the end this will be decided by the same conservative majority that found in favor of border search exception to the 4th Amendment.
United States v. Martinez-Fuerte, 428 U.S. 543 (1976) was a decision of the United States Supreme Court that allowed the United States Border Patrol to set up permanent or fixed checkpoints on public highways leading to or away from the Mexican border, and that these checkpoints are not a violation of the Fourth Amendment.[2
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Note that it says the United States Border Patrol not the Arizona Border Patrol. Arizona or any other state cannot pass laws that supercede the Federal government. It's not about liberals. If they weren't illegally hired to do jobs by companies they wouldn't be here illegally. Who owns companies? Not liberals, mostly white conservatives who pay less than minimum wage.