DHS Defies Court Ruling: Rushing Amnesty Contracts at “Full-Throttle Pace” UPDATED

UPDATE: Good News: Hours after Judicial Watch posted this story, the government cancelled the Request For Proposal (RFP). It looks like they were trying to pull a fast one, but got caught.
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It’s almost as if Monday’s Federal Court injunction to stop Obama’s Executive Amnesty didn’t happen.
According to a Judicial Watch source,  DHS is rushing to award contracts to 200 – 600 companies to process illegal immigrants as soon as possible.
Though a federal court has blocked President Obama’s amnesty order the administration continues working behind the scenes to quickly award multi-million-dollar contracts to firms that can expeditiously process millions of illegal immigrants, a government source has alerted Judicial Watch.

The complex deal is being rushed through at a “full-throttle pace” extremely rare for such a huge venture  that’s sure to radically change the current system, according to JW’s source, who has worked for decades as a contract expert at the highest levels of government. The Request For Proposal (RFP) was recently posted in the government’s official database for federal procurement opportunities and comes from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) agency charged with processing visa and naturalization petitions, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

The RFP estimates that the population of potential requesters for the president’s deferred action will be “approximately four million people” and that USCIS anticipates the initial filing of “approximately five to six million forms” related to the amnesty order which also covers the illegal immigrant parents of U.S. citizens and lawful residents. The work is to begin in mid-March, the document reveals, and the contractor will operate out of a new center in Arlington, Virginia because there is no current facility with available space or staff to accommodate the “additional volume of work.” The center will be dedicated to processing deferred action for illegal immigrant parents of citizens, employment authorization and correspondence management.

Read the rest here.

Something seems to have changed since Tuesday when DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said that although he “strongly” disagreed with the decision, “we recognize we must comply with it.”

Judge Hanen’s order specifically bans agencies like DHS and USCIS from executing Obama’s executive action.

Looks like we may have a Constitutional Crisis on our hands.

SEE ALSO:

Hot Air: Rasmussen: Plurality of Democrats think Obama should be able to ignore court rulings if it’s “important”:

A small reminder that Obama couldn’t get away with his authoritarian plays on immigration and health care if his party wasn’t backing him up. Turns out, in fact, that they’re willing to go even further than he is. Obama tends to limit himself to summarily rewriting federal statutes, like immigration laws and ObamaCare’s employer mandate. Democrats wonder: Why not rewrite some federal court rulings too?

Something to bear in mind as we wait for SCOTUS’s decision on ObamaCare subsidies in the Halbig case and the Fifth Circuit’s decision on that injunction blocking O’s executive amnesty. He’s already entered the YOPO phase of his presidency. Why not make his base happy by ignoring any adverse rulings and instigating a full-blown constitutional crisis?

UPDATE: 

Obama Seeking An Emergency Court Order To Go Ahead With Executive Action On Amnesty…

When it comes to Obama’s fundamental transformation, #WeCan’tWait

When it comes to fighting an growing evil that is quickly turning into an existential threat, #What’sTheRush

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