Appleseed wants changes to immigration courts (Soros-linked)
A national advocacy group recommended Wednesday improving the country's beleaguered immigration court system by reforming how judges are selected and promoting impartiality.
A study by Appleseed, a non-profit that works to reform the justice system, also suggested improving the accuracy of translations, reducing use of videoconferencing for hearings and ensuring court representation for immigrants.
Then, you learn more about the group from pages like this or this, including that they're linked to George Soros and the Tides Foundation. Then, you realize this is yet another head in the Soros hydra designed to block enforcement of our immigration laws.
In fact, even the AP gives the game away:
Among the study's recommendations: ensuring the hiring process for immigration judges and members of the Board of Immigration Appeals has been fully de-politicized; expanding judges' authority to sanction attorneys representing the government; design appropriate ways to discipline judges for violations. Appleseed said A DOJ report detailed a systematic campaign by the previous administration to pack the immigration courts with Republicans who were "completely on the team."
For Department of Homeland security attorneys, Appleseed suggested encouraging more prosecutorial discretion and reminding them "their mission is to enforce the law as written, not to deport every immigrant."