Texas judge who told new citizens to leave the country if they don’t accept Trump as their president has been suspended from overseeing citizenship ceremonies

The Texas federal judge who told newly-sworn U.S. citizens to go to another country if they don’t want to accept President-elect Donald Trump as their president, will not be overseeing any citizenship ceremonies in the near future.


NY Daily News  U.S. Magistrate Judge John Primomo has been suspended from performing such duties, U.S. district judges in San Antonio said in a statement obtained by the Express-News. Judge Primomo made the controversial comments while presiding over a ceremony in San Antonio on Thursday (and was punished by the Obama regime for it)

Primomo was critical at the ceremony of protesters who carried placards saying, “He’s not my president,” according to KENS, and said he hated the actions of Colin Kaepernick and other pro athletes who kneel during the playing of the national anthem. The son of German and Italian immigrants, Primomo has been a magistrate judge since 1988.