Can Trump defy the courts? Even the Supreme Court? YES.

For those of you who haven't taken in a history book in a while, President Andrew Jackson defied the Supreme Court and removed my ancestors, the Cherokee, from their lands and marched them to Oklahoma. "The Trail of Tears" was the result of a President openly defying the courts.

Just letting you know, there's precedent for this President. And many of his followers consider themselves modern 'Jacksonians.' Best not get your hopes up for a judicial remedy. We are a nation of laws, but apparently the Constitution didn't spec this division of power very well.

[I think we need to be putting pressure on Repubs in their jurisdictions, convincing them that letting this guy run wild is going to cost them dearly, instead of reacting to every executive order and tweet. He can ignore protests. His Repub pals can't. Put thumbscrews on the enablers.]