Obama's idea of "prosecutorial discretion": Prosecutors have no discretion on immigration

President Obama’s entire legal defense for his executive amnesty programs is that the executive branch must be afforded prosecutorial discretion when enforcing immigration laws.

So it might be a problem for his legal defense team when Obama admitted Wednesday at a Telemundo townhall that immigration officials under his policy have no prosecutorial discretion.

“The bottom line is that if somebody;s working for [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] and there is a policy and they don’t follow the policy there’s going to be consequences to it.”