Wow! You’re a complete fucking asshole. https://t.co/w5azMjBjvt— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) June 26, 2018
Today the Supreme Court of the United States stood on the wrong side of history, choosing to uphold racism and xenophobia by ruling that the Trump administrations third attempt at a Muslim ban was constitutional. Justice Sotomayor's dissent, co-signed by Justice Ginsberg, was brutal and called out the hypocrisy between the court's earlier decision this week in the Masterpiece Cakeshop and the Travel Ban.
"But she noted that the court’s conservatives did not find a similar problem with Trump’s own words about Muslims and the travel ban his Administration put in place.
“Unlike in Masterpiece, where the majority considered the state commissioners’ statements about religion to be persuasive evidence of unconstitutional government action, the majority here completely sets aside the President’s charged statements about Muslims as irrelevant,” she wrote"
Read more about the dissent here and and at the SCOTUS website.
Shame on the Supreme Court ..shame on you ..— Rosanna Arquette (@RoArquette) June 26, 2018
Most amazing thing is even Trump is surprised (Wow!) that conservatives were able to steal Obama's SCOTUS pick and start truly MAKING AMERICAN WHITE AGAIN! This is a very sad day for our beautiful country. Huge step back towards much darker days. https://t.co/U7dfWNvais— Morgan J. Freeman (@mjfree) June 26, 2018
Make no mistake, it’s a slow coup. Billionaires & Russians & white Congressman. F*ck Civility, anyone? https://t.co/0RUydLm5gG— Ken Olin (@kenolin1) June 26, 2018
YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) June 26, 2018
Throwback to protesting Trump’s Muslim Ban at JFK last year. Today’s #SCOTUS decision can only be described as inherently un-American. The Muslim Ban is a tool intended to bring out the worst fears in us and is a blatant attack on those striving to live the American Dream. pic.twitter.com/5SRBNVV3NP— Cynthia Nixon (@CynthiaNixon) June 26, 2018
And just a reminder that SCOTUS has erred in their rulings before....
In 1944, the Supreme Court allowed the US government to imprison Japanese Americans solely because of their national origin and ethnicity, based on empty claims of national security.— ACLU (@ACLU) June 26, 2018
It’s one of the most shameful chapters of US history, and today’s decision now joins it.
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