The US Supreme Court upholds the Trump travel ban
By a vote of 5 to 4, the US Supreme Court Tuesday upheld President Donald Trump’s travel ban that restricted immigration from seven countries, most of them majority-Muslim. The court ruled that the ban, repeatedly challenged by lower courts, was within his constitutional authority. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the majority opinion, against the dissent of the court’s four liberals — Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan.
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Only the liberal dumbasses of that muzzie obozo cannot understand clear constitutional law and presidential mandates and authority, a minority partaay of minority intelligence.
Obozo claimed to be a Constitutional Law expert, yet he NEVER argued a case infront of the Supreme Court.
But Ted Cruz did.
13 second Youtube of Obozo bowing, deeply, like a Slave, to the late King of Saudi Arabia.
Sweet justice and sense coming out of the Supreme Court except for the four leftists liberals. I strongly suspect their hearts have been hardened against the truth of the Holy Bible long ago. Peace.
– – – THE RADICAL ISLAM IS DOOMED ! – – –
DOOMED, VERY DOOMED, MOST DOOMED !
ban all muslims
Yes, and this must go for the delegates to the UN General assemblies in NY !
But, hey! There are plenty of empty cells in Guantanamo.
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