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Baby White Pill: Supreme Court Upholds President Trump’s Travel/Moslem Ban

Monday, December 4, 2017 15:58
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The reason I decided to term this Supreme Court decision just a baby white pill is basically due to the fact that I feel as if the Moslem ban should have been easily extended to nations such as Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Algeria, etc…

It would have been just as easy, if not easier, to defend in court than this watered down series of travel restrictions – last I checked, there haven’t been reports of Venezuelans or North Koreans driving trucks of peace through the streets of any major or minor American city.

Nor have I heard of any Iranians tearing through crowds with knives of love – I’d rather not have them in my country in any significant numbers, but the fact remains that Iran as a nation heroically stands against Sunni and Israeli terrorism each and every day.

Still, I suppose the fact that nations like Syria and Somalia grace the upheld list is enough to smile – my guess is that Canada and Cuck Island will step up their immigration numbers to compensate.

New York Times:

The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the third version of the Trump administration’s travel ban to go into effect while legal challenges against it continue. The decision was a victory for the administration after its mixed success before the court over the summer, when justices considered and eventually dismissed disputes over the second version.

The court’s brief, unsigned order on Monday urged appeals courts to move swiftly to determine whether the latest ban was lawful. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor said they would have denied the administration’s request to allow the latest ban to go into effect.

The third and newest version of the ban, issued by President Trump in a proclamation in September, imposed restrictions on citizens of Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen. In a pair of filings in the Supreme Court, Solicitor General Noel J. Francisco said Mr. Trump had acted under his broad constitutional and statutory to control immigration.

Mr. Francisco wrote that the process leading to the September proclamation was more deliberate than those that had led to earlier bans, issued in January and March. Those earlier orders were temporary measures, he wrote, while the proclamation was the product of extensive study and deliberation.

Lawyers with the American Civil Liberties Union, which represents people and groups challenging the ban, told the justices that little had changed. “The proclamation is the third order the president has signed this year banning more than 100 million individuals from Muslim-majority nations from coming to the United States,” they wrote.

In October, federal judges in Maryland and Hawaii blocked major parts of the latest ban while legal challenges proceed.

Another day, and yet another reason arguing against the system of government we’re  saddled with – what we currently have is almost insane as Late Republican Rome trying to run an empire with a system designed for a small city-state.

In reality, it’s so bad that even if we were to instantaneously remove all Jews and other non-Whites, we’d still be stuck in a mess worthy of legend – actually, it wouldn’t be too long before the same expelled populations were let back in anyway.


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