SCOTUS okays partial travel ban, cites proud U.S. tradition of paranoid mistreatment of outsiders


The U.S. Supreme Court delivered acting President Donald Trump a partial victory by authorizing limited implementation of his temporary travel ban.

Citing a proud American heritage of paranoid mistreatment of outside groups, the Supreme Court granted limited implementation of Trump’s already limited implementation of his promised “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what the hell is going on.”

Implementation of the travel ban was originally stopped by district courts due to the alleged discriminatory nature based on nothing more than what Trump said he was going to do during his campaign for president. Sad!

The travel ban, which was issued nearly 150 days ago, was meant to last 90 days while the Trump administration assessed the screening process. So it’s super obvious that it was necessary.

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