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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Breaking down SCOTUS' partial reinstatement of travel ban

Let the extreme vetting commence.

The Supreme Court has decided to allow the Trump administration to move forward with a more limited version of his travel ban for now. President Trump has been handed a tentative victory during his young presidency as he continues his fight against the open borders left.

The justices will hear full arguments on the merits of the case in October, giving us plenty of time to prepare for this monumental decision to come. While we wait, the court said Monday that Trump’s ban on visitors from six Muslim majority countries that the Obama administration labeled as dangerous countries riddled with terrorists can be enforced as long as those visitors lack a “credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.”

Justice Clarence Thomas was joined by Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch in saying that the government will likely succeed in this case, pointing to the obvious national security issues. These three also wanted the full travel ban to take effect immediately.

Noted legal scholar Jonathan Turley wrote an opinion piece in The Hill about how Monday’s move by the Supreme Court requires the mainstream media and its legal experts to check itself. 

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