In a resounding victory for liberty, security, and the president of the United States, the Supreme Court has ordered the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to vacate (erase) its ruling that halted the travel ban issued by President Trump. The appeals court originally found that the order was unlawful, but now that decision has been completely wiped out.
The travel ban essentially said that “migrants” from specific terror-linked nations could not enter the country for 90 days. However, that wording infuriated liberal propagandists and it was widely implied to be a ban on Muslim immigration. Ignorant liberals around the country cited it as a racist order and brought the matter to the courts. Many are still calling the orders “Muslim” bans.
A coalition of AGs beat back Muslim Bans 1 & 2. We're taking a close look at tonight's order – we'll always fight to uphold the rule of law.
— Eric Schneiderman (@AGSchneiderman) September 25, 2017
The defeat must rankle. Many experts say that the the next two bans, one of which was partially stayed by liberal appointed judges, are on track to meet the fate of the first one.
“We plan to continue challenging the Muslim ban in all its forms in any way we can,” says Mariko Hirose, litigation director for the International Refugee Assistance Project, one of the lead plaintiffs in the case. Of course, liberals never give up on their globalist agenda and the push for “multiculturalism,” which really means a one world Islamic culture.
There has never been a “Muslim Ban.” The president issued an order to prevent certain countries’ migrants from entering the U.S. for a specific, short period of time.
The first travel ban actually expired in September. The White House had urged the court to wait until the expiration of the action to rule. The ban was already over when the Supreme Court ruled last night around 7:30 p.m.
The justices remanded the case back to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals (Richmond based) and dismissed it as moot. That meant that the lower court must jettison it’s ruling, as if it never happened.
Sonia Sotomayor dissented from the “vacatur” order, but agreed that the challenge should be dismissed because the issue was no longer in question. Having the appeals court remove every mention of their decision is a slap in the face to activists who wanted to see the president crash and burn because of his actions concerning terror “refugees.”
The 4th court wrote that the travel ban “drips with religious intolerance, animus, and discrimination.” However, it’s quite clear that the highest court in the land disagreed with such a liberal slant.
A second travel ban challenge, brought by the state of Hawaii, was not dismissed yesterday, but experts are pretty confident that it will be. The second ban operates for 120 days and is scheduled to end in a few weeks.
Fortunately, the previous liberal attacks have taught the administration a lesson. Law experts agree that the latest ban, unlike the previous two, is basically “bulletproof.” It outlines the rationale for each ban for each country.
“The government really has since then gathered a lot of information,” a Yale Law School staff member told reporters. “I have no idea how good it is, but the government did what it said it was going to do, which is engage in a country-by-country analysis of their national security and screening capabilities, and issued an order that at least on its face distinguishes among different countries according to those criteria,” he explained.
The Hawaii case may meet the same fate as the original dismissal. As expected, the third ban, which was issued in late September, has also been challenged in court, but it’s unlikely that any rulings will actually be able to stop it.
Never before has the election of a president been so crucial to the nation. Personal freedoms and American safety were all on the chopping block and the liberals expected a victory. However, despite their shady voting counts and planned disruptions, the American people still turned out to elect a man who was on their side, against the political puppet masters.
President Trump’s Supreme Court appointments will have a lasting, protective influence on the liberty U.S. citizens hold dear.