Trump Keeps Winning: Supreme Court Reinstates Key Parts Of Travel Ban—Here Is What Happened

The Supreme Court just went a long way in backing President Trump in his efforts to create a better vetting system for those he has chosen to fall under his previously halted travel ban. It was a unanimous vote to ensure and reiterate that the President does, in fact, have every right to implement a travel ban from anywhere he so chooses if the person traveling to the U.S. doesn’t already have ties to the U.S. 3 of the sitting Supreme Court Justices stated that they would have gone even farther to implement a more thorough ban as well.

President Trump is also very much within his rights as the President to halt the refugee program until he can further decide on the best course of action for proper vetting. Pair that with his push for I.C.E. to round up the illegal criminals and we are well on our way to a better and safer America.

According to Sarah Palin:

The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the majority of President Trump’s travel ban can officially go into effect, overturning the 9th circuit ruling and giving the administration its greatest victory yet. SCOTUS justices concluded rulings by lower courts were “far too broad” and that the President can institute the ban for foreigners who don’t already have U.S. ties.

Check it out (per Washington Times):

That means the president can begin denying visas to visitors from six countries — Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen — who don’t already have family in the U.S., or some other prior connection such as participation in an education program. Mr. Trump is also free to halt refugee admissions worldwide, with the same exception for people who already have a connection to the U.S.

The court went on to say that Trump’s presidential powers are at their peak in regards to issues involving foreigners who’ve not yet formed American connections. The court’s ruling was unanimous, however, Justices Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, and Samuel Alito said they’ve would’ve gone farther than the court had agreed upon to lift the prior rulings. SCOTUS said they’ll hear a broader presentation of the case come October, but there may be no need if the administration has concluded the review of visa policies by then.

Take that liberal snowflakes! Finally, the Supreme Court is doing its job and working within the actual system it was created to work within. The Constitution doesn’t cover illegals nor does it cover foreigners and as such our President can ban travel all he wants!

True American values just keep winning and it has us on an amazing path to the very victory of taking back our country that Trump promised throughout his entire campaign. No matter what happens we can never say that Trump went back on his word that’s for sure! Now to just get a few pesky details worked out and get the ball back to rolling on this ban as well as the deportation of those that shouldn’t be in this country, to begin with!

H/T [ Sarah Palin ]

 

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