Supremes Give The President A Win

The Supreme Court has decided the president can transfer funds toward the construction of the border wall. Naturally, the court was divided along party lines.

The Supreme Court allowed President Donald Trump to reprogram $2.5 billion in Pentagon funds to start construction on 100 miles of border wall in a Friday order.

The five conservative justices voted with the government in full. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan indicated their full dissent. Justice Stephen Breyer proposed a compromise in a partial dissent.

Dear NeverTrmp grifters, if you had your way, the Supreme Court would have a lopsided 6-3 liberal slant – 7-2 if you count the squishy John Roberts – and the country would irreparably damaged.

“The government has made a sufficient showing at this stage that the plaintiffs have no cause of action to obtain review,” the Court’s order reads.

The leftist ACLU filed this frivolous case, and are claiming the fight is not over. The president needs the wall started before the Ninth Circuit or some other activist judges issue a restraining order.

Personally, I think the president should go all Andrew Jackson on the courts, build the wall, and say, “Let them enforce it!”

3 thoughts on “Supremes Give The President A Win

  1. It won’t be long before some chickenshirt leftist district court judge rules that the Supreme Court had no jurisdiction when they ruled in favor of the President. “How DARE they usurp his authority!”

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  2. He’s won pretty much every time things have gone to the SCOTUS. For the very simple reason that the libtards don’t have a Constitutional leg to stand on. Can’t wait till the 9th Circuit clowns have been completely replaced with conservative judges. : )

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