On Tuesday, the Supreme Court officially dismissed the second and last challenge to President Donald Trump's travel ban on refugees in what is a major victory for the White House. Here's what the Supreme Court said in it's dismissal of the challenge:
We granted certiorari in this case to resolve a challenge to
the temporary suspension of entry of aliens and refugees under Section 2(c) and Section 6 of Executive Order No. 13,780. Because those provisions of the Order have “expired by [their] own terms,” the appeal no longer presents a “live case or controversy.” Burke v. Barnes, 479 U. S. 361, 363 (1987). Following our established practice in such cases, the judgment is therefore vacated, and the case is remanded to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit with instructions to dismiss as moot the challenge to Executive Order No. 13,780. United States v. Munsingwear, Inc.,
340 U. S. 36, 39 (1950). We express no view on the merit. Justice Sotomayor dissents from the order vacating the judgment below and would dismiss the writ of certiorari as improvidently granted.
The mainstream media made a whole big show over how unconstitutional Trump's travel ban was, but this makes it clear that it actually did not violate American laws. Furthermore, the ban was not the racist action that the leftwing portrayed it as, but rather was a clear attempt to protect the American people.
All one has to do is look at the situation in Europe to understand why it's so important to regulate the refugee admissions process. European nations were quick to open their borders to allow refugees in from numerous nations, and have suffered a myriad consequences. With his ban, President Trump was trying to ensure that the U.S. would not descend into this same chaos.
Despite what the mainstream media says, most Americans agree that we need proper security measures to prevent what's happening in Europe from happening here. The only thing that the loud leftists who cry racism whenever Trump takes action are accomplishing are making our country more vulnerable to attacks.
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