Well, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals issued their ruling about President Trump’s Executive Order 13769. You know, that EO that called for a 90-day halt of people coming from countries that are hotbeds of terrorism so the vetting process can be managed better? Yes, that one. The court heard arguments on the case two weeks ago.
You can read the entire ruling here. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights, shall we? According to the 4th Circuit, the text of the EO is super duper vague on national security but is DRIPPING with religious intolerance, animus, and discrimination.
— Jacob Gershman (@jacobgershman) May 25, 2017
I’d say it’s a sure bet that Judge Gregory and the rest of the 4th Circuit are NOT fans of President Trump.
Moreover, their ruling shows they believe that this was a Muslim ban rather than a travel ban, and that Islam in all forms is nice, sweet, pretty, and chock full of rainbows and unicorns.
It should come as no surprise, given the nature of the attack at the Manchester Arena last night, that ISIS is claiming responsibility as Jodi pointed out…
Just as the Ariana Grande concert ended at Manchester Arena in England, explosions not related to the concert were heard. Suspected Explosions Occurred Moments After @ArianaGrande Finished…