Just when you thought the Supreme Court couldn’t erode your freedom of association more than they did by extending Title VII of the Civil Rights Act to the entire pantheon of LGBTQ+ degenerate archetypes, they kick you when you’re down.
As you’ve no doubt heard, the court ruled yesterday that President Trump doesn’t have the authority to rescind illegal executive orders from previous administrations if his reasoning doesn’t tickle their fancy just right, with John Roberts penning the majority decision. As Clarence Thomas noted in the minority opinion, this decision could essentially bar successor administrations from ever rescinding any of their predecessor’s orders — even when those orders are illegal.
Kind of black pilling on its face, but now there’s no reason for Trump not to implement Voter ID by executive order. Might as well issue new guidance on the Citizenship Clause of the 14th Amendment, while he’s at it. By the standard set forth by John Roberts and the liberal justices of the court, no one would ever be able to do anything about it.
We’ve also got some small surprise white pills.
This is EPISODE 458 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!