Supreme Court restores part of Muslim Ban, protesters show up outside

On the 26th of June, the US Supreme Court let much of Trump's ban on Muslim travellers from six countries go into effect for 90 days. Those who could prove a connection to a US citizen or organizations were exempted. Several hours later, protesters assembled outside the Supreme Court, and attorneys were reported to be on their way to airports again.

The Supreme Courts lists only a "bona fide relationship" to someone or an organization (e.g a corporation) already in the US. Fear of death or torture at the hands of Daesh, Assad, Erogden et all the Supreme Court did not seem to care about.This kind of hate is part of what makes Trump a Fascist

Video-protesters chant "Here hate has no home" at SCOTUS

Photo by Amnesty International

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