Throughout the ridiculous “resistance” of the liberal left, a number of President Trump’s policies have been scheduled for the gallows…even if those policies were both approved by the American people and designed to strengthen national security.
This is why we must be ever so careful with the dissonance that the democrats are sowing: It is not an ordinary opposition at all, but, rather, a blind and flailing attempt at landing a blow through a furious and disjointed anger. There is no class in their act, nor are they adhering to the rules of decorum set forth by those statesmen who’ve come before them. They are simply throwing a tantrum, kicking and screaming on the floor of a crowded Congress.
It’s rather pathetic, but, given how little the American people think of Congress as a whole, we’ve been content in watching them toss about in a tizzy for the time being.
Now, however, one of these controversial Trumpian policies is getting backup from the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld President Trump’s controversial travel ban affecting several mostly Muslim countries, offering a limited endorsement of the president’s executive authority on immigration in one of the hardest-fought battles of this term.
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In a written statement, Trump called the ruling “a tremendous victory for the American People and the Constitution.” As critics continued to decry the policy as “xenophobic,” Trump described the court decision as “a moment of profound vindication following months of hysterical commentary from the media and Democratic politicians who refuse to do what it takes to secure our border and our country.”
The Trump “Travel Ban” has already been at the center of a number of judicial conflicts, as liberally-biased judges beholden to former President Barack Obama have made no qualms about openly attacking the directive in court.
Of course, the ban itself was opposed by the left on the flimsy basis that it was Donald Trump’s idea, which is literally all it takes for the left to oppose a motion. If the President today were to declare that all Americans get $500 back from the IRS for something, there is no doubt that you would see women like Nancy Pelosi and Lena Dunham tearing up their checks on Twitter in order to gain favor with their constituents.
This absurdity may never be a curable issue, but we can learn to recognize it and avoid giving these people power in the future.