“That Just Does Not Look Like A Muslim Ban”
The Supreme Court heard arguments about President Trump’s revised immigration guidelines on Wednesday. Fox News reported that those in attendance thought the judges seemed likely to rule in favor of Trumps so-called ‘travel ban.’
According to Hannity.com:
“The Trump administration enjoyed a favorable reception Wednesday from the Supreme Court’s conservative majority in the first significant legal test of this president’s policies and power, as the justices reviewed the high-stakes challenge to the so-called travel ban,” writes Fox News.
The travel proposal effectively halts entry into the United States from specific nations over a host of security concerns. Critics claim the ban is “tainted” by anti-Muslim religious bias, while proponents say the President is within his rights to help protect US citizens from foreign threats.
“That does not look at all like a Muslim ban,” said conservative Justice Samuel Alito; adding that of the approximately 50 Muslim-majority nations, only five were on the President’s list.”