Finally good news for President Donald Trump – Supreme Court just permitted a temporary lift of Trump’s travel ban restrictions!
A few days ago, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals banned the government from refusing to take in refugees that are a piece of the US Refugee Admissions program or have assurances from resettlement organizations.
Justice Anthony Kennedy just signed the request that temporarily blocked the 9th Circuit’s order or which means the refugees in that category will continue to be barred. After Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall filed a request for a stay, the Supreme Court made this decision:
“Refugees are not by their will connected to resettlement agencies, as the students that study at an American university, workers at an American company and lecturers who come to speak to an American audience do, nor can the exclusion of an assured refugee plausibly be thought to ‘burden’ a resettlement agency in the relevant sense.”
“Refugees are not by their will connected to resettlement offices, as the students that admitted to study American University, laborers who accepted their jobs at an American organizations and lecturers who come to speak an American audience, nor can the exclusion of an assured refugee plausibly be thought to ‘burden’ a resettlement agency in the relevant sense.”
Donald Trump’s travels ban in fact meant to prevent travelers from Solamia, Syria, Iran, Libya, Yemen, and Sudan from coming to the United States for 3 months stay.
In October Supreme Court will hear two different cases that will be challenging the ban.
Stay tuned my Patriots and don’t forget to share this wonderful news!