They better get ready for what comes next…
Recently, the Supreme Court ruled that “limiting an asylum applicant’s ability to appeal a determination that he lacked a credible fear of persecution from his home country does not violate the Constitution.”
This is great news for Trump because the ruling sets a precedent that gives the administration power to deport “people seeking asylum without allowing them to make their case to a federal judge.”
Though the ruling was 7-2 with Stephen Breyer and Ruth Bader Ginsburg agreeing with the majority, they still had words to say afterwards.
Breyer had wrote, “I agree that enforcing those limits in this particular case does not violate the Suspension Clause’s constitutional command. But we need not, and should not, go further.”
He also stated that in a broader scenario “may raise a host of difficult questions in the immigration context.”
He ended saying, “I would therefore avoid making statements about the Suspension Clause that sweep beyond the principles needed to decide this case let alone come to conclusions about the Due Process Clause, a distinct constitutional provision that is not directly at issue here.”
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