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Celebrity Snowflakes Begin NUCLEAR MELTDOWN Over Trumps Travel Ban Ruling

Nothing worse than seeing some self entitled prick trying to tell us how to live

Breitbart Writes

Hollywood stars took to Twitter on Tuesday to express their collective disgust at the Supreme Court’s ruling declaring the constitutionality of President Donald Trump’s order restricting travel from eight foreign countries.

Stephen Colbert

@StephenAtHome

If it walks like a Muslim ban and quacks like a Muslim ban, then this Supreme Court decision is ducked up.

“Looks like the USA as we know it is over,” actress Bette Midler warned, while others celebrities like director Rob Reiner, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, and actress Debra Messing urged their followers to respond to the SCOTUS decision by voting Trump and Republicans out of office.

Seth MacFarlane

@SethMacFarlane

The protesting of the SCOTUS decision is admirable. I only wish the same passion was evident at the polls last November, when we were electing the President who would appoint the next Justice (Merrick Garland debacle notwithstanding). Let us hope the turnout is better this fall.

“With today’s Supreme Court ruling the slippery slope just got a whole lot more slippery,” Reiner wrote on Twitter. “If we don’t want 242 years of self rule to slip into fascism, we’ll need the blue wave to overcome gerrymandering, Russian meddling & complicit media propaganda. Fight for Democracy! VOTE!!!”

Bette Midler

@BetteMidler

Looks like the USA as we know it is over. RIP. Supreme Court Upholds Trump Travel Ban in a 5-4 Ruling via @NYTimes https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/26/us/politics/supreme-court-trump-travel-ban.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share 

Two sisters whose father was detained by ICE agents, console one another outside the Supreme Court after the travel ban ruling.

Supreme Court Upholds Trump’s Travel Ban, Delivering Endorsement of Presidential Power

In a 5-to-4 vote, the Supreme Court ruled that President Trump acted lawfully in imposing limits on travel from several predominantly Muslim nations.

nytimes.com

“The protesting of the SCOTUS decision is admirable,” MacFarlane argued. “I only wish the same passion was evident at the polls last November, when we were electing the President who would appoint the next…

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