The Supreme Court could be deciding on Trump’s travel ban as soon as next week.
The “9th Circus” has already denied the travel ban repeatedly, so now it’s up to the highest court in the land to decide.
Now that the Supreme Court has the case, there’s a good chance that the travel ban will be upheld, especially with Trump’s recent appointment of Neil Gorsuch.
The country desperately needs this temporary ban to protect us from the rising threat of radical Islamic terror.
The briefing schedule set by the high court ensures that the justices will be fully briefed on the fight before their term ends in June.
The high court directed attorneys arguing against President Trump’s travel ban to file briefs by Tuesday at noon and requested the Trump administration to do likewise by noon Wednesday.
The justices will enter their final scheduled conference on Thursday, which would mean they may make public any decision on whether to review the travel ban case on June 26, the final scheduled day for orders and opinions of the term.
Trump’s Justice Department asked the Supreme Court to review the travel ban litigation and lift the blockades of the ban put in place by the 4th and 9th circuit courts of appeals.
The litigation stems from a second executive order Trump issued to implement the ban. The second order looks to thwart nationals from six Muslim-majority countries — Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen — from entering the U.S. for 90 days.
The justices could consider several factors as they decide whether to review the travel ban controversy.
Sources: Washington Examiner and Truthfeed