The Supreme Court is in the process of handing down the biggest decisions of the current term.
Things are not going well.
And Rush Limbaugh took on the Supreme Court with one reality that crushed Donald Trump.
Conservatives were outraged when Justice Neil Gorsuch sided with the court’s liberals and authored an opinion rewriting the 1964 Civil Rights Act to make it illegal to fire homosexuals and transgenders.
Rush Limbaugh blasted Gorsuch for claiming to be an originalist, but trying to claim that in 1964 the members of Congress that wrote the Civil Rights Act had any idea what a transgender was.
“But one thing that everybody agrees on, in fact, in 1964, ’65, the people that wrote the Civil Rights Act had no intention of including transgenders in it because there weren’t any that anybody knew. And yet justices on the United States Supreme Court decided to include LGBTQ people. So now they can’t be fired, they can’t be — it’s gonna be a mess. It’s an absolute mess,” Limbaugh began.
Limbaugh pointed out that granting homosexuals and transgenders special rights was not the only defeat that the Supreme Court handed Donald Trump.
The justices refused to take up ten Second Amendment cases and also rejected the Trump administration’s appeal of a lower court ruling supporting California’s sanctuary city law.
Limbaugh blasted Gorsuch by stating that liberals didn’t need to have a majority on the court because Gorsuch was willing to hand them one.
“And, by the way, he’s right. A Supreme Court decision yesterday upheld sanctuary cities, thanks to conservative votes, upheld the right of cities to be sanctuary and to freeze ICE investigators out of trying to track down illegal immigrants. The liberals did not need to dominate the court for this. They had Gorsuch,” Limbaugh concluded.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.