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Supreme Court Ruling Undermines Democrat Plan To Sneak Immigrants In Via Marriage

So, the Supreme Court just dropped a bombshell.

It was a 6-3 call.

They ruled that the government can keep non-citizen spouses out.

No more having illegal immigrants coming in and getting fake marriages as a way to stay in the country.


Reuters reports:

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday said the constitutional rights of U.S. citizens are not violated when the government bars their non-citizen spouses from entering the country without explanation.
The court in a 6-3 decision, opens new tab said Sandra Munoz, a U.S. citizen and civil rights lawyer, cannot challenge the U.S. Department of State’s denial of her El Salvadoran husband’s visa application after the agency waited three years to explain that it suspected him of being a gang member.
Munoz and her husband, who she married in 2010 and with whom she has a child, have been separated since 2015, according to court filings.
Visa denials are not reviewable in court unless the government violates an applicant’s constitutional rights in the process.
The Supreme Court on Friday rejected Munoz’s claim that the delay in explaining the denial violated her due process rights by interfering with her fundamental right to marry.
Her claim “involves more than marriage and more than spousal cohabitation — it includes the right to have her noncitizen husband enter (and remain in) the United States,” Justice Amy Coney Barrett wrote for the court.
The ruling reverses a 2022 decision by the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that revived Munoz’s lawsuit against the State Department.
Lawyers for Munoz and the U.S. Department of Justice did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The Immigration Reform Law Institute, a conservative group that filed a brief backing the State Department, praised the ruling.
“To hold for this couple would let those Americans who choose to marry dangerous aliens force their choice on the rest of us,” Dale Wilcox, the group’s executive director and general counsel, said in a statement.

Liberal Justice Sotomayor wasn’t happy about this.

The New Republic adds:

Sotomayor issued a dire warning in her dissent, accusing the conservative supermajority of chipping away at constitutional protections for married couples and saying they’re making “the same fatal error” as they did in Dobbs v. Jackson, the 2022 Supreme Court ruling that overturned federal abortion protections.

“Same-sex couples may be forced to relocate to countries that do not recognize same-sex marriage, or even those that criminalize homosexuality,” Sotomayor added. “Obergefell rejected what the majority does today as ‘inconsistent with the approach this Court has used in discussing [the] fundamental rights’ of ‘marriage and intimacy.’”

Her worship of invaders, homosexuals and baby killers is to be expected, I suppose.

Curious how they always use the same tactic when they realize they’re losing. They try to stir up their liberal followers by stoking their fear that they’re degenerate way of life is being threatened.

And you know what, she’s right.

As liberals often say, “Deal with it.”


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