The Supreme Court On June 27 — with Flopping Fish John Roberts joining the mostly geriatric liberals — ruled that, by law, the Commerce Department can place any questions it wants on its decennial Census forms, but then proceeded to remand the case of the supposedly controversial "citizenship" question back to the lower court, on grounds that Roberts et al. found the Trump administration's "Voting Rights Act" justification for including the question "contrived."
Here we go with the "thought crimes" again. As in "Of course it's perfectly legal for any president to block foreigners from coming here from any and all countries he deems to be aswarm with uncontrolled terrorists . . . but not if it's President TRUMP, and not if he once on the campaign trail said something disparaging about, you know, . . . 'Radical Mooslim terrorists!'" Kind of like "Of course you can declare war on any country that just sank our Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor in a surprise attack . . . but not if Franklin Roosevelt was once heard calling them "sneaky yellow bastards"!