SOON: Hillary aide Brian Fallon just might get the court reform that he’s demanding
Brian Fallon, a former aide to the scandal-free pair of Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton, isn’t happy to hear that it looks like the Supreme Court is going to allow the 2020 census to include a citizenship question.
Just got out of census arguments. I think SCOTUS will uphold the Trump administration’s addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census by a 5–4 vote.
— Mark Joseph Stern (@mjs_DC) April 23, 2019
Imagine that … wanting some count of how many non-citizens are living in the United States. States like California are deathly afraid illegal aliens won’t fill out and return the census, and that will affect how many representatives the state is allocated. Plus, more people, legal or illegal, means more federal money.
We need Court reform. https://t.co/JTOHuUKAEN
— Brian Fallon (@brianefallon) April 23, 2019
You're about to get it. pic.twitter.com/24Itu69hbi
— Ben Crystal (@Bennettruth) April 23, 2019
Keep tapping, it's all you've got.
— JWF (@JammieWF) April 23, 2019
Yes, the idea that this case is even close is a travesty.
— J.G. Petruna (@jgpetruna) April 23, 2019
Agree. We need more conservative justices.
— whizwith (@Lopper11) April 23, 2019
How is this even an issue? The government can ask any damn question they want on the census
— Matthew Cardiel (@MillenialMatt92) April 23, 2019
How dare we only count Americans
— Bo Gabbard (@oKentucky) April 23, 2019
Precedent has allowed for these questions on the census. The fact that 4 partisan hacks dissent on this issue shows me that, yes, we DO need court reform.
— Mike (@mikecarroll1974) April 23, 2019
It was a question all along until Obama removed it. I’m not seeing the big deal.
— AveragePoliticalJoe (@avgpoliticaljoe) April 23, 2019
Exactly… this should be a 9-0 decision for Trump
— Edel Barrett (@delibird910) April 23, 2019
I'm surprised it's 5-4 in favor instead of 9-0 in favor with no one seriously questioning the validity of the census question.
— just alan (@anythingbutdem) April 23, 2019
We need U.S. citizens voting in U.S. elections
— psylentbob (@psylentbob) April 23, 2019
(Taps mic) We're replacing RBG with Amy Coney Barrett.
— Aggie In Exile (@JoeNabicht) April 23, 2019
I too am ready for Justice Barrett next! pic.twitter.com/ApWwDo1Lhx
— Andrew Follett (@AndrewCFollett) April 23, 2019
When Trump gets to nominate a third judge 😀 pic.twitter.com/5GOz5WuinC
— e-beth (@ebeth360) April 23, 2019
Bring on Justice Barrett!! Going to be beautiful !
— Sandy Quinlan (@quinlan_sandy) April 23, 2019
Don't worry Brian Fallon…. Amy Barrett is waiting in the wings !
She'll give us All the "Court Reform" we could ever want !
— Kali Kuffar (@ThumbRider927) April 23, 2019
The future is female! pic.twitter.com/a7hBEGjsxr
— JAC (@michcusejoe5) April 23, 2019
Reform will come soon enough when trash justice RBG is replaced with ACB.
— zone of danger (@mr_bovine_jonie) April 23, 2019
We’ve been getting it the last two years. And it’s good. More to come! 🙂
— Sean (@SeanMcD_in_TN) April 23, 2019
Elections have consequences
— Frank Dinardo (@fjdinardo) April 23, 2019
(Taps mic) Its called winning elections. Your candidate lost and these are the consequences.
— John Bachman (@JohnFBachman) April 23, 2019
Hillary should have visited Wisconsin
— Michael (@BballMichael) April 23, 2019
No, we need census reform. And we need immigration reform. That's why we didn't vote for grandma.
— PeteInJersey (@PeteInJersey) April 23, 2019
Anyone screaming for court reform when they don’t like the makeup of SCOTUS or screaming for the end of the electoral college when they lose elections portrays exactly who they are: Self-righteous ideologues who besmirch the Constitution and are driven by the need for power.
— Patrick (@Tall_6ft8_guy) April 23, 2019
Just curious if the vote was 5-4 in opposition would we need court reform then?
— DownToClown (@DownToClown3) April 23, 2019
If only Merrick Garland were on the bench, God rest his soul.
Beto is a furry.
— Turd Furgeson (@TurdFur53548755) April 23, 2019
Judge rules that census citizenship question is counterproductive to obtaining accurate citizenship data https://t.co/IbYzduvPaz
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 7, 2019