Supreme Court blocks census citizenship question for now

Supreme Court blocks census citizenship question for now 1

 

The Supreme Court has blocked the controversial citizenship question from being added to the 2020 census for now, citing sufficient reason for concern about why the Department of Commerce wanted to add the question, and insufficient explanation.#CNN #News

29 Comments on "Supreme Court blocks census citizenship question for now"

  1. So Wilbur Ross IS a liar. Gee, who’d have known?
    🙄

  2. Of course they are not going to say” we need this question because we are trying to help republicans” I am sure republicans are looking at the Supreme Court saying” you are supposed to hail us because we got you confirmed”

  3. It would be nice to know. Cities and counties that harbor most of the illegals should have 100% of their federal funding cut.

    • Ursus Americanus | June 27, 2019 at 12:14 PM | Reply

      @HAROLD LADINO
      *lmao Blue counties in red states in Dixie receive far and away the most welfare. One guess as to why.* ☻☻☻

    • You do know Americans live in those cities, right?

    • SNAP federal welfare 2017:

      CA 4,112,000 people
      NY 2,911,000
      TX 3,921,000
      FL 3,187,000
      WY 33,000
      UT 206,000
      AK 89,000
      AL 804,000

      Basically the more blue cities in a state the welfare rate skyrockets so the argument that red states are collecting most welfare is idiotic.

    • @Bill P have you ever noticed that trumptards only pretend to care about human life until the stage of birth?

    • HAROLD LADINO | June 27, 2019 at 12:30 PM | Reply

      @Bill P
      While I respect your opinions and beliefs, REALITY differs…
      For median income, we found that 95 of the 100 poorest counties were located in red states. Here are the 10 poorest, all of them in red states:
      1. Owsley County, Ky.
      2. Jefferson County, Miss.
      3. Wolfe County, Ky.
      4. Brooks County, Texas
      5. McCreary County, Ky.
      6. Hudspeth County, Texas
      7. Hancock County, Tenn.
      8. Jackson County, Ky.
      9. Clay County, Ky.
      10. Holmes County, Miss.
      For percentage of residents in poverty, we found that 93 of the 100 poorest counties were in red states.
      Here are the 10 with the highest poverty rates, all of them in red states:
      1. Shannon County, S.D.
      2. Clay County, Ga.
      3. East Carroll Parish, La.
      4. Sioux County, N.D.
      5. Todd County, S.D.
      6. Hudspeth County, Texas
      7. Holmes County, Miss.
      8. Corson County, S.D.
      9. Wolfe County, Ky.
      10. Humphreys County, Miss.

      https://www.businessinsider.com/red-states-are-welfare-queens-2011-8

  4. theartisthasarrived | June 27, 2019 at 11:52 AM | Reply

    Blocks census case but not gerrymandering case….weird….

    END GERRYMANDERING

  5. A rebuke of Trump. There will be no KAG in 2020.

  6. Mike Reseigh | June 27, 2019 at 11:57 AM | Reply

    It’s a pathetic attempt to gerrymander. Republicans cannot win without cheating.

  7. Ronald Sutton | June 27, 2019 at 11:59 AM | Reply

    On the census question.looks like supreme ct. Passed on making a ruling ,it makes. Them look bias to one party .which everyone knows they are.

    • Andrew Weinstein | June 27, 2019 at 12:26 PM | Reply

      One of the dumber comments ever. The court is stacked with Republican no knees but as soon as they rule against a Republican, you scream they are biased. Pure garbage.

  8. *_+-80 3rd💩world IQ’s want +-120 IQ🤑💰._*

  9. Amendment XIV: “Representatives shall be apportioned among the several States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed.”

    Amendment XV: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.”

    So non-citizens still have to be counted, and thus represented in congress. But they are not guaranteed the right to vote.

  10. Elquesoyyo _ | June 27, 2019 at 12:14 PM | Reply

    CNN hello the question will not be added da!

  11. Harley MF Quinn | June 27, 2019 at 12:17 PM | Reply

    Summer break is Cavanaugh gonna drink beer????

  12. Wibur Ross…lock him up. He flat out lied to the Supreme Court.

  13. If Dump is ok with foreign interference in our elections so should Demorats. Guess what I hate Dump and Demorats. Time to start our own 3rd party.

  14. Don Anderson | June 27, 2019 at 12:21 PM | Reply

    Right now mcconnell is trying to figure out how he screwed up.

  15. Truth from this administration, not a chance. Good for the Supreme Court.

  16. Elmo Bennett | June 27, 2019 at 12:28 PM | Reply

    Another loss for the WH Weiner!

  17. el cojo de la botella | June 27, 2019 at 12:31 PM | Reply

    BOOOOOOOOOOOO!
    Question 13. “ARE YOU A US CITIZEN OR YOU ARE AN ILLEGAL ALIEN NEXT ON LINE TO BE DEPORTED (FINALLY) WITH THE HELP OF OUR ICE BRAVE HEROES?”
    I sincerely believe that the question above is truly LEGITIMATE and should be included in the census IT’S NECESSARY! MAGA! USA! AMERICA FIRST! PROUD DEPLORABLE!😉😀

  18. And another nail in the coffin of America. Republicans are pure evil.

  19. entertainment pro | June 27, 2019 at 12:33 PM | Reply

    get your head all the way up yer butt with new “DEMOGREASE” at Walmart

  20. I’m going to video record the census person when they come to my door…. Everybody should do so and post them to YouTube

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