BREAKING: Supreme Court temporarily blocks appeals court ruling that limits Trump’s refugee ban


This Monday, the Supreme Court granted the Trump administration’s request to lift the restrictions on President Donald Trump’s travel ban for a temporal period of time.

Justice Anthony Kennedy was one to sign the one-page order, the court temporarily blocked the part of last week’s 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling which prevented the government from prohibiting refugees with formal assurances from resettlement agencies, from entering the States.

Kennedy went on to explain that this decision is pending the receipt of a response from Hawaii, which is expected to be given by this Tuesday. And just two hours after Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall filed a request for a stay, the Supreme Court’s decision was made.

This switched things for the better in terms of the Trump administration, giving them the ability to set their plan in motion after the 9th Circuit blocked the government from banning aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members of a person in the U.S. from entering the country in its own opinion.

But this was expected by a large part of the administration, who revealed that they decided not to fight the “close-family aspect of the district court’s modified injunction.”

While it may be temporary, this is still another huge success for President Donald Trump and his administration that have been working tirelessly on this order since taking over office. And since chances are the mainstream media won’t talk about this success, it is up to us to spread the word and show the Trump administration our support!