Wilbur Ross Defeated in Court

“I like soup.”

Judge Jesse Furman of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ruled against the 4th Reich for the addition of a citizenship question by Commerce Secretary walking Unisom Wilbur ‘Sweet-n-Low’ Ross  to the 2020 census.


“Census experts applauded Furman’s ruling. “The Administration decided to play fast and loose with the census and received a strong, direct rebuke from the federal courts,” said Thomas Wolf, counsel with the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law. “Today’s ruling puts the wind at the backs of the challengers, not just in this case, but in all of the cases challenging the citizenship question around the country.”

Though this case will probably make its way to the Supreme Court, it’s a good ruling. The question was suggested by (ALLEGED) white supremacists/nationalists Steve Bannon and Hair Füror’s pocket Nazi, Stephan Miller, both of whom you can be assured had nothing political in mind.

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4 Responses to Wilbur Ross Defeated in Court

  1. donnah says:

    Go away, Wilbur, you old fuck.


  2. What will break the admin’s case in the SC (if it gets that far) is that Wilburrrrr LIED TO CONGRESS about it…he testified that the DOJ had pushed for this, when it entirely came out of his office. Even the KKKeebler Elf didn’t try doing that.

    You rarely win Supreme Court cases by defending perjury…

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  3. Dennis Cole says:

    I gathered from the start that this was untenable, as it violates the 5th Amendment.

    “Are you now, or have you ever been an illegal alien, err, an Undocumented Immigrant? If so, please save the Gov’t. the time and effort to round you up, and report directly to the nearest ICE or CBP office. Thank you for your cooperation.”

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  4. roket says:

    Let us hope that our form of government can protect us from these NAZIs.

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