The "America First" agenda is on a winning streak. Since Thursday, the Supreme Court of the United States' (SCOTUS) has handed down three HUGE rulings that are 100% in line with conservative, constitutional values.
First, on Thursday, justices confirmed Americans' Second Amendment right "to keep and bear Arms." Yesterday, they released a ruling that upheld the First Amendment right of people to pray in public.
The biggest SCOTUS decision, announced Friday, overruled the landmark, 1973 Roe v. Wade abortion. By a 5-4 vote, they decided there is no "constitutional right" to abortion.
Three key votes in each of those cases were cast by "pro-life," constitutional-conservative justices appointed by President Donald Trump. It's hard to argue against the major role the former president has played in the High Court's culture-shifting decisions over the past week.
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Supreme Court Says High School Coach Can Pray on Field (The Wall Street Journal)
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