Social media overwhelmed by support for Supreme Court ruling

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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Support for the Supreme Court’s latest decision on race-based college admissions has overwhelmed social media. The Supreme Court ruled that affirmative action admissions practices are unconstitutional on Thursday, per RSBN, which led users to post their positive reactions.

Award-winning political scientist and author, Dr. Carol M. Swain posted a thumbs-up selfie and deemed the ruling “the RIGHT thing to do!”

Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., remarked, “Equal protection under the law is one of our most sacred principles. Today, we have returned to this principle. The equal protection clause now applies to all Americans – not solely those of a preferred group.”

Founder and Chairman of ACT for America, Brigitte Gabriel shared a generated image that placed President Trump with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 

She stated, “Martin Luther King Jr would be proudly standing with President Trump in support of the Supreme Court’s decision to end Affirmative Action.”

Former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake noted Trump’s role in the Supreme Court decision and also stated, “Affirmative action destroys the American Dream through race-based acceptance.”

Political commentator Dave Rubin attributed the win to legendary economist and author Thomas Sowell. He wrote, “The Supreme Court reversal of Affirmative Action was your gift!”

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