More SCOTUS opinions today (06/23/22)

Could this be the big one?

Roe v Wade and NYSPA v Bruen on the same day?!?!?

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In for the shitstorn


I think the important thing is that there is a serial gang rapist on the SCOTUS bench, right dems?

you fuckign pathetic losers


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I think opinions start dropping at 10.

10 minutes to go.

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I feel like if it would happen it would have been leaked prior. We shall see.



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I think Biden came out and said something about not rioting if RvW doesn’t go the way the leftists want it. Let me see if I can’t find that.

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Of course they don’t want them to be terrorists. They only encourage it if it benefits them. Not when they are running a propaganda scam to try to convince Americans they aren’t living in a declining country because of them but because of the people not in power and not making terrible decisions.

Muh insurrection.


So far:

The Supreme Court rules 8-1 that GOP lawmakers in North Carolina can intervene in litigation to defend a state voter-ID law. The NAACP is challenging the law, and the NC attorney general (a Democrat) is defending it. GOP legislators want to intervene anyway. SCOTUS says they can.

Here’s the opinion from Neil Gorsuch in Berger v. North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP:…. Sonia Sotomayor dissents.

The Supreme Court sides with a man on Georgia’s death row in a case about what procedural mechanism prisoners must use to challenge the constitutionality of a state’s execution method. SCOTUS says prisoners are not limited to the federal habeas laws to bring such challenges.

Here’s the opinion from Elena Kagan in Nance v. Ward:…. Barrett dissents, joined Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch.

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Thanks for the updates!

Yay voter id!


If a police officer fails to give a suspect his Miranda warnings, and the gov’t uses the suspect’s un-Mirandized statements against him in court, can the suspect sue the officer for violating his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination? In a 6-3 ruling, SCOTUS says no.

Here’s the opinion from Samuel Alito in Vega v. Tekoh:…. The three liberal justices dissent.


We’ve been waiting since it was rumored to be coming out early last week. At this point we’ll get it when we get it, but I’m not holding my breath for it.

I also think it’ll be with the last batch they put out so they can drop it and then get everyone the fuck out of dodge before all chaos that will unfold around the Supreme Court, cities, and justices’ homes



The Supreme Court STRIKES DOWN a New York gun-control law that required people to show “proper cause” to get a license to carry a concealed handgun outside the home. The vote is 6-3.