SCOTUS rules “The Constitution doesn’t care about your feelings.”

Supreme Court of United States

In a 6-3 ruling in the case of Your Feelings vs. The Constitution. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Constitution.

Chief Justice Roberts said, “The First Amendment allows you to have feelings and opinions but that doesn’t change what is written in the Constitution.”

Clarence Thomas said, “I hold out enduring hope that this country will live up to its principles so clearly enunciated in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States: that all men are created equal, are equal citizens, and must be treated equally before the law.”

Sotomayor in her dissenting opinion wrote the ruling “a new license to discriminate.” 

Elan Kagan said, “In every respect, the Court today exceeds its proper, limited role in our Nation’s governance.”

Ketanji Brown Jackson in her commentary said “She doesn’t know what a woman is so she can change her feelings anytime she wants.”

Gorsuch said Sotomayor’s dissent in the case “reimagines the facts” from “top to bottom.”

Liberal tears ran down like rain

Chuck Schumer – “The Court’s misguided decision reminds us how far we still have to go to ensure that all Americans Feelings are treated equally.”

Joe Biden “Unthinkable. This fight isn’t over. I’ll have more to announce when I address the nation this afternoon.”

Butthead, from the Beavis and Butthead show, gave some words of wisdom to Joe Biden to comfort him. “If you love something, and you set it free, and it doesn’t come back, you’re a dumbass.” We are not clear on the exact meaning, but we know that John Fetterman will be able to translate it for The Big Guy.

We here in DogFacePonia have been listening to a little song for a bit as we watch the bloodbath.

Fred Schilling, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons