The Supreme Court is finally doing its job, and holding President Biden accountable.
The Supreme Court on Thursday halted the Biden administration’s eviction moratorium, holding that it was “virtually certain” that the landlords who claimed the centers for Disease Control exceeded its legal authority would win.
The victory of the property owners was expected. The CDC’s argument that it could unilaterally impose a nationwide moritorium in any place with high levels of covid infections was almost completely ungrounded in law.
This is good news for landlords obviously, most of whom are middle-class people trying to get by.
But it’s also good news for all Americans. If the Supreme Court had allowed the CDC to stick its nose into the housing market, where would it stop?
Tweet(s) of the day:
They fired him for speaking the truth to power:
"I have been fighting for 17 years. I am willing to throw it all away to say to my senior leaders, I demand accountability." – Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller on the failures in Afghanistan that led to American servicemen dying. pic.twitter.com/JPH3nTctrG
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) August 27, 2021
The defining moment of Biden’s “presidency” pic.twitter.com/1sK6XOdK4G
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) August 26, 2021