For as long as Donald Trump has been fighting for America, Democrats have gone after him with lawsuits.
While in office, the left tried to oppose the president at every turn. It seemed like their only chance at stopping Trump was to sue.
Many of these cases ended in failure… for the left. Even after leaving office, Democrats continued to dog Trump’s steps.
One case that went all the way to the Supreme Court is finally being settled.
From The Hill:
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal by adult film star Stormy Daniels in a defamation suit she brought against former President Trump…
Daniels appealed to the Supreme Court after her case was dismissed in the lower courts. The justices on Monday denied her petition without comment.
Yep, believe it or not, Stormy Daniel’s attempt to take down Donald Trump was still ongoing. She was denied by lower courts, but though the highest court in the land was interested in her personal beef with Trump.
Much to her disappointment, the Supreme Court has better things to do.
It’s actually shocking that the case made it as far as it did. The Supreme Court only rules on cases that pertain to the Constitution. Often, they will only take up a case if it challenges the constitutionality of a law.
Why would Daniels think they were going to rule on a “defamation case” against Donald Trump? A lower court already decided Trump was protected by the First Amendment.
Any first-year law student could tell you the Supreme Court wasn’t going to waste their time overruling that.
In recent weeks, the Supreme Court has been making one disappointing decision after another. It seems the court is no longer interested in protecting the law and pushing back against the left’s radical scheme.
It’s good to see they still have some common sense left on the bench.
- The Supreme Court refused to take up Stormy Daniels’ case against Trump.
- The accuser lost her case in a lower court and was appealing to the SCOTUS.
- The court refused to hear the case, not providing a response.
Source: The Hill