Donald Trump and his supporters had been waiting for this day.
This is why conservatives fought so hard in 2016 to make sure Donald Trump was nominating the next Supreme Court justice.
And Ruth Bader Ginsburg suffered this setback that left her saying just four words.
And after a run of defeats of key cultural issues such as immigration, abortion and the homosexual agenda, conservatives racked up victories on religious liberty.
In the case, Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru, the Supreme Court by a 7 to 2 margin found that the ministerial exception applied to religious schools which allows them to make hiring and firing decisions in accordance with their faith without violating federal anti-discrimination laws.
This matter centered on two former teachers that sued Catholic schools over the circumstances surrounding their termination.
The Washington Post reports, “The case revolved around two Agnes Morrissey-Berru alleged age discrimination against Our Lady of Guadalupe School in the Los Angeles area. In the other case, Kristen Biel sued St. James School in Torrance. She said her firing after a diagnosis of breast cancer violated the Americans With Disabilities Act. (Biel lost her battle with the disease last year, and her husband, Darryl Biel, had taken her place in the lawsuit.)
Writing for the majority Justice Samuel Alito wrote that since these were religious schools it was impossible to separate how they went about their business from the First Amendment’s guarantee to freely exercise one’s religion.
“The religious education and formation of students is the very reason for the existence of most private religious schools, and therefore the selection and supervision of the teachers upon whom the schools rely to do this work lie at the core of their mission,” Alito wrote.
“Judicial review of the way in which religious schools discharge those responsibilities would undermine the independence of religious institutions in a way that the First Amendment does not tolerate,” Alito added.
Justice Alito wrote that it would be unconstitutional for government to intrude upon “internal management decisions” of religious schools much in the same way the state had no businesses interfering in how churches selected priests.
“This does not mean that religious institutions enjoy a general immunity from secular laws, but it does protect their autonomy with respect to internal management decisions that are essential to the institution’s central mission,” Alito added. “And a component of this autonomy is the selection of the individuals who play certain key roles.”
Left-wing justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fumed in defeat falsely claiming this decision gave religious schools “free reign to discriminate.”
Liberals like Ginsburg don’t believe religious liberty exists.
Traditional values such as the right to life and the family run afoul of the left’s attempt to take over America by degrading its culture.
And since they can’t takeover organized religions the left seeks to destroy it.
That’s why Ginsburg was furious a future Democrat President couldn’t sic the Department of Justice on churches and religious schools around the country for not conforming to “woke” culture.
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