The six Supreme Court Justices who voted to end affirmative action vs the three who did not.
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— Jo🌻 (@JoJoFromJerz) June 29, 2023
This was a long time coming.
However, it won’t really change anything in a tangible way for most people. These schools are all committed to ethnically cleansing white men, and they can’t really be prevented from passing their own rules to cockblock whites.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down race-conscious admissions programs at Harvard University and the University of North Carolina, effectively prohibiting affirmative action policies long used to raise the number of Black, Hispanic and other underrepresented minority students on campuses.
In a blockbuster decision that will force many American colleges to overhaul their admissions policies, the justices ruled in favor of a group called Students for Fair Admissions, founded by anti-affirmative action activist Edward Blum, in its appeal of lower court rulings upholding programs used at the two prestigious schools to foster a diverse student population.
Powered by the court’s conservative justices with the liberal justices in dissent, the court ruled in favor of a group called Students for Fair Admissions, founded by anti-affirmative action activist Edward Blum, in its appeal of lower court rulings upholding programs used at the two prestigious schools to foster a diverse student population. The vote counts were 6-3 against UNC and 6-2 against Harvard.
Chief Justice John Roberts, writing for the majority said, “Harvard and UNC admissions programs cannot be reconciled with the guarantees of the Equal Protection Clause,” referring to the U.S. Constitution’s promise of equal protection under the law.
In major rulings last year with far-reaching societal implications also spearheaded by the conservatives justices, the court overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that had legalized abortion nationwide and widened gun rights in a pair of landmark rulings.
Roberts said that students “must be treated based on his or her experiences as an individual not on the basis of race. Many universities have for too long done just the opposite. And in doing so, they have concluded, wrongly, that the touchstone of an individual’s identity is not challenges bested, skills built, or lessons learned but the color of their skin. Our constitutional history does not tolerate that choice.”
It’s too little, too late.
The damage is done.
Previous admission standards assured that these schools are now run by Jews, women, and unhinged mulattoes.
Schools will continue to do this discrimination, and they will get sued, and then if they lose, they will just keep doing it. They won’t be criminally punished. No one will be arrested.