Trump regime Attorney General William Barr says the White House can simply ignore last month's Supreme Court ruling stopping the government from adding a citizenship question on to the 2020 Census, and will promptly begin the process of doing so.
Attorney General William Barr said Monday that he believes the Trump administration can legally add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, though the Supreme Court ruled against its inclusion last month.
In an interview with the Associated Press, Barr said he has been in regular contact with President Trump about the question, which the president is determined to see featured on the decennial survey.
“I agree with him that the Supreme Court decision was wrong,” Barr told the AP. The attorney general added that he thinks there is “an opportunity potentially to cure the lack of clarity that was the problem and we might as well take a shot at doing that.”
Barr declined to provide further details to the wire service on how the question will be added to the census.
However, the AP cited a senior official who said President Trump is expected to issue a presidential memorandum to the Commerce Department directing them to include the citizenship question on the 2020 census. Action is expected to be taken in the coming days.
So unless the courts intervene again, we have zero rule of law anymore, and Trump will simply issue executive orders to do whatever he wants. Even if SCOTUS does get involved, there's a better-than-even chance that Chief Justice Roberts will defer to the executive, and the plan to permanently rig the election in favor of the party of white supremacy will continue.