News Roundup: Supreme Court saves racist Trump policy; an Afghanistan stunt; schools ignore DeSantis

News Roundup: Supreme Court saves racist Trump policy; an Afghanistan stunt; schools ignore DeSantis

In the news today: The new Supreme Court finally broke its pattern of “shadow docket” decisions declaring that the Trump administration could do whatever it wanted. What broke it? A new president not wanting to do what Trump wanted. Two congressmen aren’t getting the rave reviews they expected after they snuck into Afghanistan to film the evacuation for themselves—a move that could have endangered themselves and others. And Florida’s Gov. Ron DeSantis is facing escalating opposition from school districts who would rather not let teachers, kids, and families die in order to boost an opportunistic sociopath’s political career. Go pound sand, Ron.

Here’s some of what you may have missed:

Supreme Court says Biden must reinstate previous administration’s cruel Remain in Mexico policy

Two congressmen sneak into Afghanistan on visit Pentagon officials call disruptive

10 Florida school districts tell DeSantis to pound sand on masking—two went for Trump

FCC hands down $5 million fine against right-wing fraudsters Wohl and Burkman

Drill sergeant who harassed Black man in viral video convicted of assault

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