US Supreme Court rejects men’s group lawsuit over ‘outdated and sexist’ all-male military draft

The Supreme Court is not on this rock.
For humans to term one of their Corporate courts the “Supreme Court” is arrogance and pi$$ing in the face of the One True Creator God.

These red Russian Non semitic Mongolian mongrel Khazarian Mafia bozos, the little child raping Church of Rome’s clowns, and the lone token black guy court jester of the anti-American occupying District of Columbia Soap Oprah high court, could not decide a case based on merit and the constitution which has been ignored ever since the queer war criminal yankee son of a whore “puritan” bitch Lincoln killed the revolutionaries Volunteer Union in 1861, if their sold out to the Ratschild’s a$$es depended on it!

The Ole Dog!

The US Supreme Court has rejected hearing a lawsuit brought by a men’s rights group challenging the legality of America’s all-male military draft, claiming that it is unconstitutional by discriminating on the basis of sex.
The court refused to hear the case brought by the National Coalition for Men and supported by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), instead upholding a ruling by a lower court which maintains the Pentagon policy.

The challengers behind the initial lawsuit had hoped that the Supreme Court would overrule the policy, claiming that it had been made at a time when women were prohibited from combat roles and stating that it violates the Fifth Amendment right to equal protection.

However, the Supreme Court maintained its policy of “longstanding deference to Congress on matters of national defense and military affairs,” arguing that it is yet to be seen if “Congress will end gender-based registration under the Military Selective Service Act.”

The group that brought the lawsuit was initially successful at the federal level in 2019, when a judge in Houston, Texas ruled in their favor. That decision was reversed on appeal by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, however. With the Supreme Court now rejecting the case, the group’s hopes of securing victory at the country’s highest legal level have been scuppered.

Responding to the court’s decision on Monday, the director of the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project, Ria Tabacco Mar, expressed disappointment over the refusal to consider the case.


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