(Western Journal) The Supreme Court continues its recently successful campaign of repealing abominable legislation like Roe v. Wade.
Having tackled abortion, SCOTUS has decided to take on true institutionalized racism that exists in the form of affirmative action.
Supreme Court justices have begun hearing arguments on the practice of using race as one of the criteria to determine college admissions, according to Fox News.
A 2018 federal lawsuit involving Harvard’s discriminatory admissions practices against Asian Americans brought affirmative action into the limelight.
According to TIME, the lawsuit “… alleges that Harvard discriminates against Asian-American applicants, holding them to a higher standard than students of other races and using an illegal racial quota system.”
“Harvard denies that any of its practices are discriminatory and has defended its ‘holistic’ admissions process,” continued TIME.
What Harvard really means by “holistic” is a contrived conglomeration of “personal traits” meant to outweigh Asian students’ outstanding academic scores when compared to black and Latino applicants.
According to the New York Times, these traits included subjective categories such as “likability, courage, kindness and being widely respected.”
After heated debates, legal experts whisper that SCOTUS will likely strike down this racist practice come mid-2023, according to Fox News. That, in turn, has apparently inspired an ominous promise by President Joe Biden to expand government-funded indoctrination.
There it is, he admits to it, government control of your kids, reaching further and further down to younger and younger ages. Aren’t you ready to turn your three year olds over to the knowledgeable and oh so moral instruction from the government? https://t.co/B0nP0ZVQwd
— John Moore (@bigjohnradio) November 9, 2022
In the video clip from Biden’s post-Election Day press conference, he made reference to the affirmative action case before the high court, but added, “There’s a lot we can do in the meantime to make sure that there’s an access to good education across the board and that is by doing things that relate to starting education at age three … not day care, but school.”