As you were probably expecting, Hollywood stars are lending their voices to the outrage over the Supreme Court's 5-4 decision to uphold Donald Trump's travel ban, restricting entrance to United States from countries with a predominantly Muslim population.
Trump praised the ruling in a statement saying, "This ruling is also a moment of profound vindication following months of hysterical commentary from the media and Democratic politicians who refuse to do what it takes to secure our border and our country," the statement read. "Our country will always be safe, secure, and protected on my watch."
The American Civil Liberties Union disagreed.
"This is not the first time the Court has been wrong, or has allowed official racism and xenophobia to continue rather than standing up to it," the ACLU tweeted. "History has its eyes on us — and will judge today's decision harshly. #NoMuslimBanEver"
The organization provided an example, too: "In 1944, the Supreme Court allowed the US government to imprison Japanese Americans solely because of their national origin and ethnicity, based on empty claims of national security. It's one of the most shameful chapters of US history, and today's decision now joins it. It is ultimately the people of this country who will determine its character and future. The court failed today, and so the public is needed more than ever."
See the celebrity reaction, so far, as the terms "Supreme Court," "SCOTUS" and "Muslim" dominate the national trends on Twitter.
The Supreme Court upholds the travel ban. This is devastating. This is happening because @SenateMajLdr stole a Supreme Court Justice. REMEMBER THIS in November. Voting is our best defense. Please #VOTE #today