Rescind the Muslim Ban Immediately

Rescind the Muslim Ban Immediately

On Monday, December 4th the Supreme Court allowed Trump’s illegal, unconstitutional Muslim ban to go into full effect while it is being litigated.

And just days after President Trump tweeted racist videos targeting Muslims.

This discriminatory ban prevents people from several Muslim-majority countries from coming to the United States – including individuals with families or jobs here.

The American public has repeatedly rejected Trump’s bans in the streets and in the courts. Several court decisions have struck down Trump’s illegal, unconstitutional, and un-American attempts to enact his campaign promise of “a total and complete shutdown of all Muslims entering the United States.”

This latest version of the ban is in effect for now. But it’s as hostile toward Muslims as the previous versions. It should be shut down just like we and our partners shut down the first two Muslim bans.

We’re still fighting the latest Muslim ban in the lower courts – and we plan to win once again. While our attorneys get to work, we need you to take action to pressure Congress.

Despite what the Supreme Court just decided, Congress can speak out directly against President Trump’s Muslim ban. If enough of us raise our voices now, we can stop the ban in its tracks.

Sign the petition today in order to stop Trump's Muslim ban. Together we say NO MUSLIM BAN EVER.

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To Congress:

Immediately pass legislation to rescind the illegal and unconstitutional Muslim ban and underscore what numerous federal courts have held: that attempts to target Muslims, or anyone on the basis of national origin, are unlawful.

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