yes there's a CDC eviction moratorium in this country right now but i just met a houston couple who filed a CDC form, got $7k in rent relief, their landlord received it but decided to *return it* and evict them anyway, then CPS took their baby away because they were unhoused— Jen Rice 🎃🍂🕸 (@jen_rice_) August 26, 2021
Still no answer to this question: Who paid off Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s $92,000 country club fees plus his $200,000 credit card debt plus his $1.2 million mortgage, and purchased themselves a SCOTUS seat?— Andrea Junker (@Strandjunker) August 27, 2021
"Supreme Court votes 6-3 to strike down CDC eviction moratorium" in the middle of a still-raging pandemic.— Mary L Trump (@MaryLTrump) August 27, 2021
Expand the Supreme Court and make these cruel, conscienceless six a permanent minority.
BREAKING: Supreme Court blocks Biden’s moratorium on tenant evictions by 6-3 vote.— Steven Mazie (@stevenmazie) August 27, 2021
In our history, the Supreme Court has had as few as 5 & as many as 10 justices. 9 is NOT a magic # or constitutional requirement. The Republicans reduced the # to 8 for a year by unconstitutionally depriving Garland of the required advice & consent hearing. #AddJusticesNOW— Glenn Kirschner (@glennkirschner2) August 27, 2021
When you tell someone facing eviction that they should “just get a job,” remember that a full time, minimum wage worker can afford rent in ZERO states in America.— Cori Bush (@CoriBush) August 27, 2021
We can’t let 11 million households be evicted in the midst of a pandemic. Congress must act. Now.
BREAKING: The Supreme Court lifts the federal eviction moratorium. In an unsigned 8-page opinion (with the three liberals dissenting), SCOTUS sides with a group of landlords who argued that the CDC lacked the authority to bar evictions during the pandemic.https://t.co/LNrCxd7f9X https://t.co/NecnZ90zgf— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) August 27, 2021
BREAKING: Supreme Court allows evictions to resume amid pandemic, blocking Biden administration from enforcing temporary ban. https://t.co/yGRfZXNBLw— The Associated Press (@AP) August 27, 2021