Sotomayor says Trump justices are ‘biased’ as she ignites Trump effigy during case

Liberal Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor blasted her conservative colleagues on the bench, saying they are biased toward President Trump just before igniting an effigy of Trump in the Supreme Court Chamber.

In a 5-to-4 ruling on Friday, the Court’s conservative majority allowed the administration’s ‘wealth test’ for would-be immigrants to go into effect while appeals wind their way through the legal system.

“This is clearly because these Trump justices are biased,” Sotomayor said as she fanned the flames of her burning Trump doll. “We cannot have any bias on the court.”

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who is currently being sustained on a perpetual life vat in order to keep her seat on the court indefinitely, agreed with Sotomayor.

“I hate that Orange meany in the White House and think it’s awful that he would appoint such biased justices,” Ginsburg said.

Sotomayor, who was appointed by former President Barack Obama, criticized the Trump administration for nominating justices that would disagree with her.