President Donald Trump on Tuesday put the Supreme Council on steroids by declaring that anyone with a penis who wants to get married is now “sexually actively engaged.”
The Supreme Court issued the decision to strike down a federal law, the so-called Marriage Protection Act, that required businesses to provide marriage counseling and to provide health insurance coverage to same-sex couples.
The law also prevented businesses from denying coverage for contraceptives, a provision that would have allowed many employers to refuse to provide coverage to women.
The court said the law violated the equal protection clause of the Constitution, which bars discrimination based on sex.
In its decision, the court said that the law’s definition of a person who is “sexfully active” is too broad.
“The definition is too broadly broad,” Justice Clarence Thomas wrote for the majority, saying that it also requires businesses to pay out of pocket for counseling.
The court said it would not be required to consider whether a person is sexually active because the term does not appear in the law.
President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference with the National Governors Association on May 19, 2019, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C. While the court’s decision does not affect the federal Marriage Protection Law, the Trump administration has said it will appeal the ruling.
On Monday, the president told reporters that he will seek to overturn the court ruling, but the White