It was a rough day for liberals at the Supreme Court, but at least they can laugh with conservatives about one thing.
The SCOTUS Blog, which is not affiliated with the court or any of the justices, tweeted about the decision made by the court to reinstate President Donald Trump’s travel ban, with exceptions for those with a bona fide reason to travel to the United States, until it hears the case in October.
But it made a typo that put even President Trump’s “covfefe” typo to shame.
“SCOTUS lifts injunction against travel ban, except with respect to individuals with bona dude relationship to the US,” it wrote.
SCOTUS lifts injunction against travel ban, except with respect to individuals with bona dude relationship to the US
— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) June 26, 2017
The ridicule of the comment united people across party lines in laughter.
— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) June 26, 2017
Can I get one of you more legal minded types to explain to me what a bona dude is?
— Roadbeer In The Park (@TheRoadbeer) June 26, 2017
Best typo ever. https://t.co/1EsvxnbT6o
— Garrett Smith (@gacsmith) June 26, 2017
— Jeffrey Bishop (@jabish028) June 26, 2017
— David Conrad (@daiconrad) June 26, 2017
— Zed Eleven 🕚 (@TheZed11) June 26, 2017
— Christopher J Scalia (@cjscalia) June 26, 2017
— Leslie Feffer 📚 (@LeslieFeffer) June 26, 2017
People are saying #BonaDude is a typo. But it actually means no terrorists claiming to be children or women. Only real, bona fide, dudes.
— Paulaboutlife (@Paulaboutlife) June 26, 2017
— Ch____ Huffman🌈 (@CRHuffman) June 26, 2017
No bad hombres, only bona dudes allowed! https://t.co/XcnSQgDNLa
— Johnny👊🏻 (@Jdubyaweigel) June 26, 2017
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