Kavanaugh Delivers: Sides With SCOTUS Libs to Knock Apple Down A PegChris Menahan
May. 13, 2019
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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh delivered a savage blow to Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday by siding with the Supreme Court's leftists to rule that Apple can be sued for their monopolistic practices.
From The Hill, "Supreme Court rules iPhone users can sue Apple over App Store prices":
The Supreme Court on Monday said that iPhone users can proceed with a class-action lawsuit against Apple over its control of app sales in a ruling that could threaten the company's exclusive marketplace of third-party software.Apple argued they're above the law but Kavanaugh gave them a kick to the teeth:
Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote the opinion for the 5-4 decision, surprising many by breaking with his conservative colleagues and siding with the court's liberal justices.Sounds logical to me.
I think in the past I might have shared articles favorable towards Apple on this case -- which was filed all the way back in 2011 -- but after Tim Cook joined with the ADL to declare war on free speech I'm now ecstatic to see him get knocked down a peg.
Kavanaugh seems to be a very smart man who is capable of seeing the world for what it is rather than being blinded by ideology and vague "principles" like Neil Gorsuch.
While I don't know if Tim Cook's behavior had any effect on Monday's ruling, this is more evidence showing Kavanaugh is not a mindless "conservative" who believes corporations have a constitutional right to crush Americans under their boots in the name of the "free market."
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