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Door To Justice Closed By Homeland Insecurity

“Visitors will not be able to enter…” reads the statement from the Supreme Court of the United States of America. The Supreme Court has decided to permanently close its front door to the American people out of the feat that sometime, someone might engage in a terrorist attack or other form of violence. There is no known plot to perpetrate such an attack, but the Supreme Court has decided that open government buildings are an invitation to evildoers.

So, the motto over the Supreme Court’s main entrance, Equal Justice Under Law, will be cordoned off, replaced with the Supreme Court’s new motto: A Secure, Reinforced Area To Screen For Weapons, Explosives, And Chemical And Biological Hazards (taken from the notice of the front door’s closure).

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