On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled that travelers from six Muslim-majority countries who have extended family in America are exempt from Trump's travel ban. Prior to this ruling, the Trump administration arbitrarily decided to restrict immigrants to those who have a "bona fide" relationship with an immediate relative or spouse. This was nonsensical since government cannot determine the strength of each individual relationship; one may be close to their grandparent but distant from their parents and vice versa. That barely scratches the surface though. The biggest fallacy of this proposal is that it wants to reduce terrorism, yet all the nations listed have not committed a terrorist attack on the United States. The only Islamic nation that has commissioned terrorist attacks against us is Saudi Arabia, the nation that funded the 9/11 airplane hijackers and one of America's top ally. In spite of Saudi Arabia's actions, they are not included in the ban and continually relied on by U.S. oil companies. This contradiction reveals the true point of the ban, which is to discriminate against Muslim immigrants/refugees while turning a blind eye to actual terrorism for the sake of oil interests. Worse of all, this ban tarnished the reputation of the U.S. as a nation of immigrants. Hopefully, the Supreme Court makes the right decision next fall and ends Trump's bigotry.