Things Got Weird During Supreme Court Oral Arguments Over a Cheerleader’s F-Bombs on Snapchat

Law & Crime

It was a strange day at the telephonic Supreme Court on Wednesday as justices heard oral arguments in a case over a high school cheerleader’s First Amendment right to use the F-word in a Snapchat story. The justices’ questions and comments about the case pondered the consequences of misgendering transgender students, questioned the street cred earned by using profanity, and even mused about the passion of student athletes.