The US Supreme Court is the nation's highest judicial body. SCOTUSblog is a news outlet that covers the Supreme Court.
But sometimes, Twitter users get them mixed up. SCOTUSblog happily plays along with this confusion, leading to a lot of funny exchanges between SCOTUSblog and commenters during today's arguments over the new legal challenge to Obamacare:
Here are the rules: confuse us with SCOTUS, no problem, it happens; confuse us and say something nasty, strap in— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) March 4, 2015
As if, genius. MT @FAQSMAN: And now we have a @SCOTUSblog without a spine! Relinquishing your powers, morons?— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) March 4, 2015
No prob. MT @lorrie_spence: @SCOTUSblog obamacare, the gift that keeps giving. Real people are hurting. Thanks so much.— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) March 4, 2015
Cast not the first stone at us MT @DUNBAR83 I’m prayerful @SCOTUSblog will uphold #affordablecareact. Failure to do so is #sinful.— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) March 4, 2015
Prepare to be disappointed MT @BamaJDK: @HouseJudiciary Isn’t it sad that we have to hope @SCOTUSblog upholds the US Constitution?— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) March 4, 2015
SCOTUSblog, of course, isn't just hilarious on social media. It's also invaluable for keeping up with all the cases the Supreme Court deals with. So make sure to follow them on Twitter.