I guess this means just about every BDS infected liberal will be facing some sort of prosecution for aiding and abetting the enemy during a time of war during the entire Bush administration, as their 'Anti Bush' rhetoric which was often parroted 'word for word' by the enemy in newspapers and video reports throughout the wars would confirm, if anyone in this administration cared.
Since they obviously don't, one thing it most certainly should do, is close down just about every Muslim "aid" organization in the U.S. as 'providers of material support' for terrorists, starting first and foremost with the Council on American-Islamic Relations better known by it's acronym CAIR and anything related to Hamas.
Especially do gooder "aid flotillas".
___________________From Fox News's Live Shots
Over the objections of three justices, the Supreme Court has upheld a federal law prohibiting American citizens from providing "material support or resources" to foreign terror groups. The 6-3 majority opinion from Chief Justice John Roberts is a victory for the government’s efforts to fight terrorist organizations.
"It is not difficult to conclude, as Congress did, that the taint of [terrorist's] violent activities is so great that working in coordination with them or at their command legitimizes and furthers their terrorist means,” Roberts wrote. “Moreover, material support meant to promote peaceable, lawful conduct can be diverted to advance terrorism in multiple ways."
A group called the Humanitarian Law Project sought to provide legal training and political advocacy for a pair of groups designated by the State Department as foreign terrorist organizations. Monday’s ruling says that support is illegal because "...all contributions to foreign terrorist organizations--even those for seemingly benign purposes--further those groups' terrorist activities."
The Humanitarian Law Project claimed the law violated its First Amendment rights to free speech and assembly. The Court’s ruling said that was not the case.
Justice Stephen Breyer took the unusual step of reading his dissent from the bench, something that is rarely done and often only when a justice feels particularly strong about the outcome of the decision. Breyer said he could not agree with the Court’s conclusion that “the Constitution permits the Government to prosecute the plaintiffs criminally for engaging in coordinated teaching and advocacy furthering the designated organizations' lawful political objectives." Breyer was joined in dissent by Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor.