The fate of American lives is now in the hands of a liberally progressive federal judge who supports Black Lives Matter. A federal court judge named James Robart has placed a halt on the President’s executive order that bans refugees from certain countries for a few months. There were seven countries part of that order and this morning airports began letting in people from these countries.
Which places the White House and everyone else at odds over the issue. President Trump is not one to back down from a fight so this appears to only be the beginning. It was the Department of Homeland Security who halted airport detention of foreigners with visas who were trying to board airplanes.
The State Department issued a similar order to their employees. They confirmed that over sixty thousand foreigners who had already attained their visas and had them revoked were now put back into place. These actions are in line with the federal judge in Seattle, Washington who halted the executive order.
The State Department issued the following response,
“Those individuals with visas that were not physically cancelled may now travel if the visa is otherwise valid.”
Qatar Airways also released a statement about the new developments where they stated that after instruction from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection they would allow those with valid visas from the seven effected countries to get on their aircraft.
Here’s who we may be allowing in.
- The horrifying November 2015 Paris terror attacks saw 130 people killed, and 368 people injured. Many of the attackers had either visited Syria or used fake passports that listed them as Syrian refugees. One of the suicide bombers was charged with terrorism offenses in 2012 because he claimed he was going to travel to Yemen. Authorities lost track of him after that.
- On Dec. 19, 2016, a radical Islamic terrorist, Anis Amri, killed 12 Germans in Berlin. Another 56 were injured in the attack. While not from one of the 7 countries listed in the temporary ban, Amri had 14 aliases and posed as a citizen of Syria.
- On May 24, 2014, Mehdi Nemmouche, a former fighter with ISIS in Syria, shot and killed 4 in an attack on a Jewish Museum in Brussels, Belgium.
- On January 31 of this year, German officials arrested 3 Islamic radicals who planned to travel to Syria or Iraq for weapons and explosives training. German authorities previously staged mass raids across the country and thwarted a major attack planned by ISIS.
And the list goes on and on.
What is very clear is American lives are now at risk to terrorists who are able to infiltrate themselves into refugee groups, which federal agencies and the judge clearly gave no mind to. By a liberal, progressive, Black Lives Matter supporting judge who clearly does not have any sense about him.
However, if the past is any indication of the future this will not be the last we hear from President Trump on this matter.
Jeff Rainforth contributed to this article.
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