People on the left said that President Donald Trump was a man who would not give an inch. While this has proven untrue, there are some things that are too vital to budge on, and sadly one of them was forced upon the U.S. leader. It is well known that the courts abused the law and ruled against Trump’s travel ban that was to lead to a safer America and today the Hill reports what is being done about it by the White House.
The Commander in Chief is putting into place a new plan which will be “a targeted list of restrictions” that shall “enhance vetting for nationals from eight countries,” a senior official is quoted as saying.
The nations are all hotbeds for terrorism: Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. These states snubbed their noses at “U.S. information-sharing requirements” that make vetting a more reliable process.
Sit back and watch as liberals side with terrorists, rapists of children, and killers of all non-compliant Sharia practitioners over President Trump as they call this to be “unfair” or “heavy-handed.” Why can they never just say, “I didn’t vote for him, I dislike him, but at least he is working to keep us safe”?
Proving that Trump is a fair man, Sudan has complied with U.S. demands to use the vetting process to halt terrorism and they were taken off of the travel ban list. It really is not that hard to do what’s right if one wishes to have the perks of coming to America.
“Iraq, North Korea, Chad, and Venezuela,” have been added to the list of states that fail vetting requirements, too. This could mean that some of the chatter about Kim Jong-un unleashing terror for his ideals just as Daesh does have some hint of truth to them (not that travel from N.K. is very prone to happen).
Also, before any snowflakes start melting over this being “Islamaphobic,” let us remember that this was firmly based on “objective worldwide review” and not “origin or religion,” reports confirm.
Regarding this new list that falls on the same day “that Trump’s 90-day ban on visitors from six Muslim-majority nations” is set to end, the timely leader said, “As president, I must act to protect the security and interests of the United States and its people.”
He also tweeted, “We will not admit those into our country we cannot safely vet.”
Sadly, after spending billions and billions on Iraq, while it is absent from the FULL ban list, it is hardly a worthy accomplishment since it is shown that those from the nations should “be subject to additional scrutiny to determine if they pose risks to the national security or public safety of the United States.” In other words, things are not much better than they were in 1991.
America should be happy that it has a man who has only the best interests of the people and the country in the forefront of his mind. It has been a long, long time since such was the case.
Source: The Hill