Supreme Court upholds Trump travel ban


ㅤ"President Trump’s travel ban is both legal and constitutional, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, reversing a series of anti-Trump decisions by lower courts and delivering a landmark win for the White House.
ㅤThe 5-4 decision recognizes Mr. Trump has broad powers to block foreigners from entering the U.S., giving the administration a boost as it tries to fend off myriad lawsuits over its get-tough immigration policies.
ㅤAnd the court refused to hold Mr. Trump’s tweets and other campaign-era anti-Muslim comments against him now that he’s in office, saying judges usually take the President’s actions on their face. They ruled the travel ban was facially neutral, not the ‘Muslim ban’ his critics had said.
ㅤ’The text says nothing about religion,’ Chief Justice John G Roberts Jr. wrote for the majority."ㅤ

Full story at The Washington Times, image from marfeel(.com) – 6/26/18. See "extreme vetting, justices, national-security, scotus, supreme court, travel ban, vetting."ㅤHome

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Supreme Court term to consider Trump tweets and travel ban


ㅤ"The Supreme Court over the next month is poised to upend the way the country picks representatives to Congress, decide whether the First Amendment protects people who refuse to do business with same-sex couples and rule on whether President Trump’s tweets can be used in court to derail his agenda."ㅤ

Full story at The Washington Times, image from supremecourt(.gov) – 5/30/18. See "travel ban, justices, scotus, supreme court."ㅤHome

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Supreme Court to consider Trump’s travel ban


ㅤ"In December, a majority of justices agreed to allow the President’s full ban to take effect, temporarily blocking a Ninth Circuit Court order that kept the administration from banning the entry of foreign nationals who have a bona fide relationships with a person or entity in the U.S."

Full story…at The Hill, image from supremecourt(.gov) – 4/21/18. Tags: supreme court, travel ban. 𑗉

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REVOLT GROWS: Half Of California Supports Travel Ban, Increased Deportations


ㅤ"The Daily Democrat reports: ‘About 24 percent of the survey’s participants said it’s very important for the U.S. to increase deportations of undocumented immigrants, while 35 percent said it’s somewhat important, according to the poll. That viewpoint even held true in the Bay Area, where 25 percent of those surveyed said increasing deportations is very important and 35 percent said it’s somewhat important. And about 49 percent of Californians support temporarily banning people from Muslim-majority countries, according to the poll. In the Bay Area, 44 percent of residents support the ban, the least out of any region in California.’"

Full story…at The Daily Wire, image from dailywire(.com) – 4/18/18. Tags: travel ban, deportations. 𑗉

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Supreme Court to hear case challenging Trump travel ban


ㅤ”The high court announced its decision to consider the case, Trump v. Hawaii, Friday, and the justices likely will hear oral arguments in April. A decision is expected in June.”

Full story at The Washington Examiner, image from (tags donald trump, justices, potus, president, scotus, supreme court, trump, travel ban) – 1/19/18

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Hawaii attorney general hopes Trump’s visit to his state will serve as a learning experience

Pictured: Hawaii Attorney General Doug Chin

ㅤô¿ô …There is nothing for the President to learn. Essentially refugees are not placed in Hawaii. Chin and other Hawaiians aren’t affected by immigration policy. Doug Chin is just a glory-seeking scumbag acting purely out of self interest. He should be disbarred.

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Refugee Admissions Plummet to 1,242 in First Month of FY 2018

ㅤ”Of particular note is the precipitous drop in the number of refugees admitted from the seven countries whose citizens were temporarily banned from traveling to the United States under the first travel ban, Executive Order 13679, issued by President Trump on January 27, 2017.
ㅤIn October 2017, the first month of FY 2018, only 275 refugees from these seven countries — Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudian, Syria, and Yemen — were admitted to the United States under the Refugee Admissions Program.
ㅤIn contrast, in October 2016, the first month of FY 2017, a total of 4,581 refugees from these seven countries were admitted into the United States under the Refugee Admissions Program (1,352 from Somalia, 1,323 from Iraq, 1,297 from Syria, 414 from Iran, and none from either Libya or Yemen.).”

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Trump Calls For NYC Terror Suspect To Receive Death Penalty

ㅤ”NYC terrorist was happy as he asked to hang ISIS flag in his hospital room,’ the President tweeted late Wednesday evening. ‘He killed 8 people, badly injured 12. SHOULD GET DEATH PENALTY.”

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Frank Gaffney on NYC Terror Attack: ‘This Is Going to Happen to More of Us, Take It to the Bank’

Pictured: Frank Gaffney

ㅤ”Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney joined SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam on Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily to talk about Tuesday’s terrorist attack in New York City.
ㅤKassam commended Gaffney for saying in his own Secure Freedom Minute radio broadcast that it was ‘an attack not on New Yorkers, not on Americans, not on Westerners, but an attack on us.’
ㅤ’It’s another assault on Western civilization, and all of us who have lived under it, who have prospered from it, who have – as we often do in this country – taken it for granted,’ Gaffney told Kassam. ‘The point really was to tee up the second line, Raheem, which is that all other things being equal, this is going to happen to more of us. Take it to the bank.”

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Trump says refugee admissions to resume with ‘enhanced vetting’

ㅤ”The administration will take 90 days to assess the threats posed by applicants from the 11 countries, which the senior administration officials declined to identify, citing ‘law enforcement sensitivities.'”

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Breaking tradition, former presidents sparring with Trump

ㅤô¿ô …The division is not complicated. Today’s politics is longer blue vs. red. It’s globalism vs. economic nationalism. While the majority of Dem Politicians, GOP politicians and the media are globalists, our current President is not.

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President Trump cites ‘radical Islamic terror’ in U.K. crime increase

ㅤ”President Donald Trump declared Friday morning that ‘we must keep America safe,’ pointing to a study released Friday in Great Britain showing an uptick in terrorism-related incidents amid an overall 13 percent increase in crime.
ㅤ’Just out report: ‘United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.’ Not good, we must keep America safe!’ Trump wrote online.”

Story at Politico, image from breitbart(.com). #donald trump #great britain #jihad #potus #president #terrorism #terrorists #travel ban #united kingdom #vetting
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Second judge halts Trump’s latest attempt at travel ban ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ……

Judge Theodore Chuang and Judge Derrick Watson

ㅤ”The Justice Department said it would appeal both the Hawaii and Maryland decisions. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday morning, stood by the policy in opening remarks. ‘The president’s executive order is an important step in ensuring that we know who is coming into our country,’ he said. ‘The order is lawful, necessary and we are proud to defend it. … We are confident that we will ultimately prevail.'”
ㅤJudge Chuang was appointed by Obama, of course.

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Judge blocks Trump’s latest travel ban order ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ……

ㅤ”A federal judge in Hawaii on Tuesday blocked the latest version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
ㅤU.S. District Court Judge Derrick Watson granted a temporary restraining order, concluding that Trump appeared to run afoul of federal immigration law when he issued a proclamation last month restricting travel to the U.S. by citizens of eight countries.”
ㅤWatson is costing the Federal government millions of dollars. He should be disbarred.

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SCOTUS Backs Trump, Dismisses Travel Ban Challenge ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ……

Story at The Daily Caller, notes at the DC Drain, image from reuters(.com).

ㅤ”The justices ordered the court to dismiss the case as moot, and directed the 4th Circuit to vacate — or wipe out — its ruling finding the order unlawful.”

#politics #conservative #republican #gop #draintheswamp #maga #immigration #immigrants #immigrant #migrants #migrant #islamists #supreme court #scotus #travel ban #vetting

‘I Want to Die for Allah’ Shouted Migrant Who Stabbed Police Officer .. .. .. ..

Story at Breitbart, image from

ㅤIn times past, our enemies have been ideologies, not the people who follow the ideologies. The early Catholic church, not the Catholics. Nazism, not the German people. Communism, not the Russian people. ㅤThose of us who hate Islam hate the ideology of Islam, not the people who follow the Prophet. The many who welcome the ideology of Islam just hate the Prophet’s most dutiful followers.

U.S. Students Earn More A’s, But Drop in SAT Scores

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I don’t entirely agree with the conclusions made in this article. The more I listen to the universitys’ complaints about the travel ban, the more it seems to me that colleges may be making it harder for Americans to qualify for college because the colleges prefer to recruit wealthier foreign students.

AG Jeff Sessions Goes Directly to Supreme Court for Clarification of Travel Ban Ruling

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ㅤ”By going directly to the Supreme Court for clarification, Sessions outmaneuvered both Watson, the federal judge in Hawaii, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which had given Watson a ‘roadmap’ for his July 13 decision when it ruled earlier this month against his previous decision that requested clarification from the Supreme Court.”