Saturday, February 11, 2017

Report Confirms Need for Trump's Travel Ban Executive Order

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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We are constantly reminded of how brutal members of Islam can be.  Whether it is all of them, some of them, or only a few of them, the reality is that terrorism and senseless brutality is very common among Muslims.  While the European government leaders and American liberal left Democrats are trying to convince everyone that terrorism and Islam have little or nothing to do with each other, example after example after example keeps presenting themselves to say otherwise.

In Germany a math teacher opened his doors to an Afghan asylum seeker in the hopes of assisting the man since he was new to Europe.  The high school teacher, however, was reported missing shortly afterward.  He didn't show up to work, so his house was visited to see how he was doing, and after searching every room in his home and seeing a trail of what looked to be blood, the teacher was discovered dead in a pool of his own blood in the basement.

A migrant himself from Iran, the teacher sympathized with the fleeing migrants from his native Middle East, but the migrant he chose to help turned out to be his murderer, as well.  The Afghan migrant beat the teacher about the head with a rock and a metal instrument like a pipe or a crowbar.

The murder joins a growing list of migrant-related murders from the Bataclan massacre in Paris to the murder of Swedish asylum center worker.  Migrant on migrant murders are also becoming more common and often.

No matter how many times the liberal left tries to convince us that Muslims are a peaceful people, the evidence keeps telling us otherwise.

President Donald Trump's "extreme vetting" executive order has been under heavy attack by the left, with them calling it "mean spirited" and "discriminatory."  The reality is, following a string of laws he listed in the executive order, Trump felt it necessary to ban recieving individuals from seven Muslim-majority countries that are also commonly known as countries who fund terrorism, harbor terrorists, and promotes terrorism.

Immediately, the Democrats proclaimed that there have been no terrorist attacks by persons from those listed countries.  The claim is untrue.  Just a few months ago a Somali attacked the Ohio State University campus with a vehicle, and then a butcher knife.

According to a recent report, there are 72 Muslims convicted of terrorism from Trump's seven Muslim-majority countries listed in his executive order here in the United States.

The Center for Immigration Studies calculated the numbers of convicted terrorists from the Trump Seven:

— Somalia: 20

— Yemen: 19

— Iraq: 19

— Syria: 7

— Iran: 4

— Libya: 2

— Sudan: 1

The Center's director of policy studies, Jessica M. Vaughan, based her blockbuster report on a 2016 report from the Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, then chaired by new Attorney General Jeff Sessions, that report found that 380 out of 580 people convicted in terror cases since 9/11 were foreign-born.

She received further information on many in the report to conclude that 72 of those convicted of terrorism come from the seven nations target by Trump.

According to Vaughan, "President Trump's vetting order is clearly legal under the provisions of section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which says that the president can suspend the entry of any alien or group of aliens if he finds it to be detrimental to the national interest. He should not have to provide any more justification than was already presented in the order, but if judges demand more reasons, here are 72."

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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