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Barack Obama's open borders are closed until further notice.
Don't expect them to re-open any time soon either.
First there was The Wall, then President Trump signed an Executive Order today suspending visa entry into the U.S. from seven countries known to harbor radical Islamic terrorists: Syria, Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Sudan and Yemen.
Naturally the usual suspects are aghast.
American Civil Liberties Union Executive Director Anthony Romero blasted Trump's plan as unconstitutional.
"'Extreme vetting' is just a euphemism for discriminating against Muslims," Romero said in a statement issued moments after the signing. "Identifying specific countries with Muslim majorities and carving out exceptions for minority religions flies in the face of the constitutional principle that bans the government from either favoring or discriminating against particular religions."
The "minority religion" of which he speaks is, of course, Christianity. Lefties hate Christians. And Barack Obama's government prevented persecuted Christians living in majority Muslim countries from entering the U.S.
President Trump vows to reverse that punitive and ill-conceived policy. Because "extreme vetting" should apply to the populations that breed terrorists, not to the folks who are victims of Islamic terrorism.
In an interview with CBN, Trump said persecuted Christians from Syria would get priority.
"They've been horribly treated. Do you know if you were a Christian in Syria it was impossible, at least very tough to get into the United States? If you were a Muslim you could come in, but if you were a Christian, it was almost impossible."
And right on cue, a slowdown on Muslim immigration is labeled as a "ban."
"These actions taken by Donald Trump are tantamount to a Muslim ban," Abed A. Ayoub, the legal and policy director for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. "This is the Muslim ban that was promised by him on the campaign trail."
Yo Abed, quick, who's the policy director for the Saudi-Christian Anti-Discrimination Committee?
I'll give you a hint. If he existed, he'd already be dead.
The U.S. Constitution guarantees that you, your gutter religion, and your pedophile prophet's ramblings are free to associate anywhere, anytime, anyhow. No one is "banning" Muslims. No one is shutting down your mosques or taxing your congregants. There are no "Christianity police" forcing hijab-wearing women to don bikinis.
And if you report a crime, you don't need to find 4 Christian witnesses before the police will take a report.
So tell me again how persecuted you are.
The plight of Christians in Muslim lands is real, and heart-breaking.
The "plight" of Muslims in the U.S. is known as the American Dream.
Pardon me if I don't feel bad for you.
And I won't apologize for wanting President Trump to help the thousands of
Christians your co-religionists are persecuting day and night. You wanna
help Muslim refugees? Call the Saudi embassy. Or call the Iranians, I hear
they're flush with cash thanks to your buddy the former president. But don't
expect us to take in any more Muslims; we've already done are part. If you
don't like that, well, you're free to go back to Mecca.
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