President Donald Trump has done it again, folks. He used common sense when developing an America-first policy and has driven liberals nearly stark raving mad!
President Trump could sign an executive order to limit refugees and immigrants from terrorist Muslim countries entering the United States, The Hill reports. The president is expected to sign executive orders relating to the border wall, sanctuary cities, and immigration from countries known for radical Islamic terrorism.
The executive orders are expected to be unveiled during his visit to the Department of Homeland Security today. Protecting the border and preventing ISIS from turning American streets bloody were cornerstones of Trump’s campaign.
Multiple congressional aides and immigration experts were reportedly briefed about the anticipated executive orders. If reports are accurate, Visa holders from the following countries where terrorism is predominant will primarily be prevented from coming to the US: Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
Liberal mainstream media pundits and lawmakers are already chastising the plan as imposing a religious test on refugee seekers and immigrants. The lack of concern voiced for American citizens by those who may pose a threat to national security is shocking.
One of president’s immigration related executive orders is expected to include language pertaining to the “extreme vetting” Trump talked about at length on the campaign trail. Each time the outsider Republican discussed putting Americans first when it comes to immigration from terrorist countries, his massive crowds erupted into loud rounds of cheers and applause.
“In the Cold War, we had an ideological screening test. The time is long overdue to develop a new screening test for the threats we face today. I call it extreme vetting,” Donald Trump said during a rally last summer.
The ban on refugees and immigrants from Muslim countries known for terrorist activity is not expected to be a permanent policy. News reports based on comments by alleged insiders maintain the change in policy will be a multi-month ban while the extreme vetting guidelines are developed and enacted.
The Department of Homeland Security will be tasked with creating and improving the current vetting process. As previously reported by the Angry Patriot, top intelligence officials testified before Congress that the current vetting system is filled with holes and leave many facets of an immigrant’s background unknown.
During the presidential campaign, Trump vowed to evaluate immigrants and refugees to determine if their ideological values mesh with American principles.
Religious tolerance, gay rights, and women’s rights were among the areas of ideological differences that spark concerns when allowing refugees and immigrants from the Middle East to come to the United States.