Trump vowed to “temporarily suspend immigration from some of the most dangerous and volatile regions of the world that have a history of exporting terrorism” until the US can improve its vetting process for travelers from those countries.
To bring everyone up to speed (although I’m sure everyone already knows), Trump’s executive order bars citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for the next 90 days and suspends the admission of all refugees for 120 days.
Those seven muslim-majority countries are:
Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.
Surprisingly, Saudi Arabia is not on the list.
Tellingly, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates aren’t either.
Saudi Arabia, through it’s 400+ princes of the House of Saud, fund various Islamic ventures all over the world, including the 9/11 hijackers, providing seed money for ISIS, bankrolling Osama Bin Laden, and essentially just promoting Wahhabist Strains of Islam (designed in mind with a cultural takeover of the Western nations).
The one thing those banned countries have in common?
They were all destabilized by previous administrations.
Iraq was destabilized by Bush, Syria is currently in the middle of a Civil War, Iran not only has nuclear proliferation in its sight but also funds Hezbollah, Sudan has sponsored terror since 1992, Libya was destabilized by Hillary Clinton, Somalia has birthed a majority of the “ISIS fighters” in this current century, and Yemen was destabilized by Obama’s drone strikes.
Those countries all have rebel groups within them, funded by proxy Islamic nations (and American nationals). Obama actually created the list (minus Syria), but that’s not the important part.
As for the 90-day ban? Oddly specific.
Enter the Dream Team, Power Pack, MAGA MEN.
It’s got their fingers all over it.
The “unholy alliance”?
Donald Trump, Jeff Sessions, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, James Comey, Mike Pence.
Shit. Is. Going. Down.
While the crowds get outraged over the very idea of a ban (never mind that only Syria wasn’t on Obama’s prior list), wasting their time (and money) becoming embroiled in Soros-backed lawsuits (ACLU, etc), two things are happening at the White House and the Pentagon right now:
See, Donald loves the element of surprise. Either to not talk about it at all, or say one thing and do another. He’s not talking about the FBI cross-checking their data, or about the Government analyzing recent wire transfers to those seven countries. He already knows Saudi Arabia is guilty of 9/11 (who doesn’t?).
The ban is 90 days, a term limit designed to;
A) clean up house without any foreign interference from lobbyists (this was signed on the same day),
B) determine if the legal immigration process is secure – a legal process, which, by the way, was tweaked by Hillary Clinton to allow Alicia Machado full citizenship just in time for the first debate;
C) to ensure that traitorous politicians don’t scrub records like they did to Sen. Ted Cruz’s investigation on radical Islamists (or have the time to, as is being alleged with the voter fraud situation);
D) analyze all payments made to and from the Treasury (usually more funds will be processed as immigrants try to move their money out). While this will mean more financial noise surrounding the investigation, if you already know which entities sponsor terrorism (Thanks, Obama), you can hone in on their payments to see if anything fishy is occurring;
JAMES COMEY – WHO IS ON OUR SIDE:
E) The executive order isn’t meant to only stop immigration from those other countries, but to also force all traveling nationals (of those seven countries) under a spotlight. The common trend between ALL suspects of terrorist ideologies is that they’ve usually been arrested for attempts made while under FBI surveillance investigations. Sometimes, it happens by serendipity, other times its through informants. This is essentially the FBI double- and triple-checking their data.
In 90 days, we’ll be ISIS-free, and relatively terrorist-free.
BONUS LEVEL – MIKE PENCE:
We’ll also be severely refugee-free (not immigrant-free, but refugee-free), because as an executive order signed Wednesday by Trump said:
“Sanctuary jurisdictions across the United States willfully violate Federal law in an attempt to shield aliens from removal from the United States. These jurisdictions have caused immeasurable harm to the American people and to the very fabric of our Republic.”,
As for leaving Saudi Arabia off the list? It’s a sign/threat/warning of things to come. The Washington Post in 2002 wrote “It is also reported that a National Security Council task force recommends that the US demand that Saudi Arabia crack down on al-Qaeda’s financiers within 90 days of receiving evidence of misdeeds and if they do not, the US should take unilateral action to bring the suspects to justice. However, the US government denies this report and calls Saudi Arabia a ‘good partner in the war on terrorism.'”
Is it any wonder that six hours later (of my posting this), Saudi Arabia agreed to accept refugees? Yeah, I’d say Saudi Arabia got the message loud and clear.
Interesting that certain Middle-Eastern countries agree with the ban. They know if certain people are allowed in it’s death & destruction!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 4, 2017