Breaking: Federal Judge Allows 1,050+ Unvetted Refugees Into the US!

When the Trump administration released its travel ban executive order, they said they didn’t give any warning because people from the seven countries would begin pouring in to beat the start date.

For the first 14 days of the Trump administration, roughly 11% of all refugees entering the country came from the seven countries on the executive order: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, and Yemen.

In the eight days since the Judge improperly halted the executive order, 72% of all refugees now hail from these seven countries. Trump was exactly right. They are pouring in.

More than 1,050 refugees from these terror hotbeds were allowed into the United States with minimal-to-no vetting because a Federal judge in Seattle decided he knew more about foreign policy than the President.

Late last night, a Federal Judge in Virginia became the latest judge to block Trump’s executive order. He called it a “Muslim ban,” even though 87% of the world’s Muslims are unaffected. So even if the White House wins the case in Seattle, they will still be blocked in Virginia.  (Continue Reading…)

One thought on “Breaking: Federal Judge Allows 1,050+ Unvetted Refugees Into the US!

  1. John Slagle

    Just one Iraqi Refugee admitted in Arizona was a very busy felon. Why should refugees from 7 countries face extreme vetting in 2017 ? The U.S. court system evidentially is not concerned with any past crimes committed by any incoming refugees nor are district courts on stateside crimes.

    FLORENCE, Az. — The Pinal County Attorney’s Office will no longer seek the death penalty against the Iraqi refugee accused of detonating a homemade bomb at the Social Security office in downtown Casa Grande just days after shooting a man in Maricopa.

    Abdullatif Aldosary refused to appear before Pinal County Superior Court Judge Joseph Georgini yet again on Friday morning. He faces a litany of severe charges based on the 2012 incidents, and he has already been found guilty in federal court of being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition. He received five years in federal prison on those convictions, which stemmed from the Social Security office bombing.

    The charges against Aldosary include one count of first-degree murder, one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of prohibited possession of a deadly weapon for the Nov. 27 death of Orlando Requena; 14 counts of attempted first-degree murder, two counts of criminal damage to property and one count each of arson and depositing explosives in the case of the bomb that exploded on Nov. 30, which he is believed to have planted; and two separate cases of assaulting a correctional officer with bodily fluids.


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