Chuck Schumer demands Trump admin rescind executive order on immigration

Democrat Schumer praises radical Islamic CAIR
Democrat Schumer praises CAIR

On Saturday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., demanded the Trump administration rescind the executive order that temporarily bans immigration from seven countries known to be hotbeds of terrorism, Newsmax reported.

Apparently, Schumer thinks it’s “anti-American” to protect the country from terrorists.

There’s more:

Good thing Chucky wasn’t around when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.

Newsmax added:

Schumer joined other Democrats Saturday in ripping President Donald Trump’s refugee order, which was signed on Friday.

It banned travelers from seven countries that have been linked by national security officials to terrorism from entering the U.S. for 90 days: Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.

The directive also suspended entry of all refugees for 120 days and indefinitely halted all admissions from Syria.

Twelve travelers from Iraq were detained Friday at JFK as they tried to enter the country. Two were released on Saturday as lawyers and civil-liberties groups sued in federal court to delay the action.


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