Senate Democrats: ‘Trump Is Helping ISIS Stage Attacks in the U.S.’

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As part of their latest attempt to block President Donald Trump’s travel ban, Senate Democrats say the order preventing refugees from Muslim-majority countries is being used by ISIS to recruit lone-wolf terrorists.

Wait, what?

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Allen B. West has more:

President Donald Trump has ISIS on the run.

Barack Obama could not say the same during his eight years in office as divider-in-chief.

After all, it was 44 who referred to ISIS as the “JV team” and even downplayed the strength of al-Qaeda prior to the 2012 election.

During an event at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, Rukmini Callimachi said a huge trove of documents were found at an ‘isolated’ Osama bin Laden’s base after his death and he lost control of his group.

From The Weekly Standard:

“The head of the organization has been killed, and now—these are literally quotes that I would get: the organization has been ‘decimated,’ the organization is in ‘disarray,’ the organization is ‘on the run,’” she continued. “At the same time that we were preparing to pull out troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, I think that it was important to portray this as a problem that no longer existed.”

Now, Democrats are insisting that Trump’s travel ban is helping ISIS stage terror attacks in America.

What in the world?

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From Newsweek:

As part of their latest attempt to block President Donald Trump’s travel ban, Senate Democrats say the order preventing refugees from Muslim-majority countries is being used by ISIS to recruit lone-wolf terrorists.

Eight Democratic senators on Friday introduced the No Ban on Refugees Act, which would prohibit the U.S. government from barring refugees from coming into the U.S. based on their country of origin.

Continued:

“Trump’s refugee ban puts American lives at risk and it plays right into the hands of our enemies,” the bill’s lead sponsor, Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut, said in a statement. “There’s no real danger to America from refugees who’ve gone through our vetting system and entered our country. The danger is that we help ISIS recruit lone-wolf terrorists here at home by making clear that they have no place in our society.”

Trump has used terrorist incidents across the world—most recently the attack in New York City on October 31—to justify his ban, which critics deem anti-immigrant and discriminatory.

More on the ban’s current state, from CNN:

Lawyers for the Trump administration are asking the Supreme Court to allow the latest version of the President’s controversial travel ban to go fully into effect pending appeal.

The third version of the travel ban places varying levels of restrictions on foreign nationals from eight countries: Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, Somalia and Yemen. A district court in Hawaii blocked this iteration of the ban from going into effect last month.

But a three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals partially lifted that order on November 13, allowing the ban to go into effect except for foreign nationals who have “bona fide” relationships with people or entities in the United States. The language of that order was adopted from a Supreme Court order pertaining to an earlier version of the ban.

The Hill has more:

The Trump administration is now asking the Supreme Court to block a Maryland district court order that prohibited President Trump from largely enforcing his latest travel ban.

Solicitor General Noel Francisco filed a request with the court late Tuesday to reinstate all of the president’s new targeted restrictions on immigrants from eight countries: Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen and Somalia.

Continued:

If the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals upholds the district court order, Francisco said the Supreme Court is likely to hear the case as it did the last time the courts barred the president from enforcing entry restrictions on certain foreign nationals in the interest of national security.

The Supreme Court agreed last term to hear the challenges to Trump’s previous 90-day ban on nationals from six-majority Muslim countries, but dismissed the case as moot before arguments in October after the ban expired.

The new targeted restrictions Trump enacted on Sept. 24 after the previous ban expired were blocked last month by federal district court judges in Hawaii and Maryland.

(Source: www.allenbwest.americanewshub.com)

The Trump administration is also appealing the decision from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals last week to allow the administration to ban immigrants from the eight designated countries that lack a credible claim of a “bona fide” relationship to a person or entity in the U.S. The administration asked the justices late Monday to reinstate the full ban.

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