Hack Chuck Schumer Sobs Over 90-Day Immigration Ban


Update at the end: President Trump’s statement

The hack senator from New York Chuck Schumer sobbed like a cretin over a temporary immigration ban which was put in place by the Trump administration. It is only being done until a proper vetting procedure can be instituted. When Barack Obama banned Iraqis for six months, Schumer did not cry.

Crying is Schumer’s theme song.

Schumer mentioned Emma Lazarus’s poem inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. There was a lot of flak over that at the time. Progressives of the early 1900s wanted it and anyone who didn’t was called a nativist and xenophobe. Those who didn’t want the inscription were afraid we would lose sovereignty at the time.

Chuck Schumer is not well-informed. If you remember, he didn’t know what the three branches of government are. He thought they were the House, the Senate and the President.

When Barack Obama instituted a similar ban against Iraq for six months, Chuck and all the other hysterics said nothing.

We do not have a proper vetting procedure and potential refugees who have waited for periods of time waited because their application was sitting on someone’s desk, not because anyone was vetting them.

Our intelligence agencies repeatedly and recently said that we cannot vet from some of these nations. There are no records. They are failed nations or close to it.

We have taken taken in tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands without screenings.

In May, A.J. Irwin, a former Homeland Security agent and terrorism expert described the “robust” screening process. It’s based on an honor system.

“…when we send refugee officers over there to interview people, they have a mission and their mission is not to detect fraud or identify terrorists, it’s to process these people and get ’em into the system….

When they sit down at their desks or their cubicle, the line is as far as they can see. And they have the pressure of processing these people. So they don’t spend a whole lot of time talking to them. They get their basic information, they see if they meet the basic requirements – have a credible fear – what it’s based on. And then they move on to the next person. So this process is very rapid and the mission, again, is more service. It is not enforcement; it’s not detection of fraud or national security.”

In other words, there was no “robust” screening, there wasn’t even a screening. It’s an honor system.

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