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US Bans Immigrants at The Airport, So What..

Thousands come out to protest the administrations latest effort to secure the homeland.

Administration spokes person Sean Spicer explains:

We took the first step in ensuring that a terrorist attack won’t continue to occur on this country. And so what do we say to the family or to the individual who gets hurt or the family of someone who gets killed because we didn’t take the steps? Protecting this nation and our people is the No. 1 priority of this president and our government.

Everyone is getting on the anti-immigration bandwagon, check out the snowflake celebrities voice their concern:


Chief of staff Reince Priebus helps put the order in perspective:

REINCE PRIEBUS: The fact of the matter is 325,000 people from foreign countries came into the United States yesterday. And 109 people were detained for further questioning. Most of those people were moved out. We’ve got a couple of dozen more that remain.

Lets repeat that: 106 people were stopped while 324,894 we’re let through on a single day.

Do we really not want to be stopping these 106. They’re being stopped to protect you, me, us!

This is not an authoritarian response, this is simply being safe and well informed.

Not to mention the ban is not so much a ban as it is a moratorium for 2–3 months so the administration can vet the current process in place that checks and clears immigrants from these known trouble countries.

Silly SNOWFLAKE! It’s okay to be safe..

Were you mad about the Boston Bombings? Frequent mass shootings?

He’s protecting all of us:




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