Here are the 5 facts that your need to know about Hawaii versus President Donald Trump and the temporary travel ban. Would you be surprised to learn, that like many liberal arguments, the lawsuit is founded on feelings? It also gives rights to non-citizens that do not exist. That is a fact. Read the 5 facts here.
Aw Written By: Nate Madden at Conservative Review
Here we go again. In response to President Trump’s rewritten travel moratorium, the state of Hawaii is suing to block it.
Here are some key takeaways from the Aloha State’s complaint:
1. They’re still going after Trump’s campaign promises
Literally, the first allegations against President Trump have to do with the things he said on the campaign trail, rather than the executive order itself, which the 9th Circuit dangerously invoked in its ruling on the previous executive order.
“President Trump repeatedly campaigned on the promise that he would ban Muslim immigrants and refugees from entering the United States,” reads the document, before listing specific instances, “particularly from Syria, and maintained the same rhetoric after he was elected.”
It goes on to allege: “Within a week of being sworn in, President Trump acted upon his ominous campaign promises to restrict Muslim immigration, curb refugee admissions, and prioritize non-Muslim refugees.”
Once again, even if an executive order contains nothing about banning Muslims, it apparently becomes a ‘Muslim ban’ when someone says mean things.
2. It deceptively sources and presents its information
In an attempt to show a supposedly negligible effect of the moratorium, the complaint cites a report from the Cato Institute, deceptively alleging that “not a single fatal terrorist attack has been perpetrated in the United States by a national of one of these seven countries since at least 1975.”
The operative word here is “fatal.” Luckily, nobody was killed by the 72 individuals from the original seven (now six) countries convicted on terrorism charges since the September 11 attacks alone.
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