• May 18, 2021

The terrorists are coming! The terrorists are coming!

 The terrorists are coming! The terrorists are coming!

BIDEN SUPPORTS C A I R . DO YOU KNOW WHO THEY ARE A LOT OF DEMOS TAKE THEIR DONATIONS

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The greatest value of President Trump’s travel restrictions list was that it eliminated the high-stakes gamble that America’s security vetting systems could root out terrorist actors from predominantly Muslim countries with governance and terrorism exporting problems. 
Breitbart U.S. visa applicants denied entry by the Trump administration’s ban on travelers from 13 countries can now seek re-adjudication or reapply, the U.S. Department of State announced this week.
Among the 13 countries were seven predominantly-Muslim nations in the Middle East and Africa that have significant issues with terrorist organizations. The Trump travel ban, which was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, also included narco-terrorism-linked Venezuela, rogue dictatorship North Korea, and theocratic terrorist-state Iran. The latter two pose nuclear and cyber threats to the United States.

The terrorists are coming! The terrorists are coming!

Jihadi Joe Biden begins accepting visa applications from countries that export terrorism, especially Muslim countries, the same countries banned by the Trump Administration.

The greatest value of President Trump’s travel restrictions list was that it eliminated the high-stakes gamble that America’s security vetting systems could root out terrorist actors from predominantly Muslim countries with governance and terrorism exporting problems. 
Breitbart U.S. visa applicants denied entry by the Trump administration’s ban on travelers from 13 countries can now seek re-adjudication or reapply, the U.S. Department of State announced this week.
Among the 13 countries were seven predominantly-Muslim nations in the Middle East and Africa that have significant issues with terrorist organizations. The Trump travel ban, which was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, also included narco-terrorism-linked Venezuela, rogue dictatorship North Korea, and theocratic terrorist-state Iran. The latter two pose nuclear and cyber threats to the United States.

The State Department’s announcement came a week after FBI Director Christopher Wray told a Senate panel the U.S. relies heavily on information from an applicant’s country of origin to screen them.
Wray conceded that America could not trust many of the countries listed in former president Trump’s travel ban to provide accurate information, if any at all, on travelers who may be seeking to enter the U.S. with nefarious intentions.
However, in a statement to Breitbart News on the same day Wray testified, the Biden administration proclaimed the U.S. government alone could effectively vet U.S. visa applicants from the terror-prone countries before they are allowed to roam American communities.

According to the State Department, Biden is moving forward with allowing U.S. visa-seekers from countries covered by Trump’s travel ban despite the FBI director’s testimony.
Ned Price, a spokesperson for the State Department, announced Monday applicants will “no longer be denied on the basis of nationality”:
Applicants from the affected countries may no longer be denied on the basis of nationality, and the Department has taken a number of steps to ensure that applicants previously refused visas under [the now rescinded Trump travel ban] will not have future visa applications prejudiced in any way by those prior decisions.
According to State Department figures released last September, the Trump travel ban denied more than 40,000 mostly Muslim people entry into the United States. The ban came in the wake of terrorist attacks on U.S. soil during the Obama-Biden administration.
Under the Trump Administration
By the end of the Trump administration, affected countries included Eritrea, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Libya, Myanmar, Nigeria, North Korea, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Venezuela, and Yemen.
Three of those countries — Iran, Syria, and North Korea — are U.S.-designated state-sponsors of terrorism.
Jihadi groups such as the Islamic State (ISIS), al-Qaeda, and Boko Haram operate in many countries previously covered by the ban, according to the State Department’s latest annual country report on terrorism. The report added Venezuela which is known to sell passportsand identification documents and is also home to members of Iran’s narco-terrorist proxy Hezbollah.

Yemen is home to the Iran-aligned Houthi rebels, a group fueling what the United Nations calls one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.
The Biden administration reversed Trump’s proposal to list the Houthis as a terrorist organization.

The terrorists are coming! The terrorists are coming!

Jihadi Joe Biden begins accepting visa applications from countries that export terrorism, especially Muslim countries, the same countries banned by the Trump Administration.

The greatest value of President Trump’s travel restrictions list was that it eliminated the high-stakes gamble that America’s security vetting systems could root out terrorist actors from predominantly Muslim countries with governance and terrorism exporting problems. 
Breitbart U.S. visa applicants denied entry by the Trump administration’s ban on travelers from 13 countries can now seek re-adjudication or reapply, the U.S. Department of State announced this week.
Among the 13 countries were seven predominantly-Muslim nations in the Middle East and Africa that have significant issues with terrorist organizations. The Trump travel ban, which was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, also included narco-terrorism-linked Venezuela, rogue dictatorship North Korea, and theocratic terrorist-state Iran. The latter two pose nuclear and cyber threats to the United States.

The State Department’s announcement came a week after FBI Director Christopher Wray told a Senate panel the U.S. relies heavily on information from an applicant’s country of origin to screen them.
Wray conceded that America could not trust many of the countries listed in former president Trump’s travel ban to provide accurate information, if any at all, on travelers who may be seeking to enter the U.S. with nefarious intentions.
However, in a statement to Breitbart News on the same day Wray testified, the Biden administration proclaimed the U.S. government alone could effectively vet U.S. visa applicants from the terror-prone countries before they are allowed to roam American communities.

According to the State Department, Biden is moving forward with allowing U.S. visa-seekers from countries covered by Trump’s travel ban despite the FBI director’s testimony.
Ned Price, a spokesperson for the State Department, announced Monday applicants will “no longer be denied on the basis of nationality”:
Applicants from the affected countries may no longer be denied on the basis of nationality, and the Department has taken a number of steps to ensure that applicants previously refused visas under [the now rescinded Trump travel ban] will not have future visa applications prejudiced in any way by those prior decisions.
According to State Department figures released last September, the Trump travel ban denied more than 40,000 mostly Muslim people entry into the United States. The ban came in the wake of terrorist attacks on U.S. soil during the Obama-Biden administration.
Under the Trump Administration
By the end of the Trump administration, affected countries included Eritrea, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Libya, Myanmar, Nigeria, North Korea, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Venezuela, and Yemen.
Three of those countries — Iran, Syria, and North Korea — are U.S.-designated state-sponsors of terrorism.
Jihadi groups such as the Islamic State (ISIS), al-Qaeda, and Boko Haram operate in many countries previously covered by the ban, according to the State Department’s latest annual country report on terrorism. The report added Venezuela which is known to sell passportsand identification documents and is also home to members of Iran’s narco-terrorist proxy Hezbollah.

Yemen is home to the Iran-aligned Houthi rebels, a group fueling what the United Nations calls one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.
The Biden administration reversed Trump’s proposal to list the Houthis as a terrorist organization.

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But that’s not all CAIR wants from Biden:

MUSLIM TERROR ATTACKS JUST IN THE UNITED STATES
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