Rogue Court Blocks Trump’s Executive Order

Just hours after President Trump signed his Executive Order freezing travel until extreme vetting is implemented, Leftists mobilized to protest at airports and in the streets.

But now, they’ve taken to the Courts to stop President Trump’s plans to help ensure we know who is coming in our country.

A rogue federal appeals court blocked President Trump’s plans to reinstate the ban.

That set off President Trump, who vowed to fight back.

The national has media tried to color the Executive Order as a “Muslim ban,” even though it has zero effect on travel from the top six countries with the highest population of Muslims.

In fact, the ban only affects people travelling from seven specifically named countries identified by the Obama administration as major sources of terrorism.

Earlier this week, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, a Democrat, made a name for himself by fighting Trump’s Executive Order.

Ferguson and Washington State Governor, Jay Inslee seem to be willing to fight tooth-and-nail to keep America’s doors wide open for anyone who wants to come in.

In a quote in the Washington Post, Gov. Inslee stated, “This is what resistance looks like.”

Ever since Trump’s election, liberals and so-called “progressives” have taken to the “Resistance” mantra.

Their goal is to block everything Trump does — even if it’s a matter of national security.

Where do we go from here?

The Executive Order was set to expire in 90 days, so it’s possible it may run out before the U.S. Supreme Court could take it up.

Meanwhile, the Trump administration will be scrambling to find another way to live up to his campaign promises to secure our borders.

But the anti-Trump media and Leftists will try to block Trump’s attempts to implement extreme vetting, despite the risks an open door policy poses to American security.

8 Comments

  1. Gary Cair cant compare to a 25 year old Churchill.The content of his quote speaks for its mountain of evidence. Churchill shld be paraphrased to liberals who like muslims live by their feelings, the fever in their brains, rabies,thats it.

  2. At least President Trump is trying to make the country better and strong again.
    I truly admire him even more because of all the snowflake wussy liberal who are trying to cause him to fail. They are giving back bone and strength to the president, which he needs, to defeat these morons. The bow waves and protests only slow down the recovery of the disaster BO almost achieved. I think Mr. Carr need to return to his safe place and contemplate huis navel for a few years maybe he will find some fuzz he can use.

    • “Cair/Carr” – I don’t get it. Please explain. As to “wussy liberal” – well, nobody’s perfect, but I’ll wear it with pride.

  3. Personally, I think ALL muslims should be banned & all those here should be deported. Every muslim is a potential terrorist. Winston Churchill said long ago; “islam is to a man, as rabies is to a dog”.

    • Yes, Churchill did say that, although not quite in those words, in a book he wrote in 1899, when he was 25 years old. (He lived to be 90.) Most of us say and do really dumb things when we are young. For instance, Churchill, great statesman that he was, thought the Gallipolis invasion was a good idea.

  4. “Rogue Court”???? Oh, please! I suppose the “rogue court” is filled with “so-called” judges, eh? This is not the first time that a President has been slapped down by the Courts and, hopefully, will not be the last. Donald Trump speaks for a minority of citizens, many of whom voted in protest of lack of jobs. Wait until all those well-paying jobs fail to return to the U.S. And if they do return, they won’t be “well-paying” if a Puzder-led Dept. of Labor is set up against worker rights – anti-union, anti higher minimum wage. Beware the wrath of blue-collar workers. They won’t play nice like a bunch of wussy liberals.

    • Yes, Churchill did say that, although not quite in those words, in a book he wrote in 1899, when he was 25 years old. (He lived to be 90.) Most of us say and do really dumb things when we are young. For instance, Churchill, great statesman that he was, thought the Gallipolis invasion was a good idea.

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