Directly after he took office in January 2017, embattled U.S. President Donald Trump (pictured right) moved full-speed ahead with a controversial travel ban, which temporarily prohibited immigrants living in seven countries from entering the U.S.
All seven of the nations listed in Trump’s first executive order involving immigration reform were predominantly Muslim countries. Immigrants from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen were targeted in Trump’s controversial travel ban, which was a reactive political gesture made by the now impeached president to fulfill his campaign promise to “make America great again.”
However, the African nation of Sudan was eventually removed from Trump’s xenophobic policy blunder after a federal judge in Seattle, Washington successfully struck down the wacky leader’s order in the courts. However, much like the petulant child he once was who was shipped off to boarding school by his father, Trump is once again up to his controversial antics.
According to Politico, the Trump Administration has just unveiled a new plan to revamp its desire to ban Muslim immigrants from entering the U.S. The toupée-wearing twirp wants to add Sudan to his travel ban list again, along with three more African nations. Nigeria, Eritrea, and Tanzania have also been eyed by Trump as potential hot spots for immigrant trouble.
The Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar, the former Soviet republic of Belarus, and the Central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan are other countries that the suspected baron of treason wants to include in his new travel ban. Politico also reported in its Tuesday news article (January 21) that final announcements about Trump’s new order could come early next week.
“Common sense and national security both dictate that if a country wants to fully participate in U.S. immigration programs, they should also comply with all security and counter-terrorism measures — because we do not want to import terrorism or any other national security threat into the United States,” said White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said in defense of his puppet master’s first executive order.
Trump’s damning impeachment ordeal is now in its trial phase and costing U.S. taxpayers lots of money. However, if he is eventually acquitted and subsequently voted out of office later this year, the statute of limitations for the crimes he is accused of will not be expired. The pompous populist will also be stripped naked of his presidential protections.
That would put Trump in the bullseye of an angry FBI regime that he has been very hostile towards. It’s plausible to surmise that the FBI’s fired comrade, James Comey, has an even bigger hard-on now for the man who treated his critical national security job as if it were a spot on The Apprentice. Comey’s friends at the almighty Bureau probably sympathize with him quietly too.
Trump brags about being a “stable genius.” So he should know better than anybody that the Feds. Do. Not. Lose. Lord knows what Tower of Tumult the U.S. intelligence community plans to build for The Donald on his way out the door. One thing is for certain, Trump will not be able to profit and plaster his name across the front of this new tower that is possibly being built for him.
That tower may end up being a very sturdy structure of statute courtesy of his hot and bothered enemies inside the U.S. intelligence community. Happy tidings, Mr. President. You may still get to order a solid gold toilet bowl in the big house too, one day.