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Trump’s new border wall and Muslim restriction


[Listen to the enthusiastic applauds from the Department of Homeland Security in response to Trump’s talk. Never heard that during Obama;]

President Donald Trump has signed two executive orders in keeping with campaign promises to boost border security and crack down on immigrants living in the U.S. illegally. The executive orders jumpstart construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall, one of his signature campaign promises, and strip funding for so-called sanctuary cities, which don’t arrest or detain immigrants living in the U.S. illegally. The president signed the two orders during a ceremony at the Department of Homeland Security after honoring the department’s newly confirmed secretary, retired Gen. John Kelly.

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6 thoughts on “Trump’s new border wall and Muslim restriction

  1. Who gives a sh*t what Mexico thinks? Even Muslum terrorists are crossing our southern border. Thank you, Pres Trump! Build the wall!

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  2. Why any immigration? Why not only emigration?

    Who is more worthy of expulsion than seditionists whose plotting against us incorporates planet-killing whelp rates of genetically deprived murderers and rapists as an Islamic Gollum sicced upon us like a Hound from Hell?

    This is a democracy and I want Islam voted out.

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  3. Sixty-five nations around the world have built border walls and fences. India has a 2500 mile long fence along its border with Bangladesh. Sunni Saudi Arabia has a 700 mile fence separating it from Shiite Iraq. Without this fence, the U.S. cannot enforce its immigration laws. Many administrations in the past have embraced the same rationale, but now the MSM has forgotten all of that to focus on what they consider Trump’s outrageous act.

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