Saturday, February 4, 2017

BREAKING: The Department Of Homeland Security Suspends Implementation Of Trump’s Muslim Ban. Trump Attacks With... Tweets

The Department of Homeland Security has issued a statement saying that it will no longer force airlines to block those foreigners with visas from boarding planes.

This essentially means that America will once again allow foreigners from the nations the government barred under Donald Trump's Muslim ban.

This ruling will affects people carrying visas from Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Iran, Iraq and Yemen including refugees were banned for 120 days and all Syrian refugees who were barred indefinitely to once again enter the US.

The State Department said...

"Those individuals with visas that were not physically cancelled may now travel if the visa is otherwise valid,"

The State Department also announced it has reversed the cancellation of the tens of thousands of visas under Trump's executive order.

This decision by DHS comes after over 100,000 people have had their visas "provisionally revoked" by the order that went into effect a week ago.

This decision prompted the International Air Transport Association to alert all airlines confirming that the ban, for the moment, is completely inoperative. Visas that were rescinded have now been reinstated and business immediately goes back to the way it was before Trump issued his executive order...

"It is as if the Executive Order never existed,"

The department's decision to overturn the policy backs up federal court Judge James L. Robart who on Friday issued a temporary restraining order challenging Trump's executive order and giving visa-holders from the seven countries safe passage. After the order was handed down from Judge Robart normal air service resumed.

Im guessing that Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson's statement that "The Constitution prevailed today," and that "No one is above the law " didn't sit well with Trump as he blasted the "so called" judge's decision in a 5:12am tweet...


And expressed his dismay at the court ruling in series of tweets a few hours later...


A debunked lie from an InfoWars article

The White House press secretary Sean "alternative facts" Spicer said the administration would seek an emergency stay at the earliest possible time, and initially called the judge's action an "outrageous order."

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