Banned: Supreme Court Upholds the President’s Efforts to Protect Americans from Muslim Terrorists

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld President Donald Trump’s executive order to temporarily ban immigration from several Muslim-majority countries — an effort to protect Americans from Muslim terrorism that has impacted the globe.

Lower federal courts blocked the order, but seven of the nine justices allowed the full travel ban to take effect.

For now, most foreigners from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen won’t be allowed to cross our borders.

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  1. My understanding was that the President barred immigration from countries that supported Islamic terrorists and there was no way to do a background check on the potential immigrant. He did not ban all Muslim immigrants, i.e. citizens I of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt etc. were allowed to immigrate.
    When President Carter banned all Iranians from entering the United States there was not a peep.

    • How right you are. So, there is another agenda: de-legitimize the Trump presidency.

    • Why does Saudi Arabia and Iraq get a pass? People from those nations have killed thousands of Americans over past 16 years.