Monday, February 06, 2017

When the Ninth Circuit Court hears the case will someone bring out the FACTS and...

...and the fact President Trump is a habitual liar. Either it is pathological or simply a misdemeanor of some kind or another. An elected official that high in government authority has to be called on the carpet for lies that incite hate and violence. There has to be a law somewhere that provides for domestic peace with acceptance of diversity.

February 6, 2017
By Haeyoun Park, Karen Yourish and Gardiner Harris

President Trump and his aides (click here) have repeatedly suggested that the executive order temporarily barring refugees and blocking citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States is an outgrowth of Obama administration policy.


“The seven countries named in the
Executive Order are the same countries
previously identified by the Obama
administration as sources of terror.”


The seven countries were largely
chosen by the Republican-led Congress.

After the terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, Calif., at the end of 2015, Congress passed legislation requiring that all people with passports from IranIraqSyria or Sudan apply for visas to enter the United States....

The reports of violence in the USA is escalating since Mr. Trump's nomination and then the election and this hideous ban was signed into law. This isn't the only article, study or report about the ever increasing violence in the USA.

September 22, 2016
By Clare Foran

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton (click here) tell very different stories about who belongs in America and who doesn’t. Trump describes a country under siege from refugees and immigrants, Mexicans, and Muslims. Clinton talks about a nation made stronger by diversity. The narrative each campaign creates matters. It may even influence the way Americans treat their fellow citizens.

new report from California State University-San Bernardino’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism suggests that political rhetoric may play a role in mitigating or fueling hate crimes. The report shows that anti-Muslim hate crimes in the U.S. rose sharply in 2015 to the highest levels since the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. It also suggests that Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric could have contributed to this backlash against American Muslims....