The enemies of America, many of whom are American citizens who vote the Democrat Party line, are beside themselves with President Trump’s decision to halt immigration from certain majority-Muslim nations based on the threats those nations pose to America. This new order by our president is a very sensible thing to do, given that the FBI says there are ISIS camps in all 50 states and we need to prevent even more enemies of America from entering our nation.
Here’s my question to the always-hate-Trump crowd: Would it be responsible for a president to respond slowly to an imminent attack on America, or should he move quickly and decisively to pre-emptively halt any possible attack and protect American lives? It seems to me that the latter approach provides better protection against a terrorist attack than the former, and that’s what President Trump is proposing with his executive order.
Barack Obama was a slow responder to terrorist threats, and Orlando and San Bernardo were the result of his inability to recognize the threats and move decisively to stop or prevent them. Obama was also content to “contain” ISIS, which clever policy didn’t keep them from spreading and polluting the entire world with their murdering ways.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, is a responsible president and is dedicated to the proposition that we keep suspect individuals out of our nation until such time as we can properly vet them, because there is no current possibility of properly vetting anyone from Syria if there is no government in Syria with whom to vet.
Donald Trump promised to perform extreme vetting of people from the Middle East and now he’s keeping his campaign promise, and I respect him more each day for keeping his word and for taking the flack of the leftist radicals who cannot appreciate the good thing our new president is doing for the nation.