When you don’t vote or when you decide to protest the vote, you reap what you sow….

Today, President Trump’s 90-day travel ban finally went into effect because the United States Supreme Court allowed it to. The Trump administration will be arguing the ban before the Supreme Court in the fall. In the meantime, SCOTUS saw fit to reverse several federal court rulings that had placed a hold on his discriminatory executive order.

According to Vox:

Due to the Court’s ruling, the Trump administration will be able to bar citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen from entering the United States for a period of 90 days, and bar nearly all refugees from entering the US for a period of 120 days — but only if they haven’t already been issued a valid visa, and only if they don’t have a “bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.”

None of the countries that are banned have produced terrorists that have attacked the United States. Not one. The countries from which the 9/11 terrorists were from are not part of the ban including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Trump, not coincidentally, has businesses operating in both these countries.

Trump’s ban is a “Muslim ban” and as such, goes against every principle this nation was founded upon.

Read more at Vox


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