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and Wall Street Democrats
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Monday, November 21, 2016

Trump Has Secret Plan To Question "High Risk" Immigrants About Sharia Law and The American Constitution?


Sounds like the beginning of a reasonable strategy:
A written plan for the Department of Homeland Security brought by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach into his meeting with President-elect Donald Trump spells out a desire to question “high-risk” immigrants over support for Sharia law and the U.S. Constitution. 
Kobach, an early Trump supporter, met with the president-elect on Sunday and has been mentioned as a potential pick for a position within the administration. Some speculation has centered on the secretary of Homeland Security, and Kobach’s plan appears to lend credence to that possibility. 
An Associated Press photographer shot an image of Kobach going into the meeting and clutching a binder along with a stack of papers. One page is visible and readable, though partly obscured by Kobach’s hand. 
The document is arranged in a numbered format. The first point reads, “Bar the Entry of Potential Terrorists.”
AND THEN THERE'S THIS:

Jeff Sessions May "Prosecute" Sanctuary Cities That Don't Obey Federal Law


AND THIS:
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2 Comments:

Blogger LL said...

What a departure from Hillary who wanted to bring in savages by the boat load.

Monday, November 21, 2016 11:55:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a good sign, but...
Questioning migrants about shariah is handicapped by doctrinal tools like Taqiyya & muruna .
Determining which nations from which migration will be limited or banned is also hampered by EU efforts which immediately reclassify migrants as Swedish-, German-, French-, and Belgian- of ME origin.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 1:19:00 am  

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