DEAR CNN: Guess How MANY Terrorists Came From The 7 ‘BANNED’ Countries

Remember when Obama stood crying, saying ‘if it saves just one life?’

Where is THAT sentiment in Schumer’s crocodile tears?

Oh, did we lose some of you by calling them crocodile tears? Let’s address that before we go further.

Former New York Police Department Commissioner Bernie Kerik fired back at Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, accusing him of not showing emotion in the aftermath of the September 11th, 2001 terror attacks like he did following President Trump’s travel ban order.

…”I never saw the man cry or whimper or any of that other stuff,” Kerik said on The Intelligence Report, “That whole scene… I found it quite appalling. You didn’t cry on September 11th, you never cried with me or Rudy.” — Fox News

Look’s like Trump was RIGHT in calling him out:

As for those seven countries mentioned in the executive order? What’s their track record?

Trump’s selection of those seven countries comes from a list compiled by the Obama Administration of the most dangerous nations, The Daily Caller is reporting. His administration called them “countries of concern.”

…Between March 2014 and June 2016, at least 17 individuals from one or more of those seven nations were implicated in terrorist activities. Eight of them were convicted of giving material support to ISIS. Fox News

So, there’s a direct connection between DANGER to American LIVES and these particular countries?

Wow! Isn’t that what Trump was saying all along? That they’re reassessing the screening techniques? That adjusted requirements for entry will be implemented in 90 days… as in… TEMPORARY travel restrictions?

Wow. Taking an interest in ‘saving one life’.

Imagine that. You’d think even Obama would approve of that.

It couldn’t be just an orchestrated attempt to paint everyone as RACIST… could it? Nah. The left doesn’t dishonestly politicize ANYTHING.

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