Here we go again. The Media (D) is determined to make the second roll out of the travel ban be viewed as ‘Islamophobic’ and will do whatever they can to keep that narrative alive.
Congressman Scott Taylor (R-VA) was on CNN discussing the new Executive Order restricting travel from 6 terror-risk countries with anchor Dana Bash.
It was going surprisingly well until…
Rep. Taylor, who sits on the Appropriations Committee which oversees funding for the Department of Homeland Security, had the audacity to mention that the FBI says that 30% of the domestic terror investigations currently being conducted are on people that have claimed refugee status.
Oddly, this was right when his feed had some ‘tech issues’.
CNN cuts guest’s feed after he mentions terror link to refugees.
JUST A COINCIDENCE. pic.twitter.com/RyaJODi6Jj
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) March 7, 2017
Yo, CNN… you want the truth?
Here is what Rep. Taylor was starting to talk about:
Hundreds of people admitted to the United States as refugees are the subjects of FBI counterterrorism investigations involving ISIS – including some individuals from countries cited on President Trump’s revised travel ban.
Trump’s order, which was announced late Monday morning, temporarily bans travel to those without valid visas from Sudan, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.
Nearly a third of the 1,000 FBI domestic terrorism cases – 300 – involve those admitted to the U.S. as refugees, a Department of Homeland Security official said Monday. That number was confirmed later in the day by Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a news conference. Officials said some of those 300 came to “infiltrate” the U.S., while others were radicalized once they were in the country.
“Like every nation, the United States has a right to control who enters our country and to keep out those who would do us harm,” Sessions said.
The officials who spoke Monday morning didn’t detail the current immigration status of those 300 people who were subjects of government terror probes, Reuters reported, citing a source.
One official also sought to clarify the apparent conflict with a leaked DHS report that appeared to show no connection between refugees and terrorism. The official said the draft document, which was reported by The Associated Press on Feb. 24, was not complete, had not been vetted through the interagency process and did not reflect classified information.
Read more: Fox News
The ‘tech issues’ with the feed of Rep. Taylor had very suspicious timing.
Convenient for CNN to not have to hear an opposing view.