“Being able to come to America is a privilege, not a right,”
I believe it was Monday at the daily news briefing for those who have been appointed the White House as their area of operation when White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a news conference Monday that President Donald Trump’s immigration order inconvenienced some this weekend “for the safety of us all,” adding that Trump wanted to be proactive, rather than reactive, in fighting terrorism. For the sake of non-confusion, Mr. Spicer stated, “Being able to come to America is a privilege, not a right,” Spicer said.
From “official” campaign season, President Trump has not steered from his wording from what he planned to do with illegal immigration, the refugee problem, or sanctuary cities. Any person who has a problem with this fact, please write a comment or two in the space provided.
And YES! The reaction to this news has been the focus of bets as well as the buzz behind those “Ah, we don’t believe it Democrats,” who simply are not ready to face management or leadership since Hillary D.R. Clinton lost the election. Moreover, there are several people laying down big money on whether or not the Democratic Party will survive.
Legal challenges to President Donald Trump’s first moves to restrict the flow of people into the United States spread on Tuesday as Massachusetts and San Francisco sued to challenge two of his early executive orders.
Massachusetts on Tuesday joined the legal battle against Trump’s order banning travel into the United States by citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, a move the White House described as necessary to improve national security. A lawsuit contends that the order violated the U.S. Constitution’s guarantees of religious freedom. So, again so sorry that one’s theological studies are not better equipped.
San Francisco sued to challenge a Trump directive to withhold federal money from U.S. cities that have adopted sanctuary policies toward undocumented immigrants, which local officials argue help local police by making those immigrants more willing to report crimes. For years now these various cities in the several states are intentionally brought up by those law breaking individuals normally all Democrats.
The legal maneuvers were the latest acts of defiance against executive orders signed by Trump last week that sparked a wave of protests in major U.S. cities, where thousands of people decried the new president’s actions as discriminatory. What?
“At bottom, what this is about is a violation of the Constitution,” Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said of the order halting travel by people with passports from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen for 90 days, which also stopped resettlement of refugees for 120 days and indefinitely banned Syrian refugees.
Both policies are in line with campaign promises by Republican businessman-turned-politician Trump, who vowed to build a wall on the Mexican border to stop illegal immigration and to take hardline steps to prevent terrorist attacks in the United States.
“It discriminates against people because of their religion, it discriminates against people because of their country of origin,” Healey said at a Boston press conference, flanked by leaders from the tech, healthcare and education sectors who said that the order could limit their ability to attract and retain highly educated workers. Healey is a misguided fool working politically. Where her claims are astutely incorrect is this action has little or nothing to do with the Constitution. At any rate, if judged by the president to be support of national defense, she should stop now.