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For your information. Not good news.
In a speech to American Muslim voters, Joe Biden publicly promised that he would “overturn” President Trump’s Muslim Ban on the very first day of his presidency.
“I will end the Muslim Ban on Day one.” Biden boastfully said at the Million Muslim Voters Summit, an online event hosted by the American Muslim political group Emgage Action.
What Biden calls Trump’s “Muslim Ban” only applies to high-risk countries where “Islamic terrorism” is a problem, and not even all Muslim countries where it is a problem, so it can hardly be called a “Muslim Ban.”
The ban initially “restricted” travel from Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Chad, Venezuela and North Korea. Chad was later removed from the list. The United States Supreme Court’s majority argued that the policy was not a Muslim ban, citing the inclusion of North Korea and Venezuela and the administration’s process of granting exemptions.
In February 2020…
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