The negative reaction to President Donald Trump’s executive decision to place a temporary ban on accepting refugees and immigrants is a sign of how close America and the world is to total globalization and a one-world government.
To begin with, Trump never said this was a permanent ban. The majority of the bans are temporary – 90 days, while Immigration and Customs along with our intelligence agencies can implement a better vetting process to use to screen refugees and immigrants.
I heard some critics say that we already have a workable vetting system in place, but that vetting system has proven to be insufficient. I point to Tashfeen Malik as a prime example of Obama’s failed vetting system. Malik passed through the lax vetting system used under Obama and she went on to join her husband in carrying out a terrorist attack in San Bernardino. Malik and her husband, Syed Farook, both of whom turned out to be ISIS supporters, shot and killed 14 people at a holiday party in San Bernardino.
Investigators say they are surprised to learn that Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik are not just Islamic extremists, but they have been so for a number of years. In fact, Malik was an active member of a Pakistani terrorist group long before she was thoroughly vetted by US officials and allowed into the US.