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SURPRISE! Court That Blocked Trump’s ‘Travel Ban’ Was HIDING Something Pretty Important

With their recent ruling against President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban, the 9th Circuit Court didn’t consider the statute, which assigns to the President the authority to do what he did.

The temporary ban, which was placed on seven nations that have major sources to terrorism and who refuse to assist the United States in properly vetting people who wish to leave those nations and come to the U.S.

But the court did use a reasoning for its ruling, the assertion that refugees from these countries haven’t committed crimes in the U.S. The seven nations: Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Iraq and Yemen have had refugees commit 72 crimes on US soil to be exact.

Via Right Wing News:

The Center for Immigration Studies reports these numbers for crimes committed by those from the banned nations: Somalia 20, Yemen 19, Iraq 19, Syria 7, Iran 4, Libya 2, Sudan 1. The ones who were convicted were living in 16 states. They include NY – 10, MN – 8, CA – 8, WA – 2, and MI – 6.

33 of the 72 were convicted of serious acts of terror.

The 9th Circuit is playing with American lives. And it is also exceeding its authority. The court has zero authority to decide the merits of the President’s ban. They only have the legal authority to decide if he has the legal authority to issue it. And clearly, by any reading of the statute, he does.

Congress granted to the President, over 60 years ago, the authority to decide who can and cannot enter the country and for how long, based on the President’s assessment of whether there is a viable threat. Here is the exact wording.

“Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restriction he may deem to be appropriate.”

The 9th Circuit is abdicating its duty as judges and ignoring clearly worded statutory precedent. And in the meantime, people from the 7 nations are pouring in. The next crime is on your hands judges.