By John Miller
Wednesday the 1st of November, 2017
Fake News was slow to admit the facts of the ISIS Halloween massacre in New York, because they prove Trump was right again. Don’t expect CNN to admit that Trump extreme vetting is needed to keep violent Jihadi terrorists from failed states off American streets any time soon though.
Obama Harvard Law School pal and Hawaiian activist judge Derrick Watson could not be reached for comment.
CNN and Halal Hawaiian activist judges are a clear and present danger to the United States of America. Extreme vetting now.
Thank God that Trump Extreme Vetting 3.0 is finally winning in the Supreme Court, just as it won in the court of public opinion long ago. It is time for activist judges to step aside, and allow the President of the United States to do the job that the people elected him for.
Also in need of some extreme vetting, Uber, the hyper tolerant transportation cartel run by Silicon Valley globalists who are attempting to replace the taxi driver profession and its liveable wage with their gig economy model that would see us ferried around by amateur murderers and rapists, with all the profits flowing back to corporate headquarters.
The Muslim Brotherhood and the vexatious lawsuits it brings, their obliging Grand Mufti Watson on the Hawaiian bench, and the corporate criminals of Uber represent a combined triple threat to America.
The latest front-line Haji terrorist is New Jersey Uber driver, Sayfullo Saipov.
Saipov, 29, lives in Tampa, Florida, and is an Uzbek national who was ushered into the United States in 2010, under President Obama’s extreme refugee importation plan. This saw the United States take 73,293 poorly vetted refugees, overwhelmingly from non-Christian nations like Uzbekistan.
Democrats have traditionally relied upon a pipeline of poor and poorly educated new citizens, for the maintenance of their Tammany Hall gravy trains, and with little care for what happens to American jobs and security as a result.
In fiscal year 2016, the last Obama refugee intake for the United States was 84,994 refugees.
Since assuming office in January 2017, President Donald Trump has issued executive orders to cut the refugee admission ceiling from 110,000 to 50,000. So far more than 42,000 refugees have been resettled.
The last thing heard by eight innocent people when Sayfullo Saipov took his rental truck for a drive on a Manhattan bike path on Tuesday afternoon: Allahu akbar