A federal district court in Hawaii has yet again blocked the travel ban that was placed by President Trump on the eight countries from taking place. The travel ban targeted eight countries, all in varying states of civil war or dysfunction – in which no central authority exists to help the US vet incoming so-called, “refugees” (terrorists).
Judge Derrick Watson, in his ruling, struck down Trump’s September 24th travel ban, targeting Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Chad and Venezuela. North Korea was also on the list.
President Trump’s order which was set to take effect today, at 12:01 am, indefinitely banned the immigration into the US from those war-torn nations, or avowed enemy nations. However, it seems that Soros’s cash must have reached Judge Watson first.
Watson’s order blocks all the restrictions except immigrants from Venezuelan and North Korea. Doing the exact bidding of the Muslim Association of Hawaii (MAH), he overturned the ban on only those countries that the MAH wanted to continue to import terrorists from.
In an attempt to justify his action, Watson said that the Trump’s third executive order “makes no finding that nationality alone renders entry of this broad class of individuals a heightened security risk to the United States.” He also claims that the ban “discriminates based on nationality.” However, it doesn’t take more than a passing glance to see that the mass migration of Islamists from terrorist-controlled areas are, indeed, a dire threat to the U.S. and the entire West.
Watson also used Trump’s spat with the NFL players who take a knee during the National Anthem at the professional sporting event to introduce the 40-page order. He said, “Professional athletes mirror the federal government in this respect: they operate within a set of rules, and when one among them forsakes those rules in favor of his own, problems ensue.”
Watson, a blatantly partisan Appeals Judge, was appointed by President Obama, and was responsible for blocking Trump’s 2nd travel ban. The case that Hawaii brought challenging Trump’s previous order is still pending to be heard at the Supreme Court.