The Muslim Ban: America Loses Its Mind.


#1166

Crushing the dreams of education for muslim girls is a competitive advantage. Trump: Good for American Business!


#1167

#1168

That level of ignorance just pisses me off. Why is it that the people who know least speak the loudest?


#1169

Every Sikh has the name “Singh” in their name; it’s part of their religion. Every woman has the name “Kaur”, although it’s usually hidden in the middle of their names and often not part of their public profile.

So PSA to all your Facebook “friends”: If you see the names Singh or Kaur, they’re not Muslim.


#1170

Even so, they may be ancestors of Khan Noonian Singh, and should be watched carefully.


#1171


MAKE CETI ALPHA 5 GREAT AGAIN


#1172

They also wear badass headdresses. They kinda stand out!


#1173

Steve Bannon?


#1174

Needs more liverspots


#1175

Let’s see if we can find a story somewhere that says Black Rosie is really a “nice” person somewhere… you know if you ignore the racist filth coming out of their mouth.


#1176

And alcoholic face flush.


#1177

In a bit of good news, dear leader actually does something right.


#1178

He created a public backlash that had a face in children and now he grants these public teens entry. It is a meek PR move. There are still hundreds of Grandmothers and other family unable to visit. If he would do something right he would rescind the order.


#1179

Buzzfeed has the full order


#1180

Just fucking great. Incoming Muslim death-grannies in 5, 4, 3…


#1181

A federal judge in Hawaii on Thursday provided exemptions from the travel ban for grandparents and some other family members, as well as additional exemptions for some refugees. The Justice Department asked the justices on Friday night to remove those exemptions.

Less than 24 hours after a district court judge in Hawaii placed additional limits on the federal government’s partial enforcement of President Trump’s revised travel ban, the Justice Department asked the Supreme Court to reverse the ruling.

The Justice Department, in a statement from Attorney General Jeff Sessions, had announced the plans earlier in the day Friday.

The move is the second time the Trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to weigh in on the travel ban. In late June, the court announced that it would hear appeals of two challenges to the March 6 executive order where the lower courts had barred enforcement of some of the travel and refugee bans.


#1182

“Hey reverse that ruling you literally just made.”

Words that have never worked ever.


#1183

Grandparents of U.S. residents from six predominantly Muslim countries included in the Trump administration’s travel ban will be allowed to obtain visas and enter the United States, according to a report by Reuters.

The news agency viewed a State Department cable that indicates the administration will comply with a court ruling that found grandparents and other relatives should not be included in the ban.

A Supreme Court decision earlier this summer allowed the Trump administration to move forward with its executive order, but said that people with close family relationships should be able to apply for a visa and enter the United States.

The Trump administration, however, took a narrow scope of who could be considered as a close relative. It said grandparents did not count, nor did grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces and cousins.
A Hawaii District Court judge said that such relatives of individuals living in the U.S. should be considered as close relatives.

The State Department cable, dated July 14, reportedly states that “grandparents, grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts and uncles, nephews and nieces, and cousins” are considered close family members and as a result can win visas.

The Department of Justice, however, is pushing back on the Hawaii court’s decision. It filed a motion last week asking the Supreme Court to clarify its June 26th ruling. DOJ said the district court’s interpretation “empties the court’s decision of meaning, as it encompasses not just ‘close’ family members, but virtually all family members.”

The parties challenging the ban have until noon on Tuesday to respond to the government’s request for the Supreme Court to clarify its ruling.


#1184

Is the state department fighting with the justice department now?

My brain literally can’t make sense of this stuff anymore.


#1185

No, I believe the conflict is just between the Trump administration and the courts. The state department is simply going along with the Hawaii ruling.