A lot of people complaining about President Trump’s so-called “Muslim ban” point out that his list of seven countries leaves off one of the biggest state sponsors of Islamic terror: Saudi Arabia.
And it is tragically true that the worst terrorists in U.S. history, the 9/11 hijackers, could mostly be traced back to that Kingdom.
However, a lot of those critics are being disingenuous, because they’re leaving out a key aspect of that terrible story: That the majority of those hijackers were also in the U.S. illegally.
This inconvenient truth simply reinforces Trump’s executive order, and now it looks like most Americans agree with it, despite all the non-stop propaganda from the other side.
Katie McHugh reports for Breitbart:
A majority of voters support President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily halting migration from terror-exporting countries, a Morning Consult poll released Wednesday finds.
Pollsters worded the question to insinuate it was a blanket “Muslim ban,” but most voters still supported it.
Asked if they approve or disapprove of “an order prohibiting citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries from being able to enter the United States for 90 days and halting processing of refugees for 120 days,” 55 percent said they approved of Trump’s executive order, while 38 percent disapproved.
And Europeans surprisingly agree on this divisive issue:
These poll results are not an aberration. As Breitbart goes on to point out, other polls by other firms have yielded similar responses.
However, you’d never know it if you relied upon the mainstream (as well as social) media for your information. Celebrities, executives, reporters and no-name “social justice warriors” are all calling this temporary measure an outrage.
It’s good to know that not everyone is falling for this misinformation campaign. Imagine how high that poll result would be if there was no all-out media war on Trump’s policy…