During the Trump administration, he implemented a travel ban from a series of countries with long histories of anti-western terrorism. The travel ban included Iran, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, Venezuela, North Korea, Nigeria, Myanmar, Eritrea, Sudan, Tanzania, and Kyrgyzstan…and of course, Syria.

Biden ended the ban, earlier this year when he restarted immigration from Syria, despite its being labeled as a state sponsor of terrorism.

Then, earlier today, we reported on alleged Boulder shooter, Ahmad al Aliwi Al Issa and his alleged alleged anti-Trump and pro-Islamic ideology.  We also discussed his rumored Syrian roots.

Now, ABC reporter Aaron Katersky has confirmed that Ahmad came from Syria as a child.

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Syria is a known hotbed and state sponsor of anti-Western terrorism, so it is inexplicable why Biden would have reopened travel earlier this year.  Especially amid a surging border crisis in which few are being vetted in any way.

Breitbart gives context:

Refugee admissions from Syria exploded in 2015 under former President Obama’s administration. From 2015 to 2019, more than 21,450 Syrian refugees permanently resettled in the U.S. The State Department, earlier this year, stopped daily reporting of refugee resettlement.

Likewise, from 2015 to 2019, more than 35,000 Syrian nationals have secured green cards to permanently resettle in the U.S. and eventually become naturalized American citizens.

In 2017, 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov was accused of murdering eight people in New York City in a targeted terrorist attack. Saipov arrived in the U.S. in 2010 from Uzbekistan after having won a visa in the annual Diversity Visa Lottery program.

Two months later, 27-year-old Akayed Ullah was arrested for allegedly attempting to detonate a suicide bomb in New York City and injuring three people. Ullah arrived in the U.S. in 2011 from Bangladesh as a relative of a green card-holder who had won their visa in the Visa Lottery.

So is Biden inducing crises and then calling for gun control in order to solve the crises, even though gun control has nothing to do with the actual problem?

What do you think, Reader?

 

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