President Trump insists that his travel ban was necessary in order to secure the United States from would be terrorists.
He cites the terrorist attacks in Paris, London, Brussels and Berlin as factual evidence to back his cause.
However, many don't appreciate his 'kind' gesture.
... critics called the policy un-American and Islamophobic, and said that this ban would not have stopped atrocities in the US perpetrated by American-born attackers.
As a consequence of this, people from six Islamic nations are going to find it 'nearly impossible' to enter the U.S. legally.
The rules apply to people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen, as well as to all refugees.
Very unlike the French and British examples.
The original ban, released on 27 January, provoked mass protests at American airports.
One is tempted to ask, has any terrorist from any of the 6 "condemned" countries actually ever attacked the U.S.?
If the answer is NO... Then what's all these really about?
Once upon a time, a great place known as "the land of the free" once existed... not anymore.