Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton offered support to those who protested President Donald Trump’s recent Executive order on immigration and extreme vetting of refugees, the same security screening she stated she would implement if she won the presidential election.
Clinton stated “I stand with the people gathered across the country tonight defending our values and our Constitution.”
Clinton criticized Trump on the same vetting she wanted to execute. Trump’s extreme vetting order halts bring in thousands of refugees to America from all around the world without any kind of security screening until a stronger more comprehensive foreign resolution background check could secure U.S. borders from terrorism.
Refugees have placed fear of radical Islamic terrorists infiltrating the United States from ISIS. That’s why the vetting process is important to the Trump administration to secure our borders. Trump is bound to the Constitution, the supreme law of the land.
Clinton has stated during the presidential campaign in 2016, while she supported bringing refugees into the country, screening protocols must be followed. “Our highest priority, of course, must always be protecting the American people,” she stated in a November 2015 national security speech and again in September 2015 interview on Face The Nation.
She also stated “we should only let people into this country after we have thoroughly screened them, no matter how long it takes and no matter, you know, what the pressure might be to act more quickly.” Clinton has said she would welcome 65,000 more refugees as the United States usually admits thousands annually.
Trump’s executive order, which was signed, halts refugee arrivals into the United States for 120 days and bars citizens of Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen for 90 days. The order, is to end refugee crisis to protect the country from foreign terrorist until a more precise vetting process is in place.
Hillary Clinton regards vetting refugees as impossible, according to email released by WikiLeaks. When Trump put into operation extreme vetting, Hillary changes her stance. Remember Hillary has two persona. One for the public and one for the Clinton Foundation donors.
Hillary wanted to allow refugees from terrorist organizations given the facts that she accepted more than $100,000,000 from radical Muslim nations that fund ISIS terrorist activities.
Clinton held a private meeting in January 2016, with a Pakistani businessman and 250 other Muslims while collecting $500,000 for the Clinton Foundation which helped place more than tens of thousands of radical Islamic refugees in Texas. The mainstream media did not report any of this.
Clinton criticized Trump throughout the presidential campaign for his will to make safe borders from Radical Islamic Terrorist while she received millions from ISIS supporters.
Trump immigration plan does not ban Muslims, requires extreme vetting for Muslims arriving from countries with documented problems of Islamic terrorism consistent with the U.S. Constitution.