People Freaking Out About Trump’s Muslim Plan Are Forgetting To Mention One Big Thing
Liberals won’t like this at all.
Donald Trump has been hit from all sides over his idea that, in this era of global jihad, America should push the pause button on Muslims immigrating into the country.
While all too many are imputing more into the idea than Trump actually said, many others are also forgetting there is historical precedent for putting a halt to immigration into the country by potential enemies. In fact, at least one other previous president put a ban on Muslims entering the country, and it’s a president the left usually loves.
Trump has been everywhere in the news with his idea that the U.S. should put a temporary ban on Muslim immigrants coming from terrorist countries. Trump has been criticized by Democrats and their mouthpieces in the media for the idea, but he has also been criticized by Republicans.
Essentially, his policy idea is being called “un-American” because it is a religiously based ban on immigrants. Detractors say such a ban stands in contravention to our founding principles of religious freedom. Some even say it is somehow against the Constitution. Other say such a ban has never been implemented before.
But as FrontPageMag.com reports, there was one president who banned Muslims from immigrating to the U.S.
During the Iran hostage crisis in 1980, liberal Democrat President Jimmy Carter put a ban on Shiite Islamists immigrating from Iran.
During that terrible time in U.S. history, Carter said that his administration “will invalidate all visas issued to Iranian citizens for future entry
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