Thousands of demonstrators outraged by President Trump’s executive order denying #Islamics entry into the U.S. protested Saturday afternoon at San Francisco International Airport after hearing reports of travelers being detained there.
Trump’s order instantly went into effect Friday night, closing borders for at least 90 days to travelers from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen. Syrian refugees were barred indefinitely.
The fact that the Islamics who kill people and blow stuff up come from these countries did little to dissuade the protesters.
But by 6 p.m. Saturday, several organizations — notably the American Civil Liberties Union — obtained an emergency injunction from a federal judge in New York that halts enforcement of Trump’s order against those with valid visas.
The horde of protesters had gathered at the International Terminal, waving signs reading, “I Stand With Refugees” and “One Earth, One People, One Love.”
ISIS wins again.
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