#Californians continue to fight to allow more terror #Islamics into the U.S.

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Two days after the Supreme Court allowed President Trump to enforce his travel ban, a federal appeals court appeared skeptical that it complied with the law.

During a hearing in Seattle before a three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, a lawyer for the Trump administration argued the revised ban issued in September was based on careful study and tailored toward specific conditions in various countries.

Hashim M. Mooppan, arguing for the Trump administration, noted the ban allows for waivers and must be reviewed every 180 days.

“The restrictions are not one-size-fits-all,” he said during the videotaped hearing, which was streamed live on the 9th Circuit website.

The ban blocks visitors and immigrants from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen and North Korea and limits travel for some officials from Venezuela.

The three 9th Circuit judges, who previously struck down an earlier version of the ban, appeared dubious of several of the government’s arguments, including a contention that the court had only limited power to review Trump’s action.

The hearing primarily focused on whether the ban violated a 1965 immigration law that prohibited discrimination based on nationality.

Los Angeles Times

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One comment

  1. Thye federal law says very cleaqrly.. the President on his SOLE aurthority alone, can block anyone or grps from entering Americ for as long has he wants.. It has NOTHING to do with discriminatrion except allow killers into the country. I’m sick of these wack job obama and klintoon judges allowing killers into. America, like any country has the ability to set it’s laws despite the Open Border and One worlders.. This will eventually go back to the Supremes and Trump will win again.

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