As Sarah Palin desperately tries to stay relevant, she proves that she is not. Now that her PAC doesn’t exist and she can’t afford “consultants” to write for her, we witness first-hand the decimation of the English Language by Sarah Palin. If it was just a Tweet or post to her Facebook, we’d realize that there was nobody checking what Sarah wrote. However it’s Breitbart that featured a piece written by Palin, defending Trump’s ban on Muslim immigration. Featuring a title of “Fake News on Steroids” Palin said:
“The misinformed are ballistically knee-jerking because they aren’t used to candidates fulfilling campaign promises. Perhaps it’s shocking because we’re used to swamp dwellers murkying up the waters once typical politicians get elected, but that’s exactly why a typical politician wasn’t elected. The status quo has got to go.”
At the outset, this is not “fake” news. Trump did sign an Executive Order that prevented immigration of Muslims from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. The exception to the executive order is that Christians trying to immigrate from these countries are allowed into the United States. Hence, the law is unconstitutional on its face because the decision to allow immigrants to enter is based on religious affiliation.
President Trump’s executive order banning immigrants from 7 predominantly Muslim countries went into effect Friday night. Refugees who were in the air, flying to the U.S., were stopped and detained upon arrival.
Trump’s order prevents all refugees from entering the U.S. for 120 days. It also suspends admission of Syrian refugees indefinitely. As of now, it is unclear how many refugees and immigrants are being detained under Trump’s executive order. Several legal complaints have been filed, among them complaints from the ACLU and the International Refugee Assistance Project.
Google has recalled its travelling staff members back to the US after Trump issued the order. Google said it is concerned about the order and any measures which could block great talent from the US, reported the BBC on Saturday.