After London attack, Trump calls for courts to ‘give us back our rights’ and reinstate travel ban

Donald Trump has never had an issue with calling a spade a spade, so when news of the attacks in London broke out on Saturday it was no surprise to see the president retweeting a Drudge Report headline that mentioned fears of a terror attack, fully an hour before official confirmation came from U.K. authorities.

https://twitter.com/DRUDGE_REPORT/status/871126902467051520

Then, an hour later, the president called for the courts to “give us back our rights” and reinstate his travel ban from certain unstable, terrorist-hotspot Muslim-majority countries.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/871143765473406976

“We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!” Trump tweeted, reasoning that importing fewer people from countries that hate us couldn’t possibly hurt and might even save lives down the road.

It’s hard to argue with his logic unless you’re a liberal hell-bent on turning America into the Third World hellhole that Europe is becoming, all for the sake of cheap labor and Democratic votes.

Trump’s last Saturday tweet on the issue said, “whatever the United States can do to help out in London and the U.K., we will be there.”

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/871145660036378624

Trump’s tweets drew plenty of support from the right…

And strong, irrational reactions from the left, mostly accusing Trump of using the attacks for political purposes:

https://twitter.com/passantino/status/871144276683481088

This argument is particularly rich… So, Muslims come to the West, breed, and suddenly the terrorism is “homegrown.” So the liberal answer, of course, is to allow in more, as many as possible. Then, the terror their descendants create can be “homegrown” too!

Stay classy, Holly.

Tin foil hats, anyone?

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