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SCOTUS allows some limits on travel from some Muslim countries (those which no terrorist has ever attacked the US)

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In the meantime, travel from Saudi Arabia (home to 15 of 19 9/11 terrorists) is not restricted at all.

What’s weird is that the decision is now beside the point, or should be. The idea of the restriction was to allow the Trump Administration to define extreme vetting procedures, which they said would take at the most 120 days. That time has long since expired, so no travel ban is needed since presumably the new vetting procedures are in place—except, of course, they’re not: the Trump Administration can’t get anything done due to a bad combination of infighting and incompetence.

NY Times report here.

Written by LeisureGuy

26 June 2017 at 9:12 am

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