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Freedom

Judge Napolitano Explains the Supreme Court’s Preliminary Ruling in Favor of Trump’s Travel Ban

June 26, 2018 Fox News 0

Judge Napolitano says that the Supreme Court that validated President Trump’s travel ban that affects people from Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. Chad was dropped from the list in April. He said that this reaffirms Trump’s absolute right to exclude people or groups from certain areas from immigrating to the US. The case will be referred back to Hawaii, as they accused Trump of discrimination against Muslims, while he was a candidate, but they will not be allowed to use Trump’s words before the election.

Kakistocracy

Tommy Robinson Still in Prison while Muslim Activist who Beat Policeman at Rally Is Set Free

June 18, 2018 Breitbart 1

London: A Muslim activist, Omar Mohamad, was set free by a judge, despite striking a police officer in the face with his walking stick while protesting a rally demanding the release of activist Tommy Robinson, who is known for exposing Muslim rape grooming gangs. Justice is skewed, as the violent Muslim man was set free while Tommy has been sentenced to two 13-month terms to be served consecutively for non-violent contempt of court convictions, imposed for reporting on grooming gang trials.

Globalism

Migrant Grooming Gangs in Holland Are Preying on Dutch Girls

May 25, 2018 Breitbart 1

Each year, about 1,400 underage Dutch girls are blackmailed into sex slavery by young migrants, known as ‘loverboys’, who charm the teens into becoming sex partners, photograph them and then coerce them into prostitution. The men are mostly Moroccans, Turks, Caribbeans, and Roma. The vulnerable girls often come from an unstable home of lower social class. Police, social workers and charities ignore the problem out of fear of being called racist, as most grooming gangs are Muslim migrants.

Other

Indonesia: Entire Family of Suicide Bombers Blow Up Three Christian Churches

May 14, 2018 Daily Caller 0

Indonesia: ISIS claimed responsibility for members of a family, including pre-teen girls, blowing up three Christian churches, killing at least 10 people. The father was reported to be the leader of a local terrorist cell who blew up a Pentecostal church, two male teenagers blew themselves up at Saint Mary Immaculate Catholic Church and, in the third bombing, the mother and two daughters, ages 9 and 12, detonated suicide vests at another Christian church.