MD Travel Ban Judge Might Order Trump to Take In 50,000 Poorly Vetted Refugees

MD Travel Ban Judge Might Order Trump to Take In 50,000 Poorly Vetted Refugees

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Judge Theodore Chuang, the son of Taiwanese immigrants, is the other judge who ruled against Trump’s travel restriction. His ruling followed that of the judge in Hawaii. Both were appointed by Barack Obama to a lifetime on the bench, both are activists.

A veteran of President Obama’s Department of Homeland Security, he has worked almost exclusively for the government. He is considering ordering Trump to take in another 50,000 refugees because the UK-based Middle East Association and  HIAS Inc want it.

These organizations have agendas that are not good for traditional America but they are good for the hard left and sharia-adherents.

Chuang has a history of some obstructionism according to Senator Grassley.

During Chuang’s confirmation hearing, Senator Grassley accused Chuang of frustrating Congressional efforts to investigate the death of the U.S. ambassador in Benghazi, Libya, while he was serving on a special assignment at the State Department, Heavy reported.

“His job at the State Department was to provide legal guidance and manage the department’s responses to the congressional investigation into the terrorist attack,” Republican Senator Chuck Grassley said in a statement. “For months, the State Department ignored congressional inquiries. That forced the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee to issue subpoenas in August 2013[…]

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