Many think that the Trump travel ban is a 1st Amendment issue

What is the real reason that liberals are fighting the Travel Ban Executive Order by President Donald Trump? There are some that think that it is a religion issue, but they would be wrong. Others think that it would be a racial issue but religion is not a race. So, then, what is the real issue? The ACLU just told the 4th Circuit that if Hillary had issued the order it would have been constitutional. WHAT?!  This proves that it is all being done to defy and deny President Trump.

As Written By John Daniel Davidson for The Federalist:

President Trump’s executive order on immigration was back in federal court on Monday. This time around, the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in the Trump administration’s appeal of a ruling that blocked the travel ban. Next Monday, the Ninth Circuit will hear a separate appeal related to the order.

The White House has maintained that a temporary ban on entry from six Muslim-majority countries is needed for national security reasons. Detractors say the ban is meant to target Muslims, and point to statements Trump made on the campaign trail last year calling for “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.” Therefore, the argument goes, the executive order amounts to religious discrimination and violates the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause.

The 13-judge en banc panel of the Fourth Circuit appeared to take this argument seriously on Monday, with one judge asking if there was “anything other than willful blindness” that should prevent the court from considering Trump’s comments.

Since this issue isn’t going away any time soon, let’s get something straight: the executive order does not violate the Establishment Clause, and in fact has nothing………


Trump’s Travel Ban Has Nothing To Do With The First Amendment

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