Why the Courts Will EVENTUALLY Rule in Favor of the “Travel Ban”

February 7, 2017

Because, if they don’t, every time there’s a terrorist attack, Trump will blame them. Individual judges might want to take on this risk, but not the entire judiciary. It may take weeks or even months, but the “travel ban” will eventually be upheld.

5 Responses to Why the Courts Will EVENTUALLY Rule in Favor of the “Travel Ban”

  1. IOKIYAR on February 7, 2017 at 5:52 am

    Unless, of course, the terrorists come from a country Trump has business ties left off the ban list. Though we now have “alternative facts” to deal with that little inconvenience. So maybe you’re right.

    • Earl on February 7, 2017 at 9:10 am


      Left wing drones leave out the fact that the 7 country list was actually generated by the Obama administration. Somewhat of an inconvenient fact…so liberals choose to ignore it in order to demagogue the issue. Which is actually what one could expect from the lying left.


      The Dems continue to be the party of the perpetually aggrieved.

      • Andy in SC on February 7, 2017 at 9:24 am

        ^ IOKIYAR/pluto is a willfully-blind leftist drone who ignores
        all inconvenient FACTS to screech his unhinged T.D.S. idiocy

        These mindless drones are to be mocked and ridiculed

      • IOKIYAR on February 7, 2017 at 9:45 am

        Uh-huh. And yet the EO specifically cites the WTC attacks, yet Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, and Lebanon are not on that list. Why is that, sunshine?

        • Andy in SC on February 8, 2017 at 3:49 am

          ^ clearly didn’t read Earl’s link and, even if he did, his idiotic comment just PROVES reading comprehension is not the unhinged troll’s strength.

          Tsk tsk tsk