Two anti-Trump organizations filed a lawsuit Monday arguing that a government report earlier this year linking immigrants to most of the country’s terrorism cases since 2001 is so misleading that it violates federal law.
There are so many groups that are anti-Trump this one is being brought to the reader’s attention because the law suits are being filed by Muslims.
Most people are completely unaware that according to the Qur’an there are 532 situations where “Non-terrorist,” Muslims are required to inflict punishment upon the unbeliever. (Source)
An excellent place to start would be for ICE and other law enforcement agencies to begin checking on their status.
U.S. Citizens could be watched and likely would not be deported.
Those in the United States illegally, or with expired work visas must be removed from our shores.
To be sure, ISIS efforts are just the part of the problem, other Muslim groups are in a constant recruitment mode. (Source)
Let’s not forget the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR, AMSA, and Al Qaeda to name several. (Source)
To be sure, their recruitment efforts are not focused on the U.S. but world-wide.
Only the completely naive and easily brainwashed would follow the commands of a false prophet.
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Aftermath of the truck attack which killed eight in Manhattan on Tuesday October 31, 2017.
The terror attack was perpetrated by Sayfullo Saipov, originally from Uzbekistan. (Photo: DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images)
The request seeks to recruit federal judges to police the accuracy of the administration, in what — if it’s successful — could become a model for anti-Trump groups to push back on a president they see as having a tenuous connection to the truth.
The January report concluded that 73 percent of the 549 people convicted of international terrorism between 2001 and 2016 were foreign-born.
Activists were infuriated by the report at the time, and now two groups — Muslim Advocates and Democracy Forward — have sued, saying the investigation “misleadingly inflates the threat they pose to the United States,” and “inaccurately” focuses on Muslims.
“The report perpetuates the ongoing stigmatization of immigrants and Muslims by the administration,” the groups said.
“For example, the Trump administration has used the report to justify its sweeping ban on the entry of nationals from six Muslim-majority countries into the United States.
It has also specifically tied the report’s findings to its calls for an end to the issuance of diversity and family reunification visas, which would have a significant negative impact on Muslim immigrants.”
At stake is the Information Quality Act, which lays out the goal of government information being accurate, and creates a process for the public to demand corrections, with the agencies required to respond to those requests within 60 days.