Trump Tells US To Get Smart Before Things Get Worse As London Death Toll Rises

As the death toll in Great Britain continues to grow and terrorists become even more emboldened the liberal democrats and the liberal media continue to focus on things that mean nothing. President Trump withdrew America from the disastrous Paris Agreement and the liberals are aghast that the earths temperature may rise 1/10 of a degree by the year 2030. Their Holy Grail is Climate Change fostered by Junk Science when their total attention should be focused like a laser beam on world wide terrorism. President Trump is trying to do his primary job of protecting the citizens of America and the liberals are fighting him at every turn in the road. Liberal activist judges have time and again over stepped their Constitutional authority and blocked enforcement of the temporary immigration ban and enforcement of our national borders. The liberals have learned absolutely NOTHING from the terrorists attacks around the world and here in America. They are more worried about offending someone that dead bodies in the streets of America.

Last night one again Great Britain was the recipient of yet another devastating terrorist attack and the liberals are still moaning about 1/10 of a degree of hypothetical temperature rise. Maybe they should read the real news from around the world and worry about the safety of American citizens.

President Donald Trump warned Sunday morning that the situation will get worse if the U.S. does not wise up and take steps to improve domestic security.

Three terrorists attacked London Saturday night by plowing a van into a crowd of pedestrians on London Bridge, rushing into a popular market area, and stabbing innocent civilians. Authorities shot and killed the three attackers, but not before they killed four and wounded 48. An eyewitness told BBC reporters that the three attackers shouted “This is for Allah” as they stabbed people indiscriminately in Borough Market.

As the attacks unfolded, Trump was quick to call for courts to uphold the travel ban, a strategic plan to prevent terror-prone countries from exporting radical Islamic terrorism to the U.S.

The president tweeted Sunday that the U.S. should move past political correctness and focus on security.

Trump asked the Supreme Court Thursday to let the proposed travel ban take effect. While the Department of Justice argues that the travel ban is “lawful,” lower courts have repeatedly declared the restrictions unconstitutional. The president signed an executive order restricting travel for terror-prone countries one week after taking office, but a federal judge quickly blocked the move. The administration released a narrowed ban in March, but the courts also opposed that ban.

Those in opposition have often criticized the ban as a Muslim ban, although the order does not target Muslim populations in Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, and a number of other places. Instead, the proposed ban targets countries like Iran, Syria, and Somalia.

In response to the latest attacks in London, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said that “enough is a enough,” calling for people to eliminate extremism.

“There is, to be frank, far too much tolerance of extremism in our country,” she warned, further commenting that the extremists “are bound by a single evil ideology of Islamist extremism that preaches hatred and promotes sectarianism.”

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