To The Daily Sun,
An open letter to President Trump:
Rogue Judges and self-interested plaintiffs have blocked your efforts to protect American lives and our benevolent society. Those judges and plaintiffs are allowing people, who cannot be reliably vetted to exclude terrorists, to come from terrorist havens and live in our country.
These judges and plaintiffs expect that inadequately vetted immigrants and refugees won't settle in or near their wealthy neighborhoods. They are confident they aren't risking the lives of their families and friends, but they willingly risk the lives of the Americans who live in the neighborhoods where the inadequately vetted people will settle.
Americans have a right to believe that all foreigners who come to live in our country are peaceful, will assimilate, and want to positively contribute to our society.
But the European experience shows that un-vetted immigration and refugee resettlement result in riots, crimes, ingratitude, lack of assimilation, and demands on native people to conform to the cultures of the immigrants/refugees. It's clear that not all people are people of good will and many won't assimilate with Western culture.
We don't want Europe's experience repeated here. A thorough vetting process is needed and, by enabling trust, benefits both American citizens and the assimilation of our new residents.
As long as self-interested plaintiffs and rogue judges prevent you from adequately vetting people coming to our country, please make sure that these people settle in the neighborhoods of the self-interested plaintiffs and rogue judges. Hopefully there won't be any, but if terrorists or miscreants hide among these inadequately vetted immigrants and refugees, let their riots, rapes, killings, and other crimes occur in the neighborhoods of the plaintiffs and rogue judges who care so little about the lives of other Americans."
Readers, your lives and the lives of your families and friends have been put at risk by self-interested plaintiffs and rogue judges. Perhaps they will reconsider their actions if it's the lives of their family members and friends that are put at risk.
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