The U.S. should look at Europe before advocating open borders

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President Trump took to Twitter on Friday morning to lambast the British authorities and call for a more restrictive travel ban to protect the American public against terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. His comments came in the wake of yet another terrorist bombing in Europe.

Around two dozen travelers were injured following the explosion of an improvised device which had been left on a London subway train during rush hour earlier on today.

“Another attack in London by a loser terrorist.These are sick and demented people who were in the sights of Scotland Yard. Must be proactive!” Mr. Trump wrote a few hours following the blast.

“The travel ban into the United States should be far larger, tougher and more specific-but stupidly, that would not be politically correct!” Mr. Trump also stressed shortly after. The Supreme Court will start reviewing the president’s travel restrictions on October 10 and, if the justices have any sense, they will back the president’s efforts to Make America Safe Again. Let’s not forget that the temporary travel restrictions the Trump administration is trying to put in place for national security reasons are not unconstitutional.


The terrorist threat is not the only issue associated with open borders and those advocating such policies should keep an eye on European news headlines.

A journalist recently revealed that Swedish authorities were unable to cope with the skyrocketing number of rapes in the country since the leftist government led by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven opened its borders to mass immigration a couple of years ago. It is also estimated that one in four women will be raped during their lifetime thanks to the open-border policy.

In 2015, some 2,000 ‘foreign’ men sexually assaulted around 1,200 women during a New Year’s Eve party in Cologne, Germany. Although the German authorities attempted to cover up the attacks, it was later revealed that these had been carried out by the very same refugees and immigrants German Chancellor Angela Merkel had cordially invited a few months before.

In France, there are hundred of no-go zones which even the police are too scared to enter. Although Muslims officially account for around 10 percent of the French population, around half of the prison inmates are Muslim according to recent estimates.

Of course, the majority of Muslim migrants refuse to assimilate once they reach their destination country. Quite the opposite in fact. The majority push for the implementation of Sharia law and Sharia courts within the no-go zones.

And that’s not what the American public wants.

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