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Muslim Americans Fire Back: Liberals are WRONG, Trump is RIGHT!

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President Trump is getting support from unexpected quarters regarding his new restrictions on immigration from certain Muslim countries.

Liberals everywhere are losing their minds. But not a few actual Muslims are saying Trump is absolutely right to do what he’s doing.

So, why is anyone listening to these liberal nutjobs who are just trying to advance their anti-Trump agenda? We should be asking local Muslims what they think.

That exactly what Independent Journal Review did. And the responses were nothing short of surprising.

Gun-toting, American-flag wearing Jay Smith said:

“If these people [LIBERALS] really wanted to make a difference, they can become mommies and daddies in refugee camps in Syria or Iraq. Spend time with the people who truly are in need of help.

“For years President Obama bombed countries in the Middle East, and I didn’t see them protesting. It’s incredibly hypocritical to be doing what they’re doing now.

“And they cry racism. As a Muslim-American, I’ve never missed any opportunities because of my ethnic background, religion, or skin color. I’d have just as much of a chance as any white American or any American in general. So has my family.”

Jay Smith agrees with Trump

Proud Trump-supporter Karim Elsayed responded:

“It’s not a Muslim ban. If it was really a Muslim ban, he would have banned immigration from Indonesia, the country with the highest population of Muslims. The seven countries listed were in Obama’s Terrorist Travel Prevention Act.

“There isn’t an actual basis for these protests. It’s more political than anything else, pushing a narrative, and being upset that a Republican is in the White House.”

Karim Elsayed agrees with Trump

And finally, here’s US Army veteran Mohammed Shaker:

“As long as they’re not violent, I don’t care about people protesting. Protest all you want. These protests are stupid, though. It’s hypocritical that they didn’t protest all of Obama’s action in the Middle East.”

Shaker, who served in Iraq, related from personal experience precisely why President Trump’s new restrictions are necessary:

“I helped train Iraqi soldiers, and not everyone was trustworthy. I remember an Iraqi officer who was trying to get me to tell him where a sensitive location was. A lot of our equipment was in that location. …I could understand why there could be questions about where peoples’ loyalty lies.”

Mohammed Shaker agrees with Trump

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