Supreme Court Is Ready To Revive The Travel Ban

President Donald Trump promised to solve the problem with terrorists, and he was on a good way of accomplishing his promise. Terrorism turned into a global issue, but most world leaders failed to handle the problem. We’ve witnessed the terrorist attacks in Europe. Now the Supreme Court brought a new decision, and Democrats hate it.

The US Supreme Court gave President Donald Trump a second chance, and it’s ready to revive parts of the President’s travel ban which involves citizens from six countries.

Democrats said that the travel ban is nothing but a pure act of discrimination. They didn’t support the President, and even blocked his decision to bar Muslims from seven countries. We know that the new decision of the Supreme Court will infuriate Democrats, but it was about time that someone does something to help President Donald Trump.

The President knew that the travel ban would prevent any further terrorist attacks, but his words were ignored. The Supreme Court brought the right decision at the right time. The decision was confirmed on the last day of the Court’s term, and justices will now discuss over the oral arguments provided during the next term. It will start in October, and justices will decide whether the travel ban fits lawful criteria.

According to President Trump, this decision is “a clear victory for our national security.”

“As president, I cannot allow people into our country who want to do us harm. I want people who can love the United States and all of its citizens, and who will be hardworking and productive,” the president said.

President Trump issued the travel ban with the only purpose to protect the country and people who live in it. He barred citizens from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. The 120-day block was supposed to repel terrorists, but Democrats blocked it. We can only imagine their reaction on the decision brought by the US Supreme Court.

What do you think about this? Do you think this will change the current situation in the country? How will this decision affect the Democrats’ response to the travel ban?

(h/t Reuters)