“Trump’s order is a balm for Christians, not a ban on Muslims,” (Swain article re-blogged from CNN.Com)

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(CNN)Last Friday, President Trump signed an executive order titled: “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States.” In the following days, mass hysteria and an onslaught of misleading news reports have falsely depicted the President’s actions as an unconstitutional ban on Muslims entering the United States.

Those who object to the order have missed both the actual content of the executive order and the fact that the seven Muslim nations most affected — Iraq, Iran, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, and Yemen — were already identified when Congress passed the “Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015.” This act prevented nationals of these countries from traveling to the United States without visas. Muslims from other nations like Indonesia, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia are not subject to Trump’s 90-day restriction. Therefore, it is not a Muslim ban. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

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