Friday, February 14, 2020

Trump Extends Travel Ban To California

February 21, 2020

News Services—

The Trump administration announced today that it is extending its current travel ban to California, making the erstwhile “Land of Milk and Honey” the first U.S. state to have stringent travel restrictions imposed on it. California joins Nigeria, Myanmar, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Sudan, Tanzania, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, North Korea and Venezuela on the list of states from which immigration is deemed too dangerous or problematic to be permitted. (Chad had been on the list but was recently removed due to good behavior.)

A high-level administration official, who wished to remain anonymous, said that Californians will no longer be allowed to seek refuge in any of the other 49 states “until the state gets its sh*t together,” noting the formerly Golden State’s high rates of poverty and drug abuse, feces-strewn streets, homeless camps, and prevalence of anti-American activities and policies. The official added, “It’s a rogue state, a ‘sanctuary state,’ it is dangerous, it may now harbor more criminals, idlers and radical Muslims from Sh*t-hole countries than the sh*t-hole countries themselves do.”

(As of this writing, President Trump is still pressing Congress for funds to build a “big, beautiful, border wall” around California, but Congress has, as yet, refused to grant the money.) 

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