Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Donald Trump's Muslim Vetting Plan

As Donald Trump has recently repeated his position that he wants to have a "temporary ban on all Muslims entering the United States until we can figure out what the hell is going on", Tales is repeating this post from 6 months ago, where "the Tales" had exclusively obtained Donald Trump's ingenious method of determining who is and who is not a Muslim.

Donald Trump's Muslim Vetting Plan - Dec. 10, 2015: 
Let me make it clear that I am against any Syrian refugees entering our country, until and unless we can find some way to adequately vet them to make sure that terrorist plants won't be among the refugees we would accept.  I don't believe [at least for now] that is possible.  I don't even even accept Obama's demagoguery that we [Republicans who oppose his plan to accept 10,000 refugees in 2016] are evil because we don't even want to let woman and children in-I think we have to look no further than the Pakistan terrorist,Tashfeen Malik, who in spite of being a woman and having a young child, committed her evil act of carnage terror on innocent Americans.  I did this spoof post here on how Barack Obama planned to vet the refugees because I think it is ridiculous to believe that we can adequately do it.

Now, this is different than what Donald Trump proposes, as he is not talking about a vetting process to keep terrorists out of our country, but a vetting process to keep all Muslims out of our country [his proposal].  And how exactly will "the Donald" determine who is a Muslim and who is not?  

Well now, he gives a straight forward answer when being interviewed on the MSNBC Joe Scarborough, "Morning Joe" show when Willie Geist asked the key question to Trump [Dec. 7, 2015]:  

So, now we find out Trump's [the great deal maker, the man we must trust as he can do it better than anyone else, the man who will make America great again] ingenious plan to determine who is a Muslim, and therefore cannot come in this country, and who is not a Muslim, and therefore can come in this country:

Once again I must echo those legendary words from the late congressman James Traficant:  "Beam me up, Scotty." 

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