Hawaii’s Bid to Challenge Trump’s Travel Ban Denied by Federal Court

Hawaii may be an exotic island paradise, but they are not only separated from the United States by miles of open ocean, they are also separated from reality, but that’s because they are run by ultra-liberals. If you recall, it was Hawaii that originally challenged and caused a block of Trump’s travel ban. They tried again to change the terms of the current travel ban, but were denied by a federal court.

U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson “denied an emergency motion filed by the State of Hawaii that would broaden the familial exceptions to President Trump’s travel ban” late Thursday, according to Hawaii News.

“In a motion filed by the state after the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated portions of the ban on June 26, Attorney General Doug Chin argued that the Trump administration wrongly excluded grandparents and other relatives from the list of family members who can obtain visas to travel to the United States,” Hawaii News reported:

Under the ban, people from the six Muslim-majority nations that are impacted by the ban who sought new visas need to have either a ‘close relationship’ with a family member – parent, spouse, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law or sibling – or an entity such as a business within the United States…

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At first, I was baffled by the absolute disregard for national security by liberal Democrats, until I realized that they are more concerned about recruiting illegal voters than they are about preserving the security and safety of our nation. What would explain their reasons for fighting against a travel ban, securing our border, building a border fence and deporting illegal aliens?




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