Recently, there have been a lot of arguments going around that the United States is a country of immigrants and as such, all immigrants should be welcomed with open arms.
While part of this is true, we are a nation of immigrants, there are certain people that should NOT be allowed in with open arms. Before you say I’m crazy, let’s take a look at these people. There are groups of people that want to do harm to Americans and our way of life. (These people were wanting to harm us long before President Trump.) They have been training to kill us, to take out our infrastructure, and to basically force us to see the world through their eyes and their religions.
No, not all people from outside the U.S. are like this. Not even all people from certain countries are like this. However, there are many who are, and who will think nothing of killing those that do not agree with them. These people have killed thousands of their own countrymen, because they believed differently than they do. This includes other parts of their own religion.
Now if a person, or group of people, are willing to kill their own, what makes anyone think that they wouldn’t be willing to come here and do the same to us?
For anyone who has never been to these countries that are being looked at for the “Muslim Ban”, which is in reality a “Country Ban”, the ability to perform background checks is highly impeded by the lack of a dependable record keeping system. They lack the ability to verify the true birth date, birth place, place of work, place of school, or even where someone actually lived. In order to do this, these countries must send actual PEOPLE with photographs of the person in question and actually talk to the local population to verify the identity and beliefs of the person(s) asking for admittance into our country.
The process here in the U.S. takes days, weeks, and sometimes months to complete and we have extensive documentation of our citizens. The lack of these databases in third world countries can only hinder the process and make it take even more time. Time which I feel should be spent, to verify that a person is who they say they are.
If a person is truly wanting to come to the U.S. they should be willing to uphold and support those checks to prove themselves worthy of coming over and living our way of life.