President Trump has discharged his refreshed travel boycott and it seems to be lawfully impenetrable.

The State of Hawaii has recorded a claim against the reconsidered Middle Eastern displaced person boycott, yet it’s probably not going to be fruitful. In 2015, Hawaii resettled only FIVE evacuees and none of them were from the six nations on the boycott list. Difficult to demonstrate that Hawaii was adversely influenced by the request…

Presently, the DOJ is documenting movements to reject the many claims against the old request. In any case, lo and observe, another challenger has risen. The United Nations Human Rights Commission is meeting in secret to discuss whether to pursue the United States for disregarding universal law.That’s correct. There are civil servants in the UN considering suing the United States and compelling us to acknowledge evacuees and displaced people..

Furthermore, the greatest slap in the face is that this entire claim is being financed with our expense dollars!

Enough of this babble. Send your dire FaxBlast to Congress and DEMAND they pass Ted Cruz’s enactment to defund the UN for the last time!

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Jordanian Prince Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, the present UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, pronounced that President Trump’s arrangements are “in break of global law, whenever attempted without fair treatment ensures, including singular appraisal.”