A leaked DHS document is at the center of Trump’s travel ban controversy.
Evidence that has been central to the two Federal judges instrumental in the March 15th revocation of President Trump’s travel ban was recently found to be false. The leaked Department of Homeland Security document first came to light via the Associated Press, where it was detailed in a February 24th article and has been cited as integral to the decision making process for the judges.
The most important thing to note regarding this new information is that the judges based their ruling on false information about the actual threat and risk that refugees pose in regards to national security. To compound the problem, the leaked document mentions nothing about the potential health risk refugees pose to the general public.
A completely different report compiled by Attorney General Jeff Sessions includes information that would have been more than relevant to the two impulsive judges, Theodore Chuang, federal judge for the District of Maryland and Derrick K. Watson, federal judge for the District of Hawaii. The pair blatantly missed information on two Islamic Somali refugees who committed acts of terror back in 2016. All of the information featured in the leaked document varies dramatically from the information AG Sessions had put together.
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