When it comes to making America safe again, President Trump isn’t playing around. Shortly after issuing a ban on migrants coming from 7 terror hotbed-ridden countries, he’s putting the screws to Muslims yet again with a bold move.
Ninety men and 2 women were deported to Kenya’s capital Nairobi on Wednesday from the United States after spending time in detention centers and prisons as Trump begins to reform the American immigration system.
Government spokesman Eric Kiraithe said the deported included 90 Somali citizens and two Kenyan women, while adding he did not know why they had been deported. A security officer at the airport said the Somalis were then flown to Mogadishu, the Somali capital, while the Kenyans were released.
While the left is up in arms over the incident, Somalia’s ambassador to the United States, Ahmed Isse Awad, confirmed that the immigrants had requested the deportation from detention centers and prisons in the country.
“Most of them are people whose asylum cases [were] denied through [the] legal immigration process, and others broke the U.S. law and had received final orders for removal from courts in the United States,” he said.
The flight carrying the 86 men and four women landed at Mogadishu’s Aden Adde Airport after stopping in Nairobi to drop off two Kenyan deportees. It was not clear from where the flight originated or who had chartered the plane.
Mohamed Isma’il, a member of the staff at the airport, said a number of the deportees appeared gloomy and haggard.
“Some of them were happy and smiling, but most of them were very sad,” he said. “A few of them had bags with their belongings.”
According to the US Herald, America may have dodged a time bomb by deporting these illegal immigrants citing the growing number of crimes being committed by non-Americans.
One thing is for certain, Trump is not wasting any time completing his promised goals as president. It’s a refreshing sight to see a president actually keeping their campaign promises, but to see results in so many areas across the board within the first week is astounding.
H/T [US Herald]