SHOCK REPORT: 72 Convicted Terrorists Have Come From Countries On The Travel Ban List!

Report Reveals 72 Convicted Terrorists Are From Travel Ban Countries

A report released on Saturday reveals that 72 immigrants have been convicted of terrorism from countries on the Travel Ban list since 2001. The report is detailed from the Washington Examiner and shows a stark contrast to the claims made by the Ninth Circuit Court which ruled that there is “no evidence” those countries have produced a terrorist.

The Center for Immigration Studies broke down the numbers from the report released in 2016 by Senators Ted Cruz and Jeff Sessions which The Gateway Pundit reported on earlier today.

The United States has admitted terrorists from all of the seven dangerous countries:

  • Somalia: 20
  • Yemen: 19
  • Iraq: 19
  • Syria: 7
  • Iran: 4
  • Libya: 2
  • Sudan: 1
  • Total: 72

 

From The Center For Immigration Studies:

Thirty-three of the 72 individuals from the seven terror-associated countries were convicted of very serious terror-related crimes, and were sentenced to at least three years imprisonment. The crimes included use of a weapon of mass destruction, conspiracy to commit a terror act, material support of a terrorist or terror group, international money laundering conspiracy, possession of explosives or missiles, and unlawful possession of a machine gun.

This is the complete opposite of what the mainstream media has been reporting. For example, recently a CNN analyst said that there have been no terror attacks from individuals from the seven countries on the Travel Ban list since the 1970’s.

 

Follow Ryan Saavedra On Twitter @NewsRevoltRyan

Comments

As a privately owned web site, we reserve the right to edit or remove comments that contain spam, advertising, vulgarity, threats of violence, racism, anti-Semitism, or personal/abusive attacks on other users. The same applies to trolling, the use of multiple aliases, or just generally being a jerk. Enforcement of this policy is at the sole discretion of the site administrators and repeat offenders may be blocked or permanently banned without warning