President Trump RIPS Chuck Schumer After Latest Islamic Terrorist Attack
On Tuesday Islamist Sayfullo Saipov, a 29=year-old immigrant from Uzbekistan, murdered eight people in a truck attack in New York City.
Saipov entered the US under the “Diversity Visa program” in 2010.
The “Diversity VISA Program” is a lottery for individuals from nations with few immigrants in the U.S.
The immigration program was the brainchild of none other than Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).
As Josh Caplan previously reported Chuck Schumer worked alongside lobbyists to write the “Diversity VISA Program,” which would form the basis of the “Immigration Act of 1990.”
Crying Chuck Schumer wept for migrants in January.
Via the Numbers USA research report on the “Immigration Act of 1990”:
The Schumer proposal would have set aside 75,000 visas each year for a new category of “diversity immigrants.”112 Under this proposal, the world would be separated into “high-admission regions” and “low-admission regions,” within which would be “high-admission states” and “low-admission states.”[…] The regions used in the Schumer proposal were: 1) Africa; 2) Asia; 3) Europe; 4) North America, excluding Mexico; 5) Oceania; and 6) South America, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. […] Once the negotiators had reached an agreement that Sen. Simpson could live with, a conference committee was appointed. Within a four-day period, the conferees met, agreed and issued a report, and both the House and the Senate approved the final report.128 As passed, the Immigration Act of 1990129 included a Diversity Transition program that would allocate 40,000 visas per year in 1992, 1993 and 1994 to nationals of “adversely affected” countries, as defined by the 1986 diversity program.
On Wednesday morning President Donald Trump SLAMMED Senator Schumer over this reckless immigration plan.
“Senator Chuck Schumer helping to import Europes problems” said Col.Tony Shaffer. We will stop this craziness! @foxandfriends
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 1, 2017