Americans Don’t Have Any Right to Block Islamic Immigration, Says Tim Kaine

Americans Don’t Have Any Right to Block Islamic Immigration, Says Tim Kaine During VP Debate

– Breitbart

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Americans do not have any right to stop Islamic immigration into the United States, the Democratic vice-presidential candidate said Tuesday night.

“Hillary and I will do immigration enforcement and we’ll vet refugees based on whether they’re dangerous or not,” Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine said at the Virginia vice-presidential debate.  “We won’t do it based on discriminating against you from the country you come from or the religion that you practice,” he said, in a reference to Donald Trump’s broad opposition to Islamic immigration. 

“Discriminating” against Islamic believers “is completely antithetical to the Jeffersonian values,” Kaine claimed. 

The claim matches a September tweet from the Clinton campaign, which suggested that foreign Muslims have a right to immigrate into the United States. “

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No Tim Kaine, Americans Absolutely Have a Right to Block Islamic Immigration

– Townhall

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“During Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate, Democratic running mate Tim Kaine reenforced Hillary Clinton’s argument that it is against Jeffersonian and American values to reject Islamic immigrants and that they also have an inherent right to become Americans.

Wrong.

No where in the constitution does it say that people who are not Americans have aright to become Americans, or have a right to even enter the borders of United States.  Congress has the ultimate authority to set laws on immigration. Just how Congress can enact Obamacare, welfare, gun bans, and social security, Congress has full discretion over immigration.

During the debate, Kaine said “Discriminating” against Islamic believer “is completely antithetical to the Jeffersonian values.”

Wrong.

According to a recent poll regarding a temporary ban on Islamic immigration, 50 percent of Americans voted in favor of the plan.

Thomas Jefferson wrote extensively on immigration in the “Notes on the State of Virginia,” and not in the open-minded ‘Jeffersonian value‘ ways that Kaine cites.  In fact, Jefferson’s ideas sound more like Trump’s ideas on immigration.

The first consideration in immigration is the welfare of the receiving nation. In a new government based on principles unfamiliar to the rest of the world and resting on the sentiments of the people themselves, the influx of a large number of new immigrants unaccustomed to the government of a free society could be detrimental to that society. Immigration, therefore, must be approached carefully and cautiously.

Yet from such we are to expect the greatest number of emigrants. They will bring with them the principles of the governments they leave, imbibed in their early youth; or, if able to throw them off, it will be in exchange for an unbounded licentiousness, passing, as is usual, from one extreme to another. It would be a miracle were they to stop precisely at the point of temperate liberty. These principles, with their language, they will transmit to their children. In proportion to their numbers, they will share with us the legislation. They will infuse into it their spirit, warp and bias its directions, and render it a heterogeneous, incoherent, distracted mass.

I may appeal to experience, during the present contest, for a verification of these conjectures. But, if they be not certain in event; are they not possible, are they not probable? Is it not safer to wait with patience 27 years and three months longer, for the attainment of any degree of population desired or expected? May not our government be more homogeneous, more peaceable, more durable? Suppose 20 millions of republican Americans thrown all of a sudden into France, what would be the condition of that kingdom? If it would be more turbulent, less happy, less strong, we may believe that the addition of half a million of foreigners to our present numbers would produce a similar effect here.

Don’t like Jefferson and his ideas?  Okay, then argue with our first president, George Washington.

My opinion, with respect to emigration, is, that except of useful mechanics, and some particular descriptions of men or professions, there is no need of encouragement : while the policy or advantage of its taking place in a body (I mean the settling of them in a body) may be much questioned; for, by so doing, they retain the Language, habits and principles (good or bad) which they bring with them.

At at the end of the day, Jeffersonian values remain the same.  His society uproots privilege, degrades government, empowers the individual, and diffuses establishments throughout civilization.  That means you Tim Kaine. You represent a government gone mad and you’ve made your living off the backs of the American people, taxing them to pay your salary.  From your high and mighty throne, do not ever tarnish the name of Thomas Jefferson by using him as a disposable tool to force your big government agenda.”

…Continue reading @ Townhall

 

Aussie Imam Beaten With Shoe in TV Row Over Islamic Veils for Women

– Breitbart

An Australian imam was attacked and beaten with a shoe live on Egyptian television after he suggested Islamic women should not be forced to wear a veil in public.

Sydney-based Mostafa Rashid was debating the issue of female dress codes under Islam when his opponent, Egyptian lawyer Nabih al-Wahsh, took off his shoe and chased him around the studio, all the while beating him around the head with his footwear.”

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Tim Kaine’s Long, Deep Relationship With Radical Islam

– the Federalistpapers.org

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“We all know that Democrats have some pretty nefarious political connections … but for Heaven’s sake, why did Hillary have to pick someone with such deep Islamist connections as Tim Kaine?

The Virginia senator has a long history of embracing radical Islam.

He appointed a Hamas supporter to a state immigration commission, once spoke at a dinner honoring a Muslim Brotherhood terrorist suspect and has received many donations from well-known Islamist groups.

Back in 2007, Breitbart reports, then-Governor Kaine chose Muslim American Society (MAS) President Esam Omeish to the state’s Immigration Commission. It was an appointment so controversial that even a Muslim group against radical Islam criticized the appointment and lack of vetting.

In 2008, federal court filings found that MAS was “founded as the overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in America.”

In the second example of Kaine’s deep connections with Radical Islam, he spoke at a 2011 dinner honoring Jamal Barzinji, the “Founding father of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood.”

Barzinji has been on the FBI’s radar since 1987, when an informant told them that Barzinji was part of a network of brotherhood fronts to “institute the Islamic Revolution in the United States.”

Barzinji played a major role in nearly every Brotherhood front in the U.S. and was vice president of the International Institute of Islamic Thought, which came under terrorism investigation also. Barzinji’s group was so close to Palestinian Islamic Jihad operative Sami Al-Arian that IIIT’s President considered his group and Al-Arian’s to be essentially one entity.

Finally there’s the money … Barzinji’s organization, IIIT, donated $10,000 to an organization, New Dominion PAC, that gave $43,050 to Kaine’s bid for governor between 2003 and 2005.”

….Continue reading @ the Federalist Papers

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