New York Senators Chuck Schumer and Kristen Gillibrand were two of the more vocal opponents of President Trump’s travel ban. I mean, it’s wasn’t an actual travel ban (see Trey Gowdy SCHOOLS 9th Circuit Court Over Illegal Immigration, ‘Travel Ban’ and The Muslim Countries Trump Wants to ‘Ban’? They Were Obama’s Idea), but that’s beside the point. The point is that a Muslim athlete they helped get a visa repaid them… by sexually assaulting a 12-year old.
The US embassy in New Delhi rejected Tanveer Hussain’s application for a visa so he could compete in the World Snowshoe Championship last month, Fox News reported.
Local officials then appealed for help to Schumer and Gillibrand, and their offices reached out to the New Delhi embassy, which let Hussain successfully reapply for a visa.
Saranac Lake Police Chief Charles Potthast said Hussain, 24, was charged with first-degree sexual abuse, a felony, and endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor, for “engaging in a passionate kiss” with a 12-year-old girl. He was also accused of touching her over her clothing in an “intimate area,” the network reported.
That’s the shot. Now here’s the chaser…
The visa denial happened around the same time President Donald Trump issued an order barring travel into the U.S. from seven countries. India was not one of them, but many local people associated the two developments and went out of their way to welcome these Muslim foreigners, who arrived Feb. 23.
Again, people don’t support a temporary ban (that wasn’t a ban) because GRRRRR…FOREIGNERS! It’s because people see what happened in Europe (see 9 Iraqi ‘Asylum-Seekers’ Gang Raped Austrian Woman and Officials Tell Sex Attack Victims Migrants Were ‘Just Showing Interest’) and want that to not happen America. By vetting people who come into our country. It’s not ISLAMOPHOBIC to read the news and say, “I think we have a problem. Let’s discuss.”
Here’s a question for Senators Schumer and Gillibrand… do they NOW think President Trump may have had a point? Does either Senator feel any guilt? Who do they care about more, the sexual deviant or the 12-year-old girl scarred for life?
Both questions, of course, are rhetorical.