28 October 2016 - 22:20
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RNA - Donald Trump, the number one front runner for the Republicans in the race for presidency of the United States, is officially calling for a complete and total shutdown of U.S. borders to any of the Muslim faith.

 

Trump is quoted as calling for a bar against "all Muslims from entering the United States.

 

Campaign press release from the Trump representative says Mr. Trump is "calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out, WHAT IS GOING ON".

 

Previously Trump called for surveillance of all mosques and said he is willing to establish a 'Data Base' for ANY AND ALL MUSLIMS living in the United States, in a call-in press release.

 

His controversial message came just in time to catch the tempo and beat of the mass media in their reporting of the mass shooting attack occuring in San Bernadino, California.

 

Trump's words came just a day following President Obama's open appeal to Americans not to turn against each other "out of fear".

 

Some feared Trump's statements and harsh treatment toward on faith group could harm his campaign, but as we can see now more Americans are getting caught up in his call to suspect anyone who might look or even sound like a "Muslim".

 

Some worried that Trump's opponents might call for an open debate as to whether or not America should empose a "religious test" for those desiring entrance into the United States.

 

However, his proposal for such mandates found an enthusiastic reception amongst many of his supporters, in spite of the fact that every step of the way, his ideas are in total contrast to the Bill of Rights to the Constitution of the United States.

 

A real display of approval was exhibited in social media, Facebook, Twitter and linkedin all indicated his harsh statements had found strong favor amongst his fans.

 

His recent rally, brought even more attention to his propositions against Muslims regardless of their nationality, race or commitment to any religious precepts.

 

Trump told critics, who questioned his motives and unconstitutional statements, in no uncertain terms - "I DON'T CARE"

 

"I think we should definitely disallow any Muslim from coming in. ANY OF THEM. The reason is simple: We can't identify what their attitude is", says C. Marzka of South Carolina, a firm supporter of Trump's ideology

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