According to the GatewayPundit, former President Trump made a significant appearance at the Republican Jewish Coalition Leadership Summit, using his platform to draw a distinct contrast between his policies and those of the open border Democrats. He emphasized the Democratic Party’s alignment with what he described as radical elements, pointing out the contentious vote by ten House Democrats against a resolution condemning the Israel raid.
Expressing his concerns about the State Department’s admission of what he referred to as “colossal amounts of jihadists” into various American communities, campuses, and refugee programs, Trump cited the resulting large-scale demonstrations in cities like New York and Chicago. He expressed a strong opposition to the increased influx of such individuals, emphasizing the need to prevent their entry into the country.
Drawing parallels to Europe, Trump cautioned against a similar scenario in the United States, highlighting instances in London and Paris to underscore his point. Asserting his vision for a restored national greatness, Trump pledged to put an end to what he labeled as the widespread importation of anti-Semitism. Additionally, he emphasized his commitment to keeping individuals he considered to be radical elements out of the country, reflecting on the success of the earlier implemented travel ban during his presidency.
During his speech, Trump emphasized the significance of stringent ideological screenings for prospective immigrants, outlining specific criteria that would result in the denial of entry into the United States, including a strong aversion to the nation, a desire to abolish Israel, or sympathy toward the groups he had mentioned earlier.
The State Department, which is admitting colossal amounts of jihadists into our communities and campuses and in our refugee programs. That’s why you see all of these big demonstrations in New York and Chicago. Nobody can believe what’s taking place. They’re letting them in at levels that nobody’s ever seen before. We cannot allow that to happen.
And we don’t want to be like Europe with jihadists on every corner. That’s what happens. I mean, we’re going to be like Europe. You take a look at London, you take a look at Paris, you take a look at what’s going on over there. We want to be the United States of America, and we want to make our country great again.
Right now, we don’t have a great country. We have a laughingstock as president. I will end once and for all the mass importation of anti-Semitism into the United States. And just as I did before, we will keep radical Islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. We’re going to keep them out of our country.
We were keeping them out. We were keeping them out. You remember the travel ban? On day one, I will restore our travel ban. We had a travel ban because we didn’t want people coming into our country who really love the idea of blowing our country up.
Let’s blow up our streets and our shopping centers and our people. So I instituted what we called the Trump travel ban, and it was an amazing success. It was suspended immediately upon his coming into office. And I never talked about this for four years. I never mentioned it.
We didn’t have one incident in four years because we kept bad people the hell out of our country. We kept them out. We didn’t have one, not one instance. I didn’t want to say it during the four years because I didn’t want to walk out of the speech and have something happen. Right?
I’ll also be implementing strong ideological screenings for all immigrants coming in. If you hate America, if you want to abolish Israel, if you sympathize with jihadists, then we don’t want you in our country, and you’re not going to be getting into our country.