SHOCK: CNN Didn’t Expect This Syrian Refugee to SAY THIS About Trump

SHOCK: CNN Didn’t Expect This Syrian Refugee to SAY THIS About Trump

The Left try to set narratives that keeping people in their own countries is a bad thing.

Thus, Leftists demonize President Trump’s travel ban.

Mother Jones had this to say about President Trump’s attack on a man who gassed his own citizens:

The graphic images of the youngest victims of the recent sarin attack on Khan Sheikoun, Syria, apparently prompted President Donald Trump to have a change of heart about the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. “I will tell you that attack on children yesterday had a big impact on me—big impact,” Trump said in the White House Rose Garden on Thursday. “My attitude toward Syria and Assad has changed very much.” In a statement last night, after he gave orders to strike the Syrian air base from which the chemical weapon attack originated, Trump said, “Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women, and children. It was a slow and brutal death for so many. Even beautiful babies were cruelly murdered in this very barbaric attack.”

Yet the Trump who fired 59 Tomahawk missiles into Syria out of professed humanitarian concerns is the same one who not so long ago insisted he could look Syrian children “in the face and say, ‘You can’t come here.'” A week into his presidency, he signed an executive order that would indefinitely ban Syrians, even beautiful babies, from seeking refuge in the United States.

There it is. Trump can’t possibly want to help children, when he won’t let them into the country.

The article continues to explain the so-called irony the of Trump’s compassion.

The irony of Trump’s sudden flare-up of compassion is not lost on the human rights advocates who have been pushing back against Trump’s attempt to shut out Syrians. “This would be a great opportunity for the president to reconsider his previous statements and to think about the fact that these refugees are fleeing precisely the type of violence we are seeing this week in Syria,” says Jennifer Sime, a senior vice president of the International Rescue Committee‘s United States programs. Trump’s newfound humanitarian concerns, Sime says, provides an opportunity “to reconsider the travel ban, to reconsider the cap on the total number of refugees who can enter this country, to reconsider the suspension on refugee resettlement in the United States, and to make our country again a welcoming country for refugees.”

First, you can bet that had Obama actually enforced his “red line,” the Left would be cheering the man.

More interesting is the Left’s narrative that the United States should take in people from around the world when brutal dictators strike. 

CNN interviewed a Syrian man on live TV. What he had to say shocked the CNN anchor.

It’s difficult to know what the right course of action is, given the fake news media. However, helping save children can’t be all bad.

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