Of course there’s a huge disconnect between the dem’s sudden concern for human rights and hysteria about Trump’s supposed racism, and their decades of funding and supporting one imperial adventure after another. Something doesn’t compute, unless you consider the decades-long bipartisan march toward global governance, of which the economic devastation being caused by the virus is one more step. The democrats are pursuing the shock doctrine for the USA, the only strategy that could force its population to kneel before the planetary overlords who own both parties and the MSM.
House Democrats have introduced legislation that would undo President Trump’s travel bans from coronavirus stricken areas, despite the fact that the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has said that the impact of the crisis would be much worse had the travel bans on China and Iran not been in place.
Democrats want to strip the President of the authority to implement the bans, introducing a bill titled the “No Ban Act,” which would allow travellers from Wuhan and other infected areas to keep arriving in the US unimpeded.
“This bill imposes limitations on the President’s authority to suspend or restrict aliens from entering the United States and terminates certain presidential actions implementing such restrictions,” the bill summary reads.
The legislation vaguely says that Trump should only be able to “issue a restriction when required to address a compelling government interest.”
The bill further declares that before any travel ban is imposed, the President would be mandated to “consult with Congress.”
Democratic Presidential contender Bernie Sanders also said this week that he would not impose any travel bans during the coronavirus crisis.
The action flies in the face of advice from Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the NIAID, who told lawmakers during a House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing Wednesday that “I believe we would be in a worse position,” had such travel bans not been imposed by Trump….
“Whenever you look at the history of outbreaks, what you see now in an uncontained way and although we are containing it in some respects, we keep getting people coming into the country that are travel-related, we’ve seen that in many of the states that are now involved.” Fauci said.
“We will see more cases and things will get worse than they are right now. How much worse they get will depend on our ability to do two things: To contain the influx of people who are infected coming from the outside and the ability to contain and mitigate within our own country. Bottom line, it’s going to get worse.” he added.
Fauci’s comments regarding travel restrictions have been echoed by The New England Journal of Medicine, which recently reported: “At least on a temporary basis, such restrictions may have helped slow the spread of the virus.”…