Jo jumps on the Trump bandwagon after Brussels attacks

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I have to say that, after this most recent terrorist act, I am starting to agree with Donald Trump more and more about banning immigration until we can improve our methods of vetting potential citizens.

After witnessing the carnage that took place at the airport and train stations in Brussels this past week, I firmly believe we have to put the brakes on an open-arms policy that welcomes any persons without thoroughly investigating their motives. The terrorist in Brussels hid in plain sight for the past several months and no one in the Muslim community in which he walked freely turned him in. Are these the type of people that we want to welcome onto our shores?

Brussels and France openly welcomed Muslims into their countries by the thousands. As a result of their openness, their countries have been over-run by radicalized Islamic terrorists that wantonly commit acts of terror on innocent individuals that just want to go about their daily lives in peace.

What does it say about a culture that harbors criminals and says nothing?

Limousine liberals love to compare Donald Trump to Hitler, but it is the Islamic terrorists that at act like Hitler.

So far, Donald Trump hasn’t said anything that turned out to be false. Donald Trump says what everyone else is thinking but too afraid to say out loud.

Not for nuthin™, but the sound ofPresident Trump” has started to sound better and better. I send my prayers to the families and victims of the recent bombings and pray that we will be able to put a stop to this Islamic terror network before our country — or any other country — suffers another terrorist bombing and the loss of more innocent lives.

Follow me on Twitter @JDelBuono.

Joanna DelBuono writes about national issues every Wednesday on E-mail her at
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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