Pelosi Suggests Trump's China Travel Ban Should Have 'Shut the Door' on US Citizens


When President Trump enacted the China travel ban, Democrats and the media propagandists criticized the move, which they described as xenophobic. Later some such as Dr Anthony Fauci said that the epidemic in the United States would have been much worse has the president not acted. Now, Nancy Pelosi says the travel ban did not go far enough because it allowed American citizens to return to the United States.

Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats , who have never met an illegal alien they didn't love or an American they do not have disdain for willingly opened our borders to illegal aliens even during the coronavirus crisis, but now say we should not have let actual American citizens return to this country. Such a move would probably be unconstitutional at best and anti-American at worst.

Pelosi said:

"Tens of thousands of people were still allowed in from China. So it wasn’t, as it is described, as this great moment. There were Americans coming back or green card holders coming back. But there were tens of thousands."

"So, if you’re going to shut the door because you have an evaluation of an epidemic, then shut the door."

From The Washington Examiner

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Trump's decision to ban travel between the United States and China at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic did not go far enough.

Trump has routinely touted his decision to implement a travel ban between the U.S. and China as his best and earliest move to fight the coronavirus pandemic. During a Sunday interview on CNN, host Jake Tapper asked Pelosi if she agreed with Trump's decisions related to the ban.

"Tens of thousands of people were still allowed in from China. So it wasn’t, as it is described, as this great moment. There were Americans coming back or green card holders coming back. But there were tens of thousands," the California Democrat replied.

She continued, "So, if you’re going to shut the door because you have an evaluation of an epidemic, then shut the door."

Since the pandemic began, the Trump administration has worked to repatriate more than 50,000 Americans who were abroad when the pandemic began.

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