And Now We’re Talking About Internment Camps?

A Donald Trump supporter cited the United States’ use of Japanese internment camps during World War II as precedent for implementing a registry of Muslim immigrants in an interview on Fox News Wednesday.

President-elect Trump first suggested creating a registry for Muslims in November 2015, and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach told Reuters on Tuesday that Trump’s immigration advisers were drafting a proposal on how this could be implemented. Full Article


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“Look, the president needs to protect America first,” insisted Higbie, “and if that means having people that are not protected under the Constitution have some sort of registry until we can identify the true threat and where it’s coming from, I support it.”

Sooooo, those that are supposedly protected by the US Constitution are not in need of some sort of registry? Sounds like that is what you are saying here. Maybe you are saying these US Constitution protected folks too need a registry until they can provide with analytics they are not a true threat and thus are not needed on a registry? Can you please provide clarification on that Carl?

According to the former lawyer interviewer, the protections are provided once you are here. Um, really? Huh, got a whole class of people who are not afforded that though they should be.

Please comment on the Mother Jones site. I don’t want to be the only one, but I don’t see any comments yet pointing out the precedent of the s*x offender registry. Let’s take a break from fighting about the damned tiered registry and start educating the public.