Citing Normalized Relations, Obama Lifts Ban on Libyans From US Flight Schools and Nuke Studies

Citing Normalized Relations, Obama Lifts Ban on Libyans From US Flight Schools and Nuke Studies

Because everything is cool in Libya, right?

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To the horror of many in Congress, President Obama has reportedly ordered lifted the 31-year ban preventing Libyan nationals from attending flight schools and studying nuclear science in the United States.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s recent directive reports, “The United States Government and the Government of Libya have normalized their relationship, and most of the restrictions and sanctions imposed by the United States and the United Nations toward Libya have been lifted.”

“Therefore,” the document continues, “DHS, after consultation with the Department of State and the Department of Defense, is considering rescinding the restrictions that deny nonimmigrant status and benefits to a specific group of Libyan nationals.”

A spokesman for DHS says the White House ordered the Libyan policy review “to see how they might be updated to better align with U.S. interests in light of its revolution.”

So a state that was restricted because of deadly terrorist attacks they conducted in 1983 was recently over-thrown by terrorists, and Obama wants to see how we could go about giving them access to flight school.

Lunacy.

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