Ted Cruz Introduces Bill To Prevent Jihadi Terrorists From Entering U.S. As UN Ambassador
Hamid Aboutalebi is Iran Ambassador to the U.N…. aaaaaaaaaaand a terrorist. He participated in the 1979-81 hostage crisis at the US Embassy in Tehran. Former hostage Barry Rosen said it would be “like spitting on us” if the Iranian “diplomat” was granted entry. Ted Cruz is introducing a bill to ban Aboutalebi from entering the U.S.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) introduced legislation on Tuesday, S. 2195, to prevent known terrorists from obtaining visas to enter the United States as ambassadors to the United Nations.
“It is unconscionable that, in the name of international diplomatic protocol, the United States would be forced to host a foreign national who showed a brutal disregard for the status of our diplomats when they were stationed in his country,” Cruz said.
Iranian President Hasan Rouhani recently named Hamid Aboutalebi as the nation’s new ambassador to the U.N., which is headquartered in Manhattan. A visa application to allow him to enter the United States has been duly filed.
Aboutalebi was a member of The Muslim Students Following the Imam’s Line, the group that held 52 Americans hostage in Tehran for 444 days from 1979-81. The organization is still active and his photo is currently featured on its official website that celebrates the hostage crisis.
Hehe heh heh no really it makes me chuckle, just chuckle that a Senator has to introduce a bill to keep filth like that out of our country. Of course looking at our borders you really can’t keep anyone out of our country. Forget about the 30% of those coming across the borders as known criminals… the OTM’s or “Other Than Mexicans” number is disturbingly higher than being reported.
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