Chris Kyle’s Iraqi Interpreter Sends Blistering Message to Everyone Protesting Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’
There has been a lot of consternation over President Donald trump’s temporary ban on entry from 7 countries with high radical Islamic populations.
About 140 people were estimated to have been detained at various airports under the order.
Independent Journal Review interviewed Chris Kyle’s Iraqi interpreter, Johnny Walker, and he was “100%” in support of the measure.
“I agree 100% with President Trump’s decision. The national security of the United States is a paramount issue.
All President Trump is doing is ensuring that people can go about their day without living in so much fear. Women won’t have to worry about walking around the mall; kids won’t have to worry about going to the school.
Look, these countries don’t have a database that keeps track of its citizens. And we can’t depend on a government database in countries that do, because if they have one it has a political agenda behind it.
It wouldn’t be hard for someone to get into the U.S. whose loyalty lies with ISIS or a militia aligned with Iran. While the militia isn’t necessarily our enemy right now, they don’t have loyalty to the U.S., they are loyal to the interests of the government that funds them. And that government says “Death to America.”
ISIS’s strongholds are in Iraq and Syria. We all know what they want to do to Americans.”
“Besides, the government of Iraq is involved with the militia who gets all their support from Iran, the number-one state sponsor of terrorism. ISIS has a haven in Libya. Al-Shabaab is in Somalia and has pledged their allegiance to ISIS.
Iran has several terrorist groups affiliated with it. Yemen has Al-Qaeda, ISIS and the militia. And in Sudan, Hamas raises money for terrorism and has a presence.
The bottom line is this: Americans need to understand that this is for national security.”
Walker noted there should be at least one exception: the interpreters, translators and those who worked with Americans, who were promised visas for their efforts and whose lives were legitimately in danger if they remained in their home countries.
Walker recounted how Al Qaeda killed his brother because he, Walker, worked for the United States. “When the terrorists find you, they don’t just murder you, they murder your brother, sister, dad, mom, grandparents, cousin, and friends, too.”
Walker said Trump’s decision will help prevent terrorism and the death of more innocent people.
He also pointed out that other Muslim countries have also banned immigration from some of these countries, asking “Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, Qatar— are they racist, too?”