I’ve always been one who wants open dialogue on all issues. I like when someone has an opposing viewpoint and comes at it honestly. Note that word “honestly.” What I mean by that is, if you have formulated your own opinion based on fact or experience then even if we are at opposite ends of the issue we should be fine. If you are simply spewing the “Party” line or repeating fake news from your favorite fake news sources, then the gloves are off.
Case in point: When President Oblamo restricted visa waivers for seven Muslim-majority countries — Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and Yemen, there was no outcry from the Left. (There’s much more to that “ban” but you’ll have to read the Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act.) And the Left didn’t freak out when President Jimmy Carter rescinded/canceled all Iranian visas.
The Oblamo administration actually stopped processing visa’s for 6 months from Iran in 2011 after it was found (cough-cough) that Al Qaeda operatives tried to obtain refugee status in Kentucky. But real applicants who actually helped the U.S. government as intelligence sources were ignored. God only knows what happened to them! But his highness Mr. Obama was in office, so all that was OK!