Donald Trump has actually implemented some pretty good policies, but many of these policies have been overturned by the Jewish court system we have.

His new policy of banning foreigners who don’t have proper health coverage is a pretty good idea though.


President Trump signed a proclamation late Friday barring legal immigrants who cannot prove they will have health care coverage or the means to pay for it within 30 days of their arrival to the United States.

Trump said uninsured individuals are a burden on the health care industry and U.S. taxpayers.

“Immigrants who enter this country should not further saddle our health care system, and subsequently American taxpayers, with higher costs,” Trump declared.

Beginning Nov. 3, only immigrants covered by approved health insurance or those who can show they can pay for “reasonably foreseeable medical costs” will be allowed entry into the U.S.

At this point, I’m happy with any policy that will limit the number of third world invaders that come in. But we already know a bunch of Jews are going to go judge shopping and file a lawsuit to block this policy.