The Reverend Franklin Graham has voiced his opinion of Trump’s temporary immigration ban and made his position quite clear. We need people who accept freedom and liberty. He also suggested that Sharia Law is not quite compatible with those concepts.
CNS News reported:
Rev. Graham on Trump’s Immigration Order: No Entry If You Reject U.S. Principles — ‘Sharia Law Is Not Compatible’
Commenting on criticism from liberals and many Democrats about President Donald J. Trump’s executive order on immigration to better screen for terrorists, evangelical leader Franklin Graham said people coming to the United States must accept our “principles of freedom, democracy, and liberty,” or they should not come here. He also stressed that Islamic Sharia law “is not compatible” with American beliefs or culture.
In a Feb. 1 post on Facebook, Rev. Graham said, “I think that a thorough vetting process really needs to apply to people coming into the U.S. from all countries—not just 7. We have to be sure that the philosophies of those entering our country are compatible with our Constitution.”
“If a person does not agree with our principles of freedom, democracy, and liberty, which we cherish, they should not be allowed to come,” he said. “Without question, Sharia law is not compatible.”
That seems pretty straightforward.
How is he wrong?