The mainstream media lost its collective mind this weekend erroneously reporting that President Trump had issued a ban on Muslims entering the country.

He did not. What he did was place a temporary halt on refugee admissions from jihadist conflict zones for 120 days to improve the vetting process, and a hold on Syrian refugees.

He also capped refugee admissions at 50,000 a year.

Before 2016, when Obama dramatically ramped up refugee admissions, Trump’s 50,000 stands roughly in between a typical year of refugee admissions in George W. Bush’s two terms and a typical year in Obama’s two terms.

The media hysteria that began after Trump was sworn in ratcheted up to warp speed over this so-called “muslim ban,” and predictably prompted a protest.

And of all places not to protest in a post-September 11 world, mindless Democrats picked the worst place imaginable — airports, also known as terrorist targets.



Needless to say, the protestors did not have a permit and were asked to leave DIA.

Perhaps if the crowds gathered at airports across the nation had been correctly informed by the media as to what Trump’s order really means, this could have all been avoided and airport security not put at risk.