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Muslim Refugee charged with Assault at DeVos ‘protest’

Just like Europe, they are bringing the war here. And the left is only to happy to join any cause that seeks to destroy America. Just how incestuous is the leftist/Islamic axis? This violent Afghan wrote a piece last month for NPR. I kid you not.

Bilal Ahmed Askaryar was the man charged with assault, according to Politico, in the effort to block Betsy DeVos from entering a public school.

Refugee Charged With Assault After Blocking DeVos From Entering School

Sec. of Education Betsy DeVos, left, escorted away from protesters / Twitter video screenshot

Sec. of Education Betsy DeVos, left, escorted away from protesters / Twitter video screenshot.

A refugee from Afghanistan has been charged with assault after blocking Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos from entering a Washington, D.C. public school on Friday.

Bilal Ahmed Askaryar came to the United States with his family when he was five years old and became a citizen in 2000, the Washington Examinerreports.

The charges against Askaryar are misdemeanors. Politico obtained the police report which states that Askaryar pushed an individual and was given several orders to move out of the way of a vehicle.

Askaryar’s biographical information can be found in a piece he wrote for NPR in January where he tells his family’s story of leaving Afghanistan and the Taliban. The piece was a response to President Donald Trump’s travel ban.

The issue of allowing refugees into the United States has become a dominating issue in politics. Trump’s ban on travel from seven Muslim countries in the Middle East was struck down by federal courts, leading to speculation over what Trump would do next.

Correction: This piece incorrectly stated Afghanistan was one of the seven nations included in the travel ban.

EDITORS NOTE: This column originally appeared on The Geller Report.

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