Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from Washington D.C, United States via Wikimedia Commons

Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives have voted to make visas available to people previously denied entry into the United States under the Trump travel ban orders. 

President Joe Biden went to work tearing down the Trump administration’s immigration policies beginning his first day in office. But until now, Biden had only signed one executive order ending immigration and travel restrictions from countries affected by Trump’s ban while only reviewing other “extreme vetting” practices. 

This week House Democrats voted to add an amendment to the 2022 Homeland Security funding bill that’d make diversity lottery visas available to those denied entry to the U.S. because of President Donald Trump’s orders.

Here’s everything you need to know about the travel ban, the Democrats’ latest attempt to dismantle the Trump agenda, and where things stand going forward:


Patrick Houck is an avid political aficionado based out of the Washington, D.C. metro area. When not analyzing the latest news, you can find him enjoying the company of family and friends, trying out highly recommended hiking trails, or daydreaming about his next scuba diving trip.

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Tommy
Tommy
2 months ago

This is another attempt to silence American voters. It’s an all out attack on Democracy itself.

Rosalie McCracken
Rosalie McCracken
2 months ago

Communist White House ! Never thought I would see this. 👹👺👿😥

Bobby
Bobby
2 months ago

Yeah this is why the pandemic is reappearing in America

tim
tim
2 months ago
Reply to  Bobby

THE SHITBAG TRAITOR DEMOCRAPS ARE THE BIGGEST PROBLEM WITH AMERICA>