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From Backing Trump’s #MuslimBan to Selling her House to Refugees – Katie Hopkins



While Trump has so many opponents and oppositions in UK, his brutal decision on immigration ban of seven Muslim countries has been backed by UK MPs. The former UKIP leader Nigel Farage and political commentator Katie Hopkins announced that UK also needs to ban the seven Muslim countries.

Farage and Hopkins supported the US President Donald Trump’s #MuslimBan. This happens while the majority of people of UK has shown their hatred and abhorrence toward Trumps decision. Even a petition was signed to ban Trump from entering the country. There were also so many demonstrations and protests against Trump’s racist behaviors in UK.

Farage and Hopkins called for similar measures to be accomplished in the UK while they said they are fan of the policy of “extreme vetting.” “He was elected to get tough, he was elected to say he will do everything within his power to protect America from infiltration by ISIS terrorists,” Farage declared on BBC’s Sunday Politics show.

“Now there are seven countries on that list, he is entitled to do this, he was voted in on this,” he continued. Supporting Trump’s decision. He added, “yes I would like to see extreme vetting.” Libyan, Sudanese, Somali, Yemeni, Syrian, Iraqi and Iranian citizens are affected by the #MuslimBan.

Trump has been successful in his remedy for the security of his country, Hopkins believes. He believes that British government and people should do the same for the sake of their own national security. The announcement was also supported and backed by Katie Hopkins. “I am hand-in-hand with Donald Trump on this policy,” she said.

Now, Hopkin’s house is to be bought for refugees. The aim to do this is to teach Hopkins a lesson. “We all know Hopkins’s disgusting views on immigrants and refugees, so the plan my good people, is to buy Katie Hopkins’ family home and use it to either house refugees or asylum seekers,” said one of her opponents. The policy has already been criticized and protested by thousands of people across the UK.