Muslim teacher denied entry to US on school trip
He wasn't denied entry to the US. They start out a headline with a flat out lie.
But before the plane took off on 16 February, he was escorted off by security staff.
If you watch the video that I link to, it's not any member of the US government that's removing him from the plane. It looks like a member of the crew is escorting him off of the plane.
Neath Port Talbot council has written to the US Embassy to "express its dismay" at the treatment of Mr Miah, who the local authority said had a valid visa to travel.
1) A valid visa does not guarantee admission to the US.
2) The US government had nothing to do with removing him from the plane, so, WTF?
"We are appalled by the treatment of Mr Miah and are demanding an explanation.
Then demand it from the airline. You are self evidently an idiot.
The council confirmed Mr Miah has a British passport and does not have dual nationality.
So, he's British and doesn't need a visa. What gives?
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office said it was "providing support to a British man who was prevented from boarding a flight in Reykjavik".
Gee. Then you should be asking the airline why, not the US Embassy.
Mr Miah, who teaches maths at the 700-pupil school, was also denied access to the US Embassy in Reykjavik, the spokesman added.
"No satisfactory reason has been provided for refusing entry to the United States - either at the airport in Iceland or subsequently at the embassy.
The US doesn't need a "satisfactory reason" to deny any alien (applicant for admission) admission to the US. Once again, the Bullshit Broadcasting Corporation is lying, though, because, it's the airline that didn't let him fly to the United States. So far, they have not answered any questions as to why he was removed from the plane.
So, once again, the fake news media gets something wrong. They're blaming the US government for something, when, if what they say is true, he had US government approval to travel to the United States, but it appears that the airline removed him from the plane. The captain of the aircraft gets to decide who goes, so, what's the rest of the story?
Here's a video on Fecesbook.