Supporters of Donald Trump angrily took to Twitter on Wednesday night to express their outrage after a federal judge in Hawaii blocked the president’s second anti-Muslim travel ban just hours before it was set to go into effect.
The new executive order would temporarily ban the issuance of new visas to people coming from six-Muslim majority countries, and would also halt new refugees from entering the country. But U.S. District Judge Derrick K. Watson halted the order, the Washington Post reported.
Trump supporters were not happy about the news, suggesting that Hawaii should be banned, and suggesting the judge “should be punished according US Legal Code 4 treason.”
Maybe we should ban Hawaii? #travelban you know what Australia does for immigration they put them on a island away from mainland
— Democrat Assassin (@PatroticWatcher) March 15, 2017
— Henry_Fork (@DiamondBar8) March 15, 2017
@FoxNews lol. What’s their standing? All the people from the Middle East who vacation in Hawaii??
— elizagn (@chachkatheelf) March 15, 2017
The Judge in Hawaii put all Americans again like the snowflake judges with first ban at RISK the judges should give up their protection
— ltlnicky55 (@dac5558) March 15, 2017
@TIME Maybe all the illegals should just go to Hawaii
— Tracey Pinque (@trpinque) March 15, 2017
— Sandy Van Dyke (@van_dyke2) March 15, 2017
And now, another idiot from Hawaii!!!!
— Felippé Cadarzo (@dhjtrader) March 15, 2017
Judge in Hawaii stops Trump’s Travel Pause. Only a filthy POS TRAITOR would do this. He should be punished according US Legal Code 4 treason
— Mikel Crisp (@CrispyBeaver) March 15, 2017
Some bullshit Judge in Hawaii decides he has more power than the elected president who actually has that power “just because” #draintheswamp
— NonZombie™ ✘ (@NonZomb) March 15, 2017
All refugees should be sent to Hawaii to live in Obama’s old house. Both his moms and grandparents.
— Spay&Neuter CNN (@Marc_Smash) March 15, 2017
This #travelban has to go all the way to Supreme Court if necessary. These activist judges must be reigned in. Dissolve the 9th circuit!
— Doug Stamper (@triv1al_pursuit) March 15, 2017