Trump Admin Refused Entry to Muslim Athlete Who Was Granted Visa by Chuck Schumer, Then Sexually Abused Child


LAKE SARNAC, NY-One of two muslim athletes from India who were rejected entry into the United States during the brief Trump administration extreme vetting process in January is back in the news this week after sexually assaulting a child shortly after he was granted access to enter.

Tanveer Hussain Parra and Abid Kahn were both refused entry into the United States, but after Senators Chuck “crybaby” Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand contacted the U.S. State Department, the two were allowed to enter.

In January, Schumer was shedding tears over Trump’s refusal to let men like Kahn and Hussein into America.

Schumer applauded the athletes’ arrival in New York,”Still a country that welcome athletes from across the globe to compete in our stadiums, our snow-covered fields and everywhere in between.”

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Today, the parents of a young girl in Lake Sarnac are shedding tears after Hussein sexually assaulted their daughter.

According to a report published in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Hussain was charged with felony first degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a minor.

The incident happened on Monday in the town of St. Armand in a swimming pool.  Hussein’s partner Khan said the girl followed the athletes during their stay and said she was “a nut case”.

Hussein and Kahn claim the young girl made up the story, but local police said other witnesses and social media evidence supports the charges against Hussain.

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“He is not aware that she is minor in first place,” Kahn said. “We told him later that she is a minor. He doesn’t understand proper English, so he doesn’t know.”

Read the whole story at the Lake Adirondack Daily Enterprise.


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