Update: June 22, 8:00 pm

Is Donald Trump changing his tune on scapegoating Muslims around the world as potential terrorists? Here is a passage from his June 22 New York speech as quoted on POLITICO:

"ISIS also threatens peaceful Muslims across the Middle East, and peaceful Muslims across the world, who have been terribly victimized by horrible brutality - and who only want to raise their kids in peace and safety."

A nice statement, Donald, but doesn't this apply to the great majority of Syrian and other Middle Eastern refugees whom you want to keep out of the United States, or whom you even want to send back to danger and death from ISIS and other Islamic terror groups if the refugees are already in the US? See:


My original post follows:

A June 21 unconfirmed report in The Hill, and I emphasize unconfirmed, alleges that the Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, was gay and "had rage" against Puerto Ricans because he had an unprotected threesome with men , one of whom had HIV, whom he met at Pulse, the nightclub where Mateen later carried out the mass killings.

The report is based on a statement made to Noticias Univision by a man calling himself Miguel, who claims to have been Mateen's former lover. According to The Hill, the FBI has confirmed that it has been questioning the man. See:


According to this report, Mateen's alleged lover claimed that Mateen was attracted to Latinos other than Puerto Ricans.

The story does not mention whether or not Mateen was allegedly attracted to other Muslim men. Islam prohibits same sex relationships, and if Mateen was indeed gay, he would have been less than welcome among the ISIS terrorists to whom he purported to proclaim allegiance to on the last day of his life. There is every reason to believe that they would have lost lost little time in cutting off his head, or perhaps throwing him off the roof of a tall building instead.

Perhaps Donald Trump might have have some information about this latest, and I repeat unconfirmed, report, that he would be willing to share with us, in order to support his claim that 3 million American Muslims and 1.6 billion Muslims around the world somehow bear responsibility for Mateen's Orlando rampage in a gay bar that he had allegedly been patronizing himself; and that drastic restrictions, if not a total ban, on Muslim immigration are necessary to protect the American people from terrorist attacks.
Roger Algase is a New York immigration lawyer and a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School. For more than 35 years, he has been helping mainly skilled and professional immigrants, from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds, obtain work permits and green cards.

Roger's practice focuses primarily on H-1B specialty occupation and O-1 extraordinary ability work visas, and green cards through labor certification and opposite sex or same sex marriage. His email address is algaselex@gmail.com