Let’s actually read it:

WASHINGTON — A federal judge in Brooklyn came to the aid of scores of refugees and others who were trapped at airports across the United States on Saturday after an executive order signed by President Trump, which sought to keep many foreigners from entering the country, led to chaotic scenes across the globe.

The judge’s ruling blocked part of the president’s actions, preventing the government from deporting some arrivals who found themselves ensnared by the presidential order. But it stopped short of letting them into the country or issuing a broader ruling on the constitutionality of Mr. Trump’s actions.

I’ll give you three guesses as to which word does not appear a single time in the entire text of President Trump’s controversial executive order, and the first two don’t count.

Yep, that’s right: “Muslim.” This seems important, no? For one, you can’t screen for “Muslim,” anyway, so that doesn’t make sense. For another, there are many, many countries of a mostly Muslim population who are NOT on the list, including Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Indonesia. I’ve seen statistics that more than 80 percent of the Islamic world population isn’t affected. Some ban! So, the truth is that this is not a “Muslim ban,” but a TEMPORARY halt on American visa issuance for EVERYONE, NOT JUST MUSLIMS, from certain countries. But truth doesn’t matter now in our new world, and #MuslimBan makes a great hashtag, so here we are. The New York Times is already titling editorials on Trump’s “Muslim ban” that are so over the top, they’re difficult to read.

We are now one week into the Trump administration, and it is becoming clearer by the day that we are living in a post-fact world. Members of the media, driven by their new self-assigned role as the “voice of the resistance” after spending the last eight years as bootlickers/court stenographers, lurch wildly from one outrage to the next. “He’s fired the entire State Department leadership!” “Oh, Jesus, he’s shutting down the EPA!” “MY GOD, HE PHOTOSHOPPED HIS HANDS IN A PICTURE!!!” And then, after about 12 hours of FURIOUS TWEETING by journalists and activists, it turns out to be horse shit or normal stuff that presidents always do.

I’m worried about the collective mental health of my leftist countrymen. Seriously, at this rate they’re each going to have a stroke. Now, the hot thing on Twitter as I type this is for people to delete the Uber app. This is in response to Uber drivers, trying to make a living (MANY WHO ARE IMMIGRANTS), daring to pick people up from the airport while all the kids chanted and held up signs. But you can’t just delete the app, you have to screenshot it and post it so you can get likes and retweets. (And then quietly re-install it afterward.) I shit you not. We are infantilizing ourselves more every day.

A young girl joins hundreds of people opposed to President Donald Trump’s executive order barring entry to the U.S. by Muslims from certain countries. They’re demonstrating at the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

But back to the main point of the last day or so: Trump’s executive order regarding new restrictions on travel and refugees. We will go over the relevant parts of that order line by line, which will make all of you more informed than 90 percent of the media and 100 percent of the people on Twitter using the #MuslimBan hashtag. The posturing on social media was crazy yesterday. It is freaking hilarious to me. Obama drones people into oblivion 24 hours a day for YEARS, and nobody gives a shit. But suspend immigration for a few months? From seven countries? Every white liberal in NYC pours into the streets. Trump would have been better off just bombing civilians.