Wasn't there some summary wandering around the Twittersphere about how over the past 10 years there have been an average of 2 deaths per year by Islamic jihadist immigrants? According to this there were 5 deaths per year by far right-wing terrorists, and 9 per year by all Islamic jihadist terrorists (including those terrorists who were also US citizens). So yeah, 16 avoidable deaths a year by closing borders to possible terrorists, but one would also need to ban the Internet to stop the home-grown variety from spreading. Oh, and there were 21 deaths per year by "armed toddlers". But no ban on guns. Lightning caused 31 deaths per year (not sure how many on golf courses, but I'd ban those on principle any way). Lawnmowers accounted for a whopping 69 deaths per year, but still no ban. Buses caused 264 per year... And most surprising of all: falling out of bed apparently caused 737 deaths per year over the same period. So someone in the US is almost 50 times more likely to die from falling out of bed than by a terrorist, so you close the borders, implement "extreme vetting" etc? As for the right to bear arms: being shot by another American apparently accounted for 11,737 deaths per year. Ah, gun control. Gotta love it!