the anchor could be irritating at times especially asking a fair few times "Imran are you saying that the canadian lives that were lost in Afghanistan were wasted" or something of the sort
He was asked about it, and let go. I don't see the problem? Hell, I was 'asked about' all sorts of random things by UK immigration even though I had a US passport and was visiting for two days. It was more hilarious than annoying, in retrospect.
1) Anyone visiting the US is doing so voluntarily. As such, they are agreeing to abide by the immigration laws of the US. If the US, wants to question someone who has made fairly inflammatory statements against the country, they have a perfect right to do so.
2) Once the immigration officials questioned him, they did allow him to enter the country. Yes he missed his original flight, but Imran wasn't barred from entering the States.
3) If Imran feels aggrieved/insulted, he is perfectly within his rights to never visit the US again. Of course that means he'd never be able to fund raise in the States, but hey, it's all about the principled stand more than the money right?
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