A refugee from Afghanistan has been charged with assault after blocking Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos from entering a Washington, D.C. public school on Friday. Bilal Ahmed Askaryar came to the United States with his family when he was five years old and became a citizen in 2000, the Washington Examiner reports. The charges against Askaryar are misdemeanors. Politico obtained the police report which states that Askaryar pushed an individual and was given several orders to move out of the way of a vehicle. Askaryar's biographical information can be found in a piece he wrote for NPR in January where he tells his family's story of leaving Afghanistan and the Taliban. The piece was a response to President Donald Trump's travel ban. Well here we go again America this is the 73rd time since 2001 that a refugee from one of Trump's banned nations in the middle east has committed a crime in America. This just adds more fuel to the possibility of an upcoming refugee ban in America from President Trump in the coming hours, and imagine Americas shock that a Muslim refugee has committed another crime on American soil. Another refugee in America charged with a crime of assault...Should only make the judges who decided to block Trump's travel ban of seven Muslim nations just look like more of a threat to the National Security of America. The four Federal judges who blocked Trump's immigration ban stated that no refugees from Trump's banned nations in his immigration ban have been arrested since 2001 in America...Well here's number 73 America. Since he is a refugee from Afghanistan and assaulted one of President Trump's cabinet picks, we should fully expect the deportation of Bilal Ahmed Askaryar rather quickly out of America and back to Afghanistan.