Oh no, absolutely not. The blatant bias of this bill is both astonishing and naive. Intrinsically implied is the idea that someone with a military or law enforcement background is somehow more trustworthy than other citizens. How so? Timothy McVeigh served in the military and so did Micah Xavier Johnson (Dallas, July 2016). Just because someone cleared past scrutiny means nothing. Vet everyone equally and thoroughly. There is virtually no way to know how complete past vetting may or may not have been or what may have changed since then. It is preposterous that the same GOP that supports the Muslim ban and 45's wall in the name of national security would even consider such a bill as this. The bias and hypocrisy are astounding.