Bahamas Flip Script and Send Out Rare Travel Warning for US!

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BAHAMAS -- Whenever any type of violence breaks out in another country, the U.S. Department of State goes into mom mode and doesn’t hesitate to issue out a travel advisory.

The Paris attacks, Bangladesh and let’s not forget Mexico during all that cartel chaos, are just a couple of examples.

But what if we told you goody two-shoes U.S. has now become the trouble maker?

Yup, the Bahamas just flipped the script on us and issued out their own advisory on traveling to the U.S.

After the shooting  in Dallas, the killings of black men in Minnesota and Baton Rouge, plus the protests going on New York, Atlanta and Phoenix, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs felt like they needed to send out a little something, something to their citizens.

Specifically, young black males were asked to “exercise extreme caution in affected cities in their interactions with police" and “not to be confrontational and cooperate.”

It's not really something you hear about: countries warning their people about traveling to the U.S. You know the land of opportunity and where freedom rings.  But times are definitely tough right now and the United States is at the center of it all.

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