President Trump’s immigration ban has hit a central nerve in the American psyche and culture. Numerous Americans and other nations are violently opposed to it. And protesters are claiming racial or religious discrimination. Furthermore, lawyers and the follow-on lawsuits filed in federal district court claim violations of the 5th Amendment and due process in accordance with the U.S. Constitution.
The opposition is reaching a feverous pitch and appears no end to the protests. Yet, are protestors, and the lawsuits position relevant to the executive order? Could they be mixing apples and oranges or in other terms, mixing opinion v. actual words? Is anger (or hatred) toward a person [Trump] clouding judgments and causing many to disregard the verbiage in the order?
What does this executive order say and mean and do opposing views have a sound argument?