For the second weekend in-a-row, people gathered in Falmouth to protest the latest orders of President Trump.
Last night, it was a candlelight vigil with about 100 people meeting on the Falmouth village Green to show support for refugees and immigrants.
Trump’s executive order on Saturday halted travel into the U.S. from seven pre-dominantly Muslim countries. However, the travel ban was not enacted in Muslim countries that conduct business with Trump’s business operations despite a history of ties to terrorism.
Friday’s executive order, signed at the Pentagon, suspends the issuing of U.S. visas or travel permits to people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
According to statistics compiled by the conservative-leaning Cato Institute, not one American was killed on U.S. soil by citizens from any of those countries between 1975 and 2015.