During 1996, President Bill Clinton signed a bill into law to improve immigration border control by imposing criminal penalties for alien smuggling and to increase interior immigration enforcement.
There was no widespread outrage, protests or legal proceedings against this action.
During 2000, President Clinton signed another bill into law that made it a crime for any person with knowledge or reckless disregard for an alien’s immigration status to conceal, harbor or shield from detention an alien any place in this country.
There was no widespread outrage, protests or legal proceedings on this action.
During 2011, President Barack Obama’s Department of State suspended an Iraqi Refugee Program for 6 months because two Iraqi refugees living in Kentucky admitted to being al-Qaida members.
They were planning to kill U.S. troops in Iraq. There was no widespread outrage, protests or legal proceedings against this action.
During 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order placing an immigration ban for three months on refugees from seven countries having apparent ties to terrorism.
There was widespread outrage, protests and legal proceedings against this action.
Under the U.S. Constitution citizens have the right to legal and peaceful protests.
Silvestre Moreno Jr. Mercedes