“I do feel safer,” said Dotty Rhea, 68, a retiree from Savannah, Tennessee. “Nobody’s angry with them (immigrants), nobody hates them. We just need to protect ourselves.”
Supporters of the ban point to prior terror attacks on American soil and say they want stronger vetting.
“We are just thrilled that President Trump has issued this ban and he’s taking measures to protect us,” said Debbie Meiners, 67, of Jacksonville, Florida. “We really believe in securing our borders and being a nation of safety.
“We love refugees, but we want only those coming here who love us and want to assimilate into our culture and way of life.”
Jessica Herrmann, 50, of Coronado, California, said she is “perfectly fine” with immigration and has friends on all…