A group called San Diego Indivisible Downtown staged a protest against President Trump’s most recent immigration order at San Diego International Airport Sunday.

The protest was planned at 6 p.m. at the street in front of the International Terminal, at Terminal 2 on the North Harbor Drive side of the airport.

The group’s Facebook page, showed more than 150 people plan to participate, while almost 600 were listed as interested. The post referred to the Trump executive order as “The Muslim Ban 2.0.”

“He calls it ‘fantastic,’ however, it is just as repulsive and as unconstitutional as the first one,” the post said. “We will be gathering again for a peaceful, but impactful protest that aims to send a message that a Muslim Ban 2.0 is not ok.”

The protest’s theme is no ban, no wall and urges protesters to come together to stand up against the ban and stand in solidarity with their Muslim and refugee brothers and sisters.

“The president of the U.S. needs to be effective in bringing the country and the people together,” the post said. “However, all that Trump has done is cause more of a divide. We need to come together now.”

San Diego Indivisible Downtown is a grassroots volunteer advocacy group inspired by the national Indivisible movement to resist the Trump agenda.

— City News Service