The New York Times is reporting today that demonstrations spontaneously broke out in at least one airport yesterday over President Donald Trump's Executive Order (now stayed, maybe, by a Federal Court) barring entry by citizens of certain nations.
And yesterday, we reported here, on the start of three days of rioting, in 1917, over the recently imposed delousing policy of the United States on the Mexican border. What we didn't note, but likely should have, is that rioting spread from El Paso to at least one other border town.
Anyhow, interesting sort of similarities. It isn't history strictly repeating itself, but history rarely does that. But it's in the same room. Entrants from another nation that was experiencing a civil war and policies regarding the same.
And both at ports of entry.