Joan Vennochi at the Boston Globe (emphasis mine):
Using the hashtag #MuslimBan, [Democratic U.S. Representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts] tweeted that it's "fundamentally un-American, doesn't improve the vetting process and is making America less safe." He also said "there's no way in hell" that Generanl James Mattis, Trump's new defense secretary, supports that policy.Good question. Another way of putting that is: How many people does Donald Trump have to harm before you are willing to resist?
"What I've heard from behind the scenes," Moulton said during a telephone interview on Monday, is that Mattis and others who were left out of Trump's decision-making loop on the immigration order are asking one another, "What will make you resign? What's your red line?"
Given that a Justice Department attorney has said that over 100,000 people have already had their visas revoked as a result of Trump's Muslim ban, it's already quite a threshold these alleged patriots are willing to tolerate.