Parkland Press

Wednesday, June 3, 2020
“It’s a concern. I think our borders are porous. It’s too easy to get in.” Justin Marceau Allentown “It’s a concern. I think our borders are porous. It’s too easy to get in.” Justin Marceau Allentown
“I’m certainly concerned about terrorists no matter where they come from, domestic or foreign, and about the violence and revenge that’s associated with terrorism. I care about all of the people in the world.” Joan Doherty Bethlehem “I’m certainly concerned about terrorists no matter where they come from, domestic or foreign, and about the violence and revenge that’s associated with terrorism. I care about all of the people in the world.” Joan Doherty Bethlehem
“It’s scary. It’s almost like you have to watch your back when you go out. It’s not safe anymore anywhere, and it’s a sad thing.” Michele Spade Northampton “It’s scary. It’s almost like you have to watch your back when you go out. It’s not safe anymore anywhere, and it’s a sad thing.” Michele Spade Northampton
“Well, they’re always a concern, but the last five or six have been home grown. It’s kind of hard to protect against 200 million or so suspects. There are always crazy people.” Paul Puleo Easton “Well, they’re always a concern, but the last five or six have been home grown. It’s kind of hard to protect against 200 million or so suspects. There are always crazy people.” Paul Puleo Easton
“I’m not concerned about it. They will get in no matter what.” Janice Peiffer Hanover Township “I’m not concerned about it. They will get in no matter what.” Janice Peiffer Hanover Township
“I think it’s right to stop people temporarily from coming into the United States.” Yana Agoraniants Brooklyn, N.Y. “I think it’s right to stop people temporarily from coming into the United States.” Yana Agoraniants Brooklyn, N.Y.

PEOPLE SAY

Thursday, February 9, 2017 by DANA GRUBB in Opinion

Presidential executive order or not, how concerned are you about terrorists coming into the United States?