You have no business being outraged at Trump's plan to ban Muslims or at those who support his plan. You see, that's the problem. We're dealing with two competing ideologies. One that still hearkens to old viewpoints that tend to see 'those people' over there as the ones who are the enemy. And the other that sees 'those people' in our own back yards who refuse to conform to progressive ideals as the enemy. And both have no problem feeling that rights, freedoms, liberties and general human dignity shouldn't apply to their pet groups of enemies.
In fact, the only ones being consistent right now are the non-Donald Trump GOP candidates, at least those who condemned the incarceration of Kim Davis and are now condemning what Trump has suggested. If there are Democrats who have done both, then they are in the clear as well. But if you support one or the other, or in some ways have tried to dismiss or minimize one while attacking the other, then you are part of the problem. A problem that is moving fast toward tearing down what America ever was, and rebuilding it in a likeness unlike anything we've seen in our past that isn't associated with the worst of our history.
Oh, and that includes those who shuffle their feet and him-haw around trying to redefine our stances by saying things like 'maybe if you work in the world you should support gay marriage, you just don't have to once you're behind church doors.' You aren't helping.