Conservatives have always been branded as anti-minority, a characterization which surely will not find consensus. Looked at critically, they seek to remove law, policies, or programs which are intended to help disadvantaged Americans. Whether the intent makes these programs useful or not, again, will not find consensus.
Looked at positively, a very good argument can be put forth that many programs (i.e. affirmative action) are counter productive, by establishing a different set of rules. The intent was to help those being discriminated against, and you can argue about whether it is right or wrong, needed or unnecessary, or effective or ineffective. That's useless positioning. The question is, is it needed still?
Trump has elevated things to a new level. He is seeking to institutionalize a different set of rules on people from specific countries. Although it is not explicitly stated, the inference that we are under attack from radical Islam and these 7 countries are a threat to our country infers that his actions are aimed at a religious group.
I've often wondered how a government can demonstrate fairness and have actually come to a very counter intuitive belief. You cannot keep a tally of who get's what in the hopes that everyone eventually get's roughly the same amount. The only way is for government to be indifferent. No gets special treatment, everyone is treated exactly the same.
Is targeting a religious group a fair policy? Are Muslims being viewed differently than other people? Yes.
By all means, keep our country safe. If your interests are genuinely about national security, make an executive order demanding higher vetting for people from all countries. If you're not willing to do this, then you're masking targeting a religious group with national security.