Contact: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) | WilliamG@alipac.us | (919) 787-6009
(Raleigh, NC) Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is issuing an ultimatum to President Donald Trump to honor his campaign promise to end his and Obama’s DACA Amnesty orders or the national organization will rescind its standing endorsement for Trump originally issued on February 29, 2016.
If Trump does not end his DACA Amnesty for illegals without replacement by Tax Day (April 17), 2017, the loss of ALIPAC’s support and endorsement will signal the immigration enforcement movement, Tea Party movement, and American public that Trump can’t be trusted on the powerful campaign issue that made his victory over Bush and Clinton possible.
ALIPAC is also launching a national outreach campaign to locate, organize, and mobilize American activists who are willing to stand up and hold Trump accountable for his campaign promises on immigration law enforcement while fighting legislative amnesty in Congress at the same time.
ALIPAC became the first national organization supporting Donald Trump to begin taking him to task on DACA this past week when activists began calling Trump’s White House at 202-456-1414 to oppose Trump’s Amnesty. This activism campaign was launched after an 18-year-old DACA illegal alien named Oliver Funes-Machado decapitated his mother and threw her head into the yard in front of an occupied school bus in Zebulon, NC. ALIPAC made it clear in the Washington Times on March 10 “It has now become Donald Trump’s DACA amnesty,” he said. “Every minute that (Illegal program) exists, I don’t live in a constitutionally governed America.”
“We want to help the President fulfill his campaign promises, but each day that Donald Trump continues to give DACA amnesty to illegal aliens is a statement to America that Trump breaks promises, lets us down, and is no different than Obama on immigration issues and abuses of power,” declared William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. “We endorsed and fiercely support Donald Trump because he promised the American public a choice against the amnesty and open borders policies of Bush, Obama, and Clinton. But now it appears he may be trying to lead us all to the same place the pro-Amnesty candidates wanted to take the nation on immigration issues. All American citizens and illegal aliens should be held to equal justice and there should be no special class in America that is immune from our existing laws and given American jobs when Congress and our citizens have rejected Dream Act Amnesty legislation several times!”
Obama’s DACA Amnesty orders are exactly like Dream Act and Comprehensive Immigration reform amnesty bills that were defeated in Congress in 2014, 2013, 2010, 2007, and 2006. These orders are now Donald Trump’s DACA Amnesty orders and clearly violate the US Constitution and numerous existing immigration laws that prohibit anyone from employing, aiding, or abetting illegal aliens.
Twenty-six American states are currently suing to stop these amnesty orders that Trump is continuing.
On March 9, 2017, Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) re-filed a bill in Congress that would give amnesty, citizenship and voting rights to millions of illegal aliens. These “Dream Act” amnesty bills usually support amnesty for any illegal alien under 35 that is willing to claim they came as a child.
The big danger is that the Dream Act Amnesty and DACA are part of a larger plan to utilize illegals under 35 to eventually achieve the objectives of full amnesty for most illegal aliens, establish foreign dominance of US elections, and to force permanent open unsecured borders for America.
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC activists, donors, and strategies have played a critical role in defeating legislative Amnesty in Washington, DC, several times since the organization’s founding on 9/11/2004.
ALIPAC is currently seeking more e-mail alert based supporters who are willing to both hold Trump accountable for his campaign promises on immigration and stop Curbelo’s amnesty legislation in DC. For more information, please visit www.ALIPAC.us