Invasion legislation stalled in Senate by conditional Trump voters who refuse Amnesty

The chances that legislative Amnesty for illegal immigrants and increased numbers of green cards for cheap workers from India and China will pass into law took a major blow today as Trump voters willing to hold the President accountable for his
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RALEIGH, N.C. - Aug. 2, 2019 - PRLog -- Invasion legislation stalled in Senate by conditional Trump voters who refuse Amnesty

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The chances that legislative Amnesty for illegal immigrants and increased numbers of green cards for cheap workers from India and China will pass into law took a major blow today as Trump voters willing to hold the President accountable for his campaign promises and make their support for GOP candidates conditional pushed major immigration legislation beyond the six week Senate break!


DC special interests had a plan to rush through an immigration bill backed by White House surrogate and life long Democrat Jared Kushner and notorious Amnesty backer Senator Lindsey Graham (https://www.alipac.us/f8/sen-graham-spills-beans-kushner-...) earlier this year, but after months of heavy resistance from grass roots groups like ALIPAC, momentum for those Democrat House passed Amnesty bills and green card allocation bills like HR 1044/S. 386 has stalled.

"The chances these unpopular bills on immigration issues will pass into law in 2019 have fallen from high to unlikely thanks to the Trump voters out there who have been willing to make their support for GOP incumbents conditional upon lawmaker actions on immigration issues," declared William Gheen (https://www.alipac.us/William-Gheen/), President of ALIPAC. "By mounting activist pressure on Republican offices in DC while raising the specter of lost support in the 2020 election cycle, we have pushed back these immigration bills we oppose. The chances of legislative Amnesty being passed in 2019 by Democrats, Kushner, and RINO Republicans like Graham have just taken a major blow!"

ALIPAC was the only national organization willing to take President Trump to task for supporting Amnesty legislation for illegals (https://www.alipac.us/f8/trump-fraud-immigration-issues-handing-permanent-power-democrats-371962/) and breaking many 2016 campaign promises on immigration issues such as--

-- failing to secure the border,
-- failing to end Obama's DACA Amnesty,
-- failing to end birthright citizenship,
-- failing to build new miles of border wall,
-- failing to oppose Amnesty for illegals,
-- failing to oppose legal immigration increases,
-- failing to stop illegal alien caravans,
-- failing to end catch and release Presidential policies,
-- failing to stop sanctuary cities and illegal voters,
-- and failing to mass deport illegal immigrants as he promised voters last month, three months ago, and in 2016.

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