Recently, her office was protested. Article below.
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Driver’s license denial sparks protes
|Illegal Immigration Comes Roaring Back — Here’s why.
Roy’s Quoted in USA Today; Also, Our Financial Support of ICE Lawsuit Discussed in Business Week
Obviously, the drop in illegal immigration was too good to last! After the crash of 2008, thousands of illegal aliens returned to their home countries because they, like millions of Americans, lost their jobs here. Fewer would-be illegal aliens risked the uncertain trip to sneak into the country. Illegal immigration began dropping.
Now, however, with a slightly improving economy and with the open-arms welcome of the current administration, a just-released study finds illegal border crossings are back up.
We’ve got to fight back. We ARE fighting back. Read what Roy said in a USA Today article Friday:
Yet Roy lays much of the blame for the illegal immigration surge at a political door. USA Today continues:
We’re outraged that the administration so casually set aside the U.S. Constitution to issue the DREAM Amnesty edict this summer. As we predicted when it was announced that most illegal aliens under age 31 would get work permits, there’s been a surge in new illegal immigration. Word’s out — get to America, stay here long enough, and some politician will give you an amnesty.
This executive branch power grab has to be resisted. Congress must make immigration law, not the president. As you know, two months ago NumbersUSA agreed to pay for a federal lawsuit by 10 ICE agents, including the officers of the ICE agents union, against Janet Napolitano. Now, the state of Mississippi has joined the suit.
The plaintiffs’ aim is to stop the DREAM amnesty in its tracks as unconstitutional and harmful to agents and whole states.
We’ve had huge news coverage of this lawsuit over the past two months. A couple of days ago, Business Week ran an article explaining how and why the ICE agent union president Chris Crane, and some of his fellow officers, were willing to anger the bosses of organized labor by suing the administration over the DREAM amnesty edict. The article also mentions our role:
Stephen, I know you’ve been keeping up with the news about this lawsuit. And I know you are as upset as we are that the administration is ramming through an amnesty over the heads of Congress.
This lawsuit is as expensive as it is necessary. I know the upcoming election has dominated the attention of all of us… and many of our supporters’ giving. But we mustn’t forget this critical immigration issue. Please help us now as we work to keep America in balance.
I’ve printed the list below a couple of times now. Yet, if you’ve not read the “top 4 reasons the ICE agents sued,” I urge you to do so now.
Without this lawsuit, as many as two million illegal aliens will be given work permits, allowing them to compete for jobs with the 20 million Americans who cannot find full-time work. Without the financial support of NumbersUSA, this lawsuit would not have been possible.
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