- Please watch the Tea Party Patriots Action ad and share it with your friends on social media. Also be sure to like it on YouTube.
- Help us keep the pressure on Capitol Hill to reject the amnesty proposals circulating in Washington, DC. Call the Capitol switchboard at 202.224.3121 and ask to be transferred to both of your Senators’ offices and to your U.S. Representative’s office. (You will need to call three times to be transferred to each office.) We have talking points below for your use.
- Use social media to help inform others about the dangerous details of this amnesty proposal.
- The American people want a secure border and an “America first” immigration policy, and we want our nation’s immigration laws respected.
- Congress must stand up for the rule of law and say NO to amnesty for illegal immigrants.
- Americans want an end to chain migration. This policy is out of touch with our nation’s immigration needs.
- E-Verify is a simple tool that helps employers determine if a prospective employee is in the country legally. Mandatory use of E-Verify would go a long way to curbing illegal immigration in this country.
- The White House’s proposal is deeply flawed. At a minimum, Americans want to see stronger assurances that our nation is prioritizing border security — not amnesty. This proposal is amnesty first, not border security first.
- For too long, Americans have been promised a border wall, but we have made concessions along the way, including past amnesties, without ever getting the wall completed. It is time for us to get serious about securing the border.
- The White House proposal makes a grave mistake by increasing the number of beneficiaries of this amnesty from the original 690,000 DACA recipients to an incredible 1.8 million (and likely more!) illegal immigrants.
Over the weekend, Tea Party Patriots Action released a new ad calling on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to step down from his post if he continues to refuse to do his job.
Last week’s media:
The Washington Times: Memo on FBI surveillance of Trump campaign turns up heat on Deputy A.G. Rod Rosenstein