Immigration Reform Amnesty Legislation Defeated for Next 3 Years by Americans
RALEIGH, N.C., Dec. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Immigration reform amnesty for illegal aliens has failed to pass in 2013 due to lobbying efforts from activists who represent the majority of American citizens opposed to such legislation and due to the political quagmires on the budget and healthcare.
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is announcing the Defeat of Amnesty 2013 which has been the national organization's year long focus and battle cry while also pointing out that immigration reform amnesty for illegal aliens is likely doomed for the next three years.
"The off election year of 2014 and the resulting loss of amnesty supporters who will be defeated by the public next year will shut down legislative amnesty, hopefully for three years!" said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "The invasion and amnesty supporters have made a big tactical mistake. We stopped them from getting their Amnesty bill to Obama's desk and now we know which Republicans and Democrats need to be thrown out of office in 2014."
ALIPAC is focusing attention on a list the group is circulating of 35 GOP members of Congress who have been detected secretly working with the Obama administration to pass amnesty for illegal aliens. Four incumbent GOP members of the Senate up for reelection in 2014 are similarly targeted for removal.
Removing lawmakers who support immigration reform amnesty from office will occur because a large majority of Americans do not support a path to citizenship for illegal aliens that would in turn create a new voting bloc of prior illegals in American elections which would permanently destroy all borders and immigration law enforcement. Speaker Boehner knows this and has told business leaders he will help Pelosi and Obama pass amnesty after filing closes in 2014.
While illegal alien invasion supporters tell the media they hope to eventually overwhelm American defenders through continued illegal immigration and very high birth rates among the new arrivals, and that they want Obama to increase his risk of impeachment by further violating the Constitution with decreed amnesty, ALIPAC is encouraged by this change in the tide of the struggle.
For more information about ALIPAC's fight against illegal immigration and amnesty or to access the lists of GOP lawmakers that need Republican primary challengers to defeat them in 2014 please visit www.alipac.us.
SOURCE Americans for Legal Immigration PAC