By preventing a Hillary Clinton administration we’ve dodged a potentially fatal bullet to American democracy, but the mere act of electing Donald Trump won’t automatically make anything better. What we will have, however, is a real opportunity to address the crippling, urgent problem of illegal immigration – which for the first time ever became a high-profile campaign issue in U.S. elections.
There are illegal immigrants roaming the streets of Virginia and Pennsylvania this election season, and they are telling Americans to vote for Hillary Clinton and other Democrats.
CASA in Action, a nonprofit political and legislative advocacy organization, has recruited a number of recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, to go door to door in the two critical swing states on behalf of Democrat candidates for office.
by Rick Moran * 7 October, 2016
Banana Republics around the world are being invited to send representatives to the US to monitor polling places on election day. Just think how much about voter fraud we can learn from them!
President Obama has invited the foreigners ostensibly to make sure that all the illegal aliens, non citizens, felons, and dead people who want to vote, will get to cast their ballot.
by Robert Spencer [Frontpage] * 12 October, 2016
The Washington Examiner reported last week that “at 42.4 million, there are now more immigrants, legal and illegal, in America than ever before, fueled by a massive flood from Muslim nations….And while the doors remain open on the U.S.-Mexico border, the biggest percentage increases in immigration are all from largely Muslim nations.” What could possibly go wrong? Hillary Clinton knows, as she revealed in a 2013 email that makes her current public position on immigration absolutely inexplicable.
Just 14 years ago Democrats in Congress supported cutting off US visas from dangerous countries. Now, supposedly, that would be “racist”. But in the meantime, jihadist subversives have easy pickings if they want to get in to the Great Satan, and they certainly do.