Tea Party Against Amnesty Protests Announced for April 15
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is announcing protests across America to be conducted on April 15, 2010 in conjunction with existing Tea Party events in protest of the current push for Amnesty legislation in Washington and as a counter measure to the ‘March For America’ marches held nationally on March 21 by bill sponsor Luis Gutierrez.
“Despite the fake polls, bought and paid for by the Open Borders Lobby groups, the truth remains that 80% of Americans oppose Amnesty for illegal aliens and turning millions of illegals into voters would have a catastrophic effect on America,” said William Gheen of ALIPAC. “We will be sending tens of thousands of people out to support Tea Party events on April 15 to properly represent public opposition to illegal immigration and Amnesty for illegals.”
ALIPAC helped build the initial success of Tea Party events in April and July 2009 by leading a coalition of over 20 immigration enforcement groups behind the effort.
On November 14, 2009, ALIPAC directed “Tea Parties Against Amnesty” which rapidly organized protests in over 50 American cities and towns successfully pushing Congressman Luis Guitierrez back from his original dates to file his Amnesty bill.
“This time we have let Gutierrez make his move first,” said William Gheen. “We are moving into position to channel the massive public backlash against Gutierrez’s ‘Marches for America’, which are designed to pass Amnesty for illegal aliens. Our counter protests will be in the Tea Party events on April 15.”
ALIPAC is revamping and re releasing the website
www.AgainstAmnesty.com, which is designed to coordinate the April 15 events. The website was used for the first round of Tea Party Against Amnesty events in 2009.
Tea Party movement supporters who oppose illegal immigration and amnesty for illegals are being encouraged to sign up and show their support.
Any Tea Party event on April 15 that welcomes Americans who oppose illegal immigration and the current Amnesty legislation push in Washington will be listed on the maps. Tea Party supporters are encouraged to arrange candidates, members of congress, and group leaders to speak out at the April 15 events, set up tables, bring signs, and distribute literature opposing illegal immigration and the Amnesty bills.
For more information or to sign up to support Tea Party Against Amnesty events on April 15, please visit www.AgainstAmnesty.com