ALIPAC Issues Statement: NC High School Supporting Illegal Aliens
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is issuing the following statement today in support of the group NCFIRE and the Tea Party groups that plan to protest the decision of Concord High School to aid and abet illegal aliens by allowing the Mexican consulate to issue bogus ID cards to illegal aliens on the morning of Saturday September 25.
The protest will be outside Concord High School 8-12am at 481 Burrage Rd (The intersection of Miramar St NE and Stadium Dr NE) in Concord, NC. The purpose of the protest is to raise awareness of citizens that Concord High School is using taxpayer resources to help illegal aliens obtain bogus ID needed to remain unlawfully in the US.
“It is a violation of Federal law to aid illegal aliens in America and only illegal immigrants need the matricula consular cards issued by the Mexican government to their citizens at these kinds of events,” said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. “Legal immigrants and American citizens do not need these bogus matricula cards and a taxpayer funded High School is an improper location for Mexico to aid illegal aliens. It sets a very bad example for our school children.”
ALIPAC feels that the actions of the Concord High School and Mexican Consulate constitute violations of Section 8 USC 1324(a)(1)(A)(iv)(b)(iii) of the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act. This Act clearly states it is a violation of Federal law applied to anyone who “conceals, harbors, or shields from detection” or “encourages or induces an alien to come to, enter, or reside in the United States, knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that such coming to, entry, or residence is or will be in violation of law” or “aids or abets the commission of any of the preceding acts”
“Concord High School is taking advantage of our unenforced Federal immigration laws. Since illegal aliens are the only people in America that really need a matricula card, it is clear that Concord High School will be aiding and abetting illegal aliens that need bogus ID documents to remain unlawfully in the US at this event,” said William Gheen. “We hope Concord High School will follow the example set by the Cumberland County Community College and cancel this event.”
NCFIRE (North Carolinian’s For Immigration Reform and Enforcement) , led by James Johnson, has called for a protest to be held outside of Concord High School on Saturday September 25, from 8-12am. Attendees are encouraged to bring American, North Carolina, and Gadsen flags only along with tasteful signs and banners. Several other NC groups including many Tea Party groups are now supporting the protest.
ALIPAC is circulating information about the planned protest and ALIPAC’s President, William Gheen, hopes to attend to show his support for NCFIRE’s efforts and his opposition to bogus ID cards being issued to illegal aliens in American High Schools.
ALIPAC will also request that members of the Concord police department and the Cabaruss County Sheriff’s department set up a license checkpoint near the School Saturday morning since there is strong reason to believe that illegal immigrants will seek the services offered at the school and NC and surrounding states have recently taken steps to prevent illegals from having driver licenses.
“We want to know if the illegal aliens attending this event are still getting licenses and tags in NC or from nearby states,” said William Gheen. “We hope the local police will conduct a license check to make sure that everyone coming and going from Concord High School is sober and properly licensed.” We also want more police on hand Saturday due to the statistical increased risk of criminal behavior by illegal aliens documented in other states, and because some of those seeking bogus ID from Mexico may be fugitives seeking new identities and alias’s.”
Matricula ID cards are not issued in Mexico. The Mexican government dispenses them to Mexican citizens, legal and illegal, inside the US. Few background checks or verifications are done and the ID is so bogus that even Mexican banks refuse to accept the Matricula as a valid form of ID.
North Carolina residents are encouraged to contact Concord High School ( (704) 786-4161) and members of the Cabaruss County School Board to respectfully request they cancel Saturday’s event since bogus ID will be issued to illegal aliens on school property.
For more information about the national organization, Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, or to schedule interviews about this protest, ALIPAC’s recent efforts to defeat the Dream Act Amnesty legislation in Washington, or ALIPAC’s 151 endorsed Federal candidates, please visit www.alipac.us