ALIPAC Asks Governor Brewer to Take Immigration Fight to Supreme Court


Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is responding to Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s call for financial assistance while encouraging her to take the battle over SB 1070 all the way to the Supreme Court.

ALIPAC is making a donation and encouraging supporters to donate via while supporters call Brewer’s office to encourage her to continue the fight to secure America from the illegal alien invasion.

“It is disappointing that parts of our courts and own government would side with illegal alien invaders against Americans,” said William Gheen of ALIPAC. “But our nation is infiltrated on every level, and this invasion of millions of illegal aliens and the death and damages they cause are supported by traitors from within our borders. Why would anyone stop a state from mirroring and enforcing existing federal laws ratified by Congress?”

ALIPAC is also encouraging members of the US Congress to file and pass legislation specifically authorizing states to enforce existing immigration laws. Such legislation could help prevent activist judges from aiding and abetting illegal immigrants.

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC supports any and all lawful and civic remedies designed to combat, stop, and reverse illegal immigration in America. ALIPAC fought to help pass SB 1070, and then became the first national group to help spread the legislation to 24 other states while defending Arizona’s actions online and in the media.

“We stand with Arizona as long as she stands with the vast majority of Americans who want our local police and individual states fighting to limit or stop this invasion,” said William Gheen. “The American public must rise up in political revolt to protect American workers, students, taxpayers, and voters from this mass lawlessness that threatens to destroy the United States as we have known it.”

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