July 7, 2015

26 days: Criminal illegal aliens in Gwinnett County Georgia: Reality bites.

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26 days: Criminal illegal aliens in Gwinnett County Georgia: Reality bites.

On January 12, 2009, the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department and Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) began a 26-day surge at the jail to check all inmates for their immigration status.

At the end of the 26 days, ICE had placed detainers on 914 foreign born inmates in order to begin deportation proceedings. These numbers revealed that 68 percent of our foreign born population at the jail is here illegally.

The following chart lists the charges on those inmates with detainers. Fifty-four percent of the 914 had a previous criminal history. The vast majority of those with prior criminal histories had previous criminal histories in Gwinnett.

See the stats HERE.

 

Read this and then contact Governor Nathan Deal – Republican   404-656-1776

GEORGIA IMMIGRATION POLL THAT REPUBLICANS IGNORE: Registered voters in Georgia overwhelmingly oppose amnesty when asked about immigration’s impact on American jobs, according to a recent poll

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“The poll also showed lopsided support for a pending state bill that prevent illegals in Georgia from getting drivers’ licenses.”

See the poll questions and responses HERE.

From the Daily Caller:

“Registered voters in Georgia overwhelmingly oppose amnesty when asked about immigration’s impact on American jobs, according to a new poll.

Ninety percent of Republicans and 70 percent of Democrats said that Americans “should get the future jobs in Georgia” prior to the hiring of foreign workers.

Only 5.3 percent of Republicans say jobs should go to the cheapest workers, either Americans or foreign. This compares to 12.8 percent of Democrats and 16.2 percent of independents who say the same.

Those answers contradict the conventional media portrayal of GOP voters as anti-worker, and highlight the growing GOP focus on the lower-income workers who strongly oppose wage-cutting immigration. That populist trend helped businessman David Purdue win his Senate seat in 2014, despite his conflict with the state’s Chamber of Commerce.

“We asked clear, straightforward questions on the topic of jobs, immigration and enforcement,” said D.A. King, founder of the society, in a statement.

The answers showed “the majority of Georgians comprehend the connection of employment and wages to the importation of large numbers of foreign workers and incrementally deferring to legally dubious [November] executive amnesty decrees from Barack Obama,” King said.

The poll also showed lopsided support for a pending state bill that prevent illegals in Georgia from getting drivers’ licenses…” More HERE.

 

Jerry Gonzalez and Corporate Georgia-funded GALEO Commends Fulton County Commissioners for urging Sheriff to decline ICE hold requests

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Speaking of blood on your hands…here is a press release from GALEO and an added reminder of just who (hint: big business and some Republicans) supports and finances these anti-borders extremists.

GALEO Commends Fulton County Commissioners for urging Sheriff to decline ICE hold requests

GALEO Commends Fulton County Commissioners for urging Sheriff to decline ICE hold requests

PRESS Statement: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.

Media Contact: Jerry González, GALEO Executive Director Tel.: (404) 745-2580 / Email: Jerry@galeo.org

September 3, 2014 (ATLANTA, GA)- Fulton County Commission scheduled a vote today on a Resolution urging the Fulton County Sheriff to “implement a policy to decline detainer requests from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

Jerry Gonzalez, Executive Director of GALEO, testified today before the Fulton County Commission urging them to adopt the proposed resolution which was co-sponsored by four County Commissioners and led by Commissioner Joan Gardner. The Fulton County Commission had heard from community members of SONG, GLAHR and 9 to 5, in previous weeks of public comment period educating the commissioners on the issue and why the immigration holds were bad public policy and bad for our communities.
Gonzalez, issued the following statement after the Fulton County Commission passed a resolution, 6-0, today urging the Fulton County Sheriff to decline ICE hold requests:

“On behalf of GALEO, I would like to commend Fulton County Commissioners’ leadership and resolution urging the Fulton County Sheriff to stop honoring the ICE hold requests in order to keep families together but to also enhance public safety. We urge the Fulton County Sheriff to move forward quickly and implement the recommendation.

Since Fulton County is the first jurisdiction in the state with such a recommendation, GALEO would also like to encourage other jurisdictions in the state to adopt similar policies and stop honoring the hold requests from ICE.”

About Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO)

GALEO’s mission is to increase civic engagement and leadership of the Latino/Hispanic community across Georgia.

CORE BELIEFS: Inclusive, Non-Partisan, Diversity, Responsive

USCIS: “Deferred action (on deportation) does not provide lawful status” Attention Georgia DDS!

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“Deferred action does not provide lawful status.”

Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
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Update: Due to a federal court order, USCIS will not begin accepting requests for the expansion of DACA on February 18 as originally planned. The court’s temporary injunction, issued February 16, does not affect the existing DACA. Individuals may continue to come forward and request an initial grant of DACA or renewal of DACA under the guidelines established in 2012 and discussed below. Please check back for updates.

This page provides information on requesting consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA). You may request DACA for the first time or renew your existing period of DACA if it is expiring. Please select:

Request DACA for the First Time Renew Your DACA

What Is DACA
On June 15, 2012, the Secretary of Homeland Security announced that certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several guidelines may request consideration of deferred action for a period of two years, subject to renewal. They are also eligible for work authorization. Deferred action is a use of prosecutorial discretion to defer removal action against an individual for a certain period of time. Deferred action does not provide lawful status.

USCIS website HERE.

June 18, 2015

Action Needed Now! Stop the Establishment Republicans who have teamed up with Barack Obama! NO ON TPA – again

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The below plea is from a NumbersUSA Action Alert

Friends,

Last week the House of Representatives rejected an expansion of Pres. Obama’s executive authority over immigration by defeating TPA — the fast track trade bill. This bill would give him full authority to negotiate America’s trade policy with foreign countries, including increasing the flow of foreign workers into the United States to compete with American workers for jobs.

But House Speaker John Boehner isn’t giving up and is doing everything in his power to help expand Pres. Obama’s executive authority!

Today, the House will re-vote on a standalone TPA bill that, if passed, could have a devastating impact on American workers and their wages. The vote is expected to take place at NOON ET today, so please call this morning!

Call Congress NOW!
CAPITOL SWITCHBOARD — (888) 995-2086

Please dial the toll-free number above that will connect you to the Capitol Switchboard. When the operator answers, ask to be connected to Representative Price’s office. You can use the following talking points when talking to the staffer.

I strongly urge Representative Price to vote NO on TPA, H.R. 2146, when it comes to the House floor for a vote today!

This bill would expand Pres. Obama’s authority over immigration by allowing him to negotiate changes to existing federal law in free trade agreements. Supporters of this bill have refused to include language to prevent trade agreements from allowing new foreign workers to take U.S. jobs.

Please vote NO on TPA, H.R.2146!

June 9, 2015

#TPA

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June 3, 2015

ACTION NEEDED: Eight state House seats are in special election mode. Candidates should be pushed to pick a side (we pick pro-enforcement).

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ACTION NEEDED: Eight state House seats are in special election mode. If you let them, many of the candidates will shy away from talking the crime of illegal immigration. Don’t let them, even if it isn’t your district.

FACT: According to DHS, Georgia ranks number seven in the nation in its population of illegal aliens and has more illegals than Arizona. Before he stopped even mentioning this crime, Republican Georgia Governor Nathan Deal used an estimate of “$2.4 billion” as the annual cost of illegal immigration to Georgia taxpayers. This dwarfs the controversial and much-publicized recent Republican/Chamber of Commerce – pushed $1 billion dollar annual tax increase for highways and bridges.
It has always been the publicly stated intent of the Republican-controlled state legislature to oppose illegal immigration. We should strive to elect pro-enforcement candidates in the coming special elections.

FACT: Illegal aliens who have been rewarded by Obama with “deferred action” on deportation are still illegal aliens. While the Obama admin says they have “lawful presence” due to the work permits and SSNs he gave them illegally, DHS and the Obama DOJ make it clear that they are still illegal aliens who do not have ‘legal status.” Howling that his illegal amnesty was ‘for the children,” Obama expanded the DACA program by removing any age limit and then created another illegal amensty “for the parents’ called “DAPA” in November, 2014. His incrementalism is easy to see. Georgia is one of 26 states suing the Obama administration to stop the DACA expansion and implementation of the DAPA amnesty.

FACT: Right now, more than 15,000 illegal aliens have a Georgia drivers license and we are now offering unemployment compensation to the illegals with deferred action on deportation.

FACT: Decades-old Georgia law prevented all illegal aliens from accessing a drivers license, a state ID card and most public benefits. But it was written using the term “without lawful presence” to exclude illegals. Now, because of Obama’s illegal amnesty, the state law needs to be changed to require only applicants with “legal status” to be eligible for a DL, ID card and most public benefits.

FACT: Since 2006, many bills under the Gold Dome were passed aimed at deterring illegal immigration in Georgia. Having become law, many of these rules are now ignored and enforcement is considered optional by far too many in Georgia government.

Special election candidates should be urged to defy the Chamber of Commerce, the Democrat party and the Establishment Republicans by taking a clear pro-enforcement position in their campaigns. Many seem to be trying to ignore illegal immigration and illegal employment altogether.

Message points for all candidates:

1) We want to hear your clear position on illegal immigration in Georgia and we want to hear specifically what you plan to do to deter that crime if elected to the Georgia House. According to Obama’s own DHS, the illegal aliens that Obama has rewarded with delayed deportation are still illegal aliens.

2) Right now, more than 15,000 illegal aliens have obtained a Georgia drivers license or state ID card and are accessing public benefits. Besides our jobs and benefits, we are providing unemployment benefits to illegal aliens. Only candidates who pledge to change state law ending this practice cane considered “pro-enforcement.” We want to hear that you are against the current on-going state level amnesty that matches the intent of President Barack Obama.

3) With a cost of more than $2.4 billion each year, illegal immigration is not a separate issue from our taxes, educational services, transportation, law enforcement, health care or quality of life.

We will only support Rule of Law legislators.

Special Election for State House District 24, candidate contact information

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Special Election for State House District 24, The election is in less than 2 weeks and advance voting has begun.

Please contact these candidates and urge them to pick a clear side on illegal immigration!

Sheri Gilligan (R) website and Facebook and Twitter

Will Kremer (R) website and Facebook and Twitter

Ethan Underwood (R) website and Facebook and Twitter

David Van Sant (R) website and Facebook and Twitter

May 26, 2015

Quick fact: Up to 400K children born in UDSA every year to illegal aliens. (1 in 10 births).

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Quick fact: Up to 400K children born in UDSA every year to illegal aliens. (1 in 10 births). HERE

May 22, 2015

Letter to the editor, Macon Telegraph: Day of reckoning

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Day of reckoning

On Wednesday, Richard Powers asked how licenses are given to people who speak no English. It’s very simple. The Republican Party in Georgia, along with the Democrats, is doing the bidding of business interests in the state who want cheap third-world labor. They have to make it convenient for them to stay here and take jobs that employers refuse to hire Americans to do. Don’t let the paid spokespeople in the media fool you. It isn’t just menial farm jobs. It is in industries across the spectrum from construction to information technology. Driver’s licenses, welfare, unemployment, whatever it takes to keep the business interests happy and the cheap labor in Georgia, they will do it. They despise working class Americans like you and me.

The short term profits are far more important than building our own economy and taking care of our own people. So what if the immigrants increase the burden on our schools, hospitals, law enforcement, courts, prison system and public assistance? They don’t think that far ahead because they can’t see past their hatred of their fellow Americans and their disgust at the idea of paying an American a decent wage so he can support his family and be a productive citizen who, in the long run, will contribute far more to the economy than the cheap Third World labor they are bringing in. Their day of reckoning is coming and it can’t come soon enough.

— Mike Ganas

Macon

Read more here: http://www.macon.com/2015/05/22/3758894/this-is-viewpoints-for-friday.html#storylink=cpy

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