December 9, 2012

ACLU: “…stop the senselessness of continuing to build a border enforcement regime” – Intercepted Pearl Harbor Day email from the illegal alien lobby

Posted by D.A. King at 4:41 pm - Email the author   Print This Post Print This Post  

Below I post a copy of the text of several emails received here yesterday.

“…stop(s) the senselessness of continuing to build a border enforcement regime.” – Vicki B. Gaubeca
Director, Regional Center for Border Rights
ACLU of New Mexico

With the coming fight in congress regarding a repeat of the failed 1986 “one-time” amnesty for illegal aliens, what do you do on Pearl Harbor Day 2012 if you are part of leftist ACLU, open borders – La Raza network who will always fight against immigration enforcement – no matter the outcome of the legalization plot? You send out a national call to supporters to sign on to a letter to Dear Ruler urging him to end the border security and enforcement concept. American borders and immigration laws being such evil, mean-spirited, anti-family-unity human and civil rights violations and all…

This email was sent here by several readers. Apparently it went nationwide. It seems that the ACLU open borders agenda was a bit too clear for some in their anti-enforcement network. One sender included a note saying that he could no longer “remain silent” on the ACLU’s radical platform and asked me to share this in case it helps. We’ll see.

Note from D.A.: I have deleted the last ACLU senders’ names here to protect the people who forwarded me the email from the despicable open-borders ACLU critters, who are protected by the MSM.

I have sent this entire mail to the following news agencies/people: Senior immigration reporter at the New York Times, senior immigration reporter at the Associated Press, senior reporter, show host at WABE FM Atlanta which is the local NPR station here in Atlanta, Washington DC political reporter for the AJC, assorted pro-enforcement immigration reduction leaders in Washington, so far one congressman and several Georgia state legislators.

I included the following observation to the reporters: “1000 to 1 – against: the odds I put on the (the news outlet you work for – ie: Associated Press, NYTimes…) ever telling the American public about this effort or agenda.” dak

After I hit “post” here I will send it to a senior immigration reporter at the WSJ.

Please send word if you see pigs soaring down your street or any part of this in any “news” report. Ever.

The intercepted ACLU email below:

Begin forwarded message:
From: **** *****@acluga.org
Date: December 7, 2012 9:16:27 PM EST
To: ########
Subject: ….. FW: PLEASE SIGN AND HELP GET SIGN-ONS: Obama Letter [see attachment] (Note from D.A. – text of attachment HERE)

[Attachment(s) from **** **** included below]

From: rwg@lists.rightsworkinggroup.org [mailto:rwg@lists.rightsworkinggroup.org] On Behalf Of Jumana Musa
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2012 3:49 PM
To: rwg@lists.rightsworkinggroup.org
Subject: [rwg] FW: PLEASE SIGN AND HELP GET SIGN-ONS: Obama Letter
Importance: High

*apologies for cross posting*

Please see the message below and attached sign on letter from Vicki Gaubeca of the ACLU Regional Center for Border Rights. If your organization would like to sign on, please contact Vicki directly at vgaubeca@aclu-nm.org

Hello colleagues,

As you may know, there have been many recent conversations at the federal level, both by the President and the U.S. Members of Congress, about reforming immigration policy. Unfortunately, these dialogues are also continuing the rhetoric of ‚Äúsecuring the borders‚ÄĚ as a necessary part of ‚Äúcomprehensive immigration reform.‚ÄĚ

Border communities, particularly in along the U.S.-Mexico border, have experienced a massive increase of border enforcement resources and personnel. This massive increase has come with very few corresponding accountability and oversight mechanisms, which has led to an increase in civil and human rights violations, traumatic family separations in border communities, and racial profiling and harassment of Native American/American Indians and Hispanics/Latinos‚ÄĒmany of whom are U.S. citizens and have lived in the region for generations.

Several border organizations have written the attached letter to President Obama, urging his Administration to adopt a reform plan that recognizes the growing need for accountability among our border officials and stops the senselessness of continuing to build a border enforcement regime.

Please consider signing your organization to this letter. In addition, please circulate this letter throughout your networks to encourage additional signatures.

All sign-ons should be sent to Vicki Gaubeca at vgaubeca@aclu-nm.org as soon as possible but no later than Wednesday, January 2, 2013.

Thank you again for your consideration.

Best
Vicki

Vicki B. Gaubeca
Director, Regional Center for Border Rights
ACLU of New Mexico
P.O. Box 727
Las Cruces, NM 88004-0727
(575) 527-0664 office
(575) 373-5789 cell
(575) 527-0111 fax

Learn more about the ACLU of New Mexico at http://aclu-nm.org/

This communication is for use by the intended recipient and contains information that may be privileged, confidential or copyrighted under applicable law. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby formally notified that any use, copying or distribution of this communication, in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited. Please advise the sender immediately by reply e-mail and delete this message and any attachments without retaining a copy. This communication does not constitute consent to the use of sender’s contact information for direct marketing purposes or for transfers of data to third parties.

ACLU logo is here in original email…”