June 2, 2013

D.A. King blacklisted at his U.S. Senator’s office – Will Georgia’s Johnny Isakson vote with the Obama Dems on amnesty-again ? Wednesday JUNE 5 RALLY INFO!

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  • Added October 12, 2016: Establishment Republican/Chamber of Commerce takeover of Georgia almost complete.

Former Isakson Chief of staff, Chris Carr has been named Georgia Attorney General today.  

More background HERE.


D.A. King blacklisted at his U.S. Senator’s office – Will Georgia’s Johnny Isakson vote with the Obama Dems on amnesty-again ?

After Americans beat the 2007 amnesty, I won a blacklisting tournament at the Washington Post.

Now, Chris Carr, Chief of Staff to U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA) has blacklisted yours truly!

Before a short explanation, let me express my gratitude to this arrogant hotshot for validating the hard anti-amnesty work we have been doing here in Georgia for the last decade. Thank you Chris Carr. And Johnny Isakson!

For months, various pro-enforcement Georgians have been trying without success to get a meeting with our Republican Senator, Johnny Isakson, concerning what is now the Schumer-Rubio amnesty scam in the Senate.

Our concern is that he will vote with the Obama Democrats to legalize 12-20 million illegal aliens who are currently living fearlessly in Obama’s new America.

We all know that Marco Rubio is providing fading political cover. And that the establishment GOP has set up PACS and funding to help bail out alleged “conservatives” who may want to satisfy the powerful business lobby with another legalization.

And that newly legalized low-wage workers would add millions to the Democrat voting rolls.

So does Johnny Isakson. He knew it in 2007 too.

When amnesty was last tried Isakson and Senator Saxby Chambliss were involved in writing the 2007 Kennedy-McCain amnesty. They dropped out only when it became clear that the American people were paying attention and could not be hood-winked on the empty promises of legalization now, security and enforcement later. Just like 1986.

It must be noted here that Chambliss is not running for re-election. And that at a recent press conference, every GOP candidate running to replace him expressed their firm opposition to amnesty-again.

Through the selfless and diligent efforts of my friend Ms. Jan Barton, we were able to set up a meeting with Senator Isakson. Then word came that the Senator would not be available, but we could meet with his Chief of Staff, Carr, limited to ten individuals.

Carr insisted that we send in a list of names of the people who would be in attendance, for a Monday, June 3 meeting @ 2:00PM at Isakson’s Atlanta office near Cumberland Mall.

After the list was sent to Carr, he replied with an email to Jan Barton that either D.A. King was excluded or the meeting would be cancelled. I insert that mail below for posterity. And for Primary season, 2016.

From: Jan Barton
Sent: Friday, May 31, 2013 10:01 PM
To: Carr, Chris (Isakson)
Subject: List for Monday’s meeting

Dear Chris,

This is the list for Monday per our conversation.
We look forward to seeing you then. Please let me
know if you have any questions.

1. Julianne Thompson
2. Dr. Geraldine Wade
3. Bob Ross
4. Harold Bost
5. Jack Staver
6. Conrad Quagliaroli
7. Michael Opitz
8. D.A. King
9. Jan Barton
10. Michael Fitzgerald

—– Original Message —–
From: Carr, Chris (Isakson)
To: ‘janbarton
Cc: Tate, Edward (Isakson) ; Kirchner, Joan (Isakson) ; Kilpatrick, Trey (Isakson) ; Brown, Toni (Isakson)
Sent: Friday, May 31, 2013 10:33 PM
Subject: Re: List for Monday’s meeting

Thanks, Mrs. Barton for the list.

I will not participate, however, in a meeting with D.A. This stems from interactions between he and I back in 2007. Therefore, I would provide the following options for proceeding forward:

1. I meet with you and the other 8 individuals without D.A. being present at the meeting, or
2. We cancel the meeting.

I will await your response.


The meeting has been canceled.

Let me say it clearly: Chris Carr is a coward. But an intelligent coward. Carr knows that the ridiculous talking points and obfuscations he has been sent out with would not work too well if I was there to respond with the educated truth in front of the list of very active patriots.

I don’t think my most recent opinion column in Georgia newspapers has helped the Senators with their sales-pitch to voting Georgians. We don’t think this excellent citation for most of the lies in the Gang of Eight presentation has helped either.


The short version on the 2007 “interactions” to which Carr is referring? I listened in on a conference call Isakson and Chambliss set up then to try to sell the 2007 amnesty to our state legislators. It was a hoot. I hear Sen. Isakson was rather upset. To save space, you read about that enjoyable endeavor HERE.

Senator Isakson’s office is down the street from Senator Chambliss office . We have scheduled a one-hour lunch-time rally aimed at Isakson for Wednesday, June 5 @ NOON on the sidewalk on Akers Mill Rd. adjacent to Chambliss’ office. Like we did in 2007. (PHOTOS and AJC write-up HERE.)

More later. Please try to attend and show “Johnny” your “feelings.”

Johnny Isakson is running for re-election in 2016.

You can call his offices in Washington DC and in Atlanta ( please do!)

Atlanta Office
One Overton Park
3625 Cumberland Blvd, Suite 970
Atlanta, GA 30339
Tel: (770) 661-0999
Fax: (770) 661-0768
Washington D.C. Office
United States Senate
131 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Tel: (202) 224-3643
Fax: (202) 228-0724