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    Dave Brat Endorsed For Opposing Illegal Alien Amnesty Supporter Eric Cantor

    Dave Brat Endorsed For Opposing Illegal Alien Amnesty Supporter Eric Cantor

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    February 24, 2014

    CONTACT: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) Press@alipac.us / (866) 703-0864

    ALIPAC is issuing the national organization's 91st federal endorsement to the campaign of Dave Brat for Congress due to his opposition to Eric Cantor and Cantor's efforts to help Obama pass a form of amnesty for 20 million illegal aliens in America that would in turn destroy all immigration law enforcement and borders for the nation.

    "Eric Cantor is one of the top ring leaders in the GOP working to facilitate Barack Obama's nation destroying illegal alien amnesty which would permanently devalue our borders while sending a green light to the next 20 million illegal aliens who will enter America in response to amnesty," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "Dave Brat has indicated he supports our current borders and immigration laws instead of Cantor's law changes to accommodate millions of illegal immigrants with a legal status that will be turned into voting rights later by the courts!"

    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is now supporting 91 federal candidates found on the endorsements page at ALIPAC.us (click here)

    The group's more than 50,000 supporters are asked to vote, volunteer, and donate to the candidates closest to them on the map!

    ALIPAC has also identified 36 GOP members of Congress and 4 GOP members of the US Senate who need to be replaced by more truly conservative Republican candidates in the primaries of 2014 due to documentation proving these 40 Republicans are on board with Obama on the plan to give amnesty to more than 20 million illegal immigrants currently operating with little fear of law enforcement in America today.

    "The fate of America and the fate of amnesty legislation will be decided in the GOP primaries of 2014," said William Gheen. "We need every American focused on these primary battles. If apathy prevails, then so will the Karl Rove faction of the GOP that is pumping out so much money into campaigns to assure that nothing changes in DC."

    Many candidates are completing ALIPAC's single question 2014 campaign survey which seeks to ascertain which candidates support America's existing borders, immigration laws, and majority of citizens who oppose the immigration plans in DC and which ones favor usurping America's existing borders with "immigration reform" amnesty.

    Dave Brat is challenging Eric Cantor in Virginia's 7th district and according to his ALIPAC survey he will "Support Americans and legal immigrants by supporting the adequate enforcement of America's existing border and immigration laws as the US Constitution requires for the protection of American jobs, elections, taxpayer resources, health, and lives!"

    For more information and facts about illegal immigration, please visit www.ALIPAC.us

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    check it out, Cantor is trying to overwhelm Brat with major money (1.9 million) while clinging to his good grades from NumbersUSA to shield off attacks over his support for amnesty!

    Cantor Spends Big While Brat Hammers Immigration Issue

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