Hundreds of Protests Against Illegal Immigration Nationwide on July 18-19
For Immediate National Release
July 16, 2014
William Gheen, President of ALIPAC
James Neighbors, Founder of Overpasses For America
(405) 788 0266
Three national organizations have formed a broader coalition of groups
that are now arranging more than 300 protests against the Obama-inspired illegal immigration surge on America's borders that will take place on July 18-19, 2014.
Overpasses for America, Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC), and the new group that initiated the protests Make Them Listen are pleased to announce that American citizens who are encouraged by the turning back of Obama's illegal immigrant filled buses in Murrieta, California, and Oracle, Arizona, are now joining protests of varied sizes at state capitals, Mexican Consulates, overpasses, intersections, and illegal immigrant drop off points and detention facilities.
To view our rapidly growing list of protests, please visit this link and check often for updates...
"Our goal is to unify Americans of every race, political party, and walk of life against this Obama-inspired invasion of our American homeland!" said William Gheen
, President of ALIPAC. "We want to harness the grass roots backlash forming out there and channel it into the remaining GOP primaries and general elections of 2014 to throw as many immigration reform amnesty supporters out of office as possible this year!"
"This border crisis is a result of Obama's dereliction of duty and his refusal to honor his oath of office, our laws, our borders, and the US Constitution that guarantees that 'all states shall be protected from invasion'" said James Neighbors
of Overpasses for America. "We need to protest and elect new members of Congress who will stop Obama's abuses of power and this invasion. Obama is making it clear that he cares more about illegal immigrants than the American citizens of all races who elected him."
More than fourteen American organizations are now working in coalition to support these historic protests, and more groups and protesters are expected to join the effort each day. To schedule interviews or for more information about each group and protest, click here
or email William Gheen(WilliamG@alipac.us) or James Neighbors (firstname.lastname@example.org).