National Protests Against Illegal Immigration Erupt due to Luis Gutierrez Insult
For National Release
July 22, 2014
James Neighbors, Founder of Overpasses For America
William Gheen, President of ALIPAC
Representatives from among the more than 50 organizations that recently conducted protests against illegal immigration in more than 300 locations nationwide have announced a new larger wave of protests to take place October 24-25, 2014, in response to Congressman Luis Gutierrez's (D-IL) comments about using amnesty for illegals to punish Americans who oppose illegal immigration!
These historic protests against illegal immigration and Congressman Gutierrez's comments about using amnesty to punish Americans will begin outside of district offices of Republican members of Congress who support Gutierrez's and Eric Cantor's immigration amnesty plans. These preceding protests will take place in Tennessee, Washington State, and Michigan on Sat. Aug 2, in Wisconsin on Sat. Aug 9, in Florida on Sat. Aug 23, then in every state October 24 and 25.
Please visit this link to see a complete list of protest locations for Aug 2-25.
"It is time for Americans to unify against immigration reform amnesty and to punish outlandish and corrupt politicians like Luis Gutierrez in the 2014 elections!" said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "Our goal now is to throw every Republican and Democrat who supports immigration reform amnesty instead of our existing borders and laws out of office this year!"
"Representative Luis Gutierrez should resign or face censure by the Congress for his comments that are inappropriate for any elected official or government employee paid by our taxes!" said James Neighbors, founder of Overpasses for America. "The idea that any elected official would even attempt to punish any group of Americans for their political views is not the American way!"
The temporarily named National Illegal Immigration Protest Coalition (NIIPC) would like to work with any sizable organization that is peaceful and racially inclusive as all of the existing groups are. Please visit the master event list (click Here)
to see protest times, locations, and amnesty supporting politicians identified.
For more information or to schedule interviews contact William Gheen(WilliamG@alipac.us) or James Neighbors (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Online event pages have been created to assist protesters at...