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    John Carney (D-DE-at large) US Congress Voted for Amnesty for illegal aliens

    John Carney (D-DE-at large) US Congress Voted for Amnesty for illegal aliens

    John Carney added to ALIPAC's amnesty supporter list October 2, 2014

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    John Carney Amnesty Support Summary

    Representative John Carney voted for amnesty for illegal aliens when casting a YEA vote for H.R. 15, the "Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act" in the 2013-2014 Congress. This makes Rep. John Carney Barber one of 200 Democrats who voted in support of the Obama backed illegal immigrant amnesty legislation push!

    This bill is what is called a Discharge Petition where the Democrats in the US Congress were seeking enough signatures to force the Senate's illegal alien amnesty bill S. 744 to a vote on the House floor. The Democrats had hoped that at least 20 of the Republicans who also support Obama's amnesty would sign the discharge petition to bring amnesty to a vote and pass it.

    Thanks to hard working American activists and over 100 conservative Republicans in Congress who oppose amnesty for illegal aliens, the bill failed to make it to Obama's desk!

    If Representative John Carney 's vote for HR 15 had succeeded and S. 744 had passed the House, it would have granted amnesty and citizenship to tens of millions of illegal aliens.

    The resulting new voting bloc of illegal aliens would then dominate US elections, turning almost all states solid Democrat blue for decades to come while simultaneously ending any campaign or any candidate who would stand up for securing America's borders or preserving our Republic or our Constitution!

    Many more Americans would die or lose their jobs and communities along with countless taxpayer monies due to unending future waves of tens of millions of illegals from around the world pouring in as a reaction to our borders, republic, Constitution, elections, and existing immigration laws being permanently undermined by mass "immigration reform" amnesty for illegal immigrants!
    Last edited by working4change; 10-17-2014 at 02:54 PM.
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