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    GOP Lawmakers Confronted with National Poll showing 4 of 5 Primary Voters Oppose DACA

    GOP Lawmakers Confronted with National Poll showing 4 of 5 Primary Voters Oppose DACA

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    February 8, 2018

    Contact: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) | ALIPAC.us | (919) 787-6009

    ALIPAC activists who oppose illegal immigration and Amnesty are calling GOP lawmakers in DC while seven volunteers visit Republican offices in Washington, DC, touting a new poll that shows likely GOP Primary voters oppose DACA Amnesty 2 to 1 nationally with many red state Republicans facing 80% opposition to DACA Amnesty deals!

    This new national poll commissioned by Americans for Legal Immigration PAC through the Barometer Polling Company used scientific and certified polling methodologies to survey 540 Republican voters who voted in three of the last four GOP primaries found a striking lack of alignment between Republicans who support DACA deals, Dream Act Amnesty, or Rep. Bob Goodlatte's Secure America First (SAF) legislation!

    The poll also sampled hundreds of likely General Election voters including Democrats and Independents to gauge DACA opposition levels in General Elections.

    Nationally, likely GOP primary voters favor America's existing immigration laws over changing laws to accommodate illegal immigrants with DACA Dreamer Amnesty by a ratio of 67% to 33%.

    However, in many red states the readings are even more dramatic! Here are some examples found in the cross tabulation from the Barometer Polling Company survey of likely US voters.

    -- NC likely voters rejected DACA Amnesty by 78.6% among GOP primary voters in GOP house districts and 66.5% in statewide General Elections.

    -- TX likely voters reject DACA Amnesty in favor of existing laws by 80.6% among GOP primary voters in
    Republican held house districts and 77.8% among statewide General Election voters including Democrats and Independents.

    -- TN 83.3% of likely GOP primary voters rejected DACA Amnesty in favor of existing immigration laws.

    -- SC statewide General Election voters rejected DACA compromises by 82.3%.

    -- MS General Election voters chose America's existing immigration laws over DACA 89.2%.

    -- KS 80% of likely GOP primary voters reject DACA as do 66.8% of all likely General Election voters.

    -- FL 90.9% of likely GOP primary voters in GOP House districts in Florida want existing laws enforced instead of DACA as do 58.6% of likely General Election voters.


    (Individual state reports available to media and campaigns upon request.)

    Polling packets with these details are being presented to lawmakers and staff by ALIPAC activists and ALIPAC's President William Gheen who are working hard in DC to counter the large group of George Soros funded illegal immigrants who are pressuring lawmaker offices to pass Amnesty bills soon!

    "These poll results show us that the majority of Republicans in Washington, DC, are committing political suicide if they push a button to vote for any compromise or deal on DACA and Dreamer Amnesty for illegal immigrants," explained William Gheen, who is lobbying DC lawmakers this week. "We are doing our best to warn Republican lawmakers that if they vote for the Trump immigration framework plan, the Senate Amnesty plans, or even the Goodlatte SAF bill, they will be out of alignment with approximately 4 out of 5 of their core constituencies. Unfortunately, our poll and activists are competing with the inaccurate and misleading CBS and Harvard University pro-Amnesty propaganda push polls claiming most Americans want a DACA deal! Our national poll shows the opposite is true so our mission is to get our accurate information to the GOP lawmakers before they make a terrible mistake voting for DACA Amnesty. "

    For more information about ALIPAC's national poll showing super majority support levels for America's existing immigration laws instead of DACA Amnesty deals being pushed by President Trump, Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer, please visit www.ALIPAC.us

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    Mitch McConnell and Senate RINOs to Vote on Amnesty Next Week – STOP THEM! – Call (202) 224-3121

    February 10, 2018 by Jim Hoft


    NO-DACA – NO DREAMERS – NO REWARDING CRIMINAL ACTS – NO OPEN BORDERS



    A recent poll shows large majorities of Republican voters oppose the efforts of lawmakers to give DACA Dreamer illegals Amnesty.





    Mitch McConnell teed up the immigration debate for next week.


    Senate Republicans are set on voting for amnesty for hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens next week.


    They sill have NO IDEA why Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016.

    CNN reported:

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell teed up a pivotal immigration debate for consideration next week early Friday morning, keeping a promise as soon as the Senate voted to end a government shutdown.
    The move to hold an unpredictable Senate debate next week fulfills the promise McConnell made on the Senate floor to end the last government shutdown in mid-January, when he pledged to hold a neutral debate on the immigration issue that was “fair to all sides.”
    McConnell moved on the Senate floor to vote to open debate on the bill Monday evening. The bill McConnell chose was unrelated to immigration, after he had said he planned to use a separate bill for the debate.



    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018...-202-224-3121/


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    Good looking post GP! I hope you and other ALIPACers here will make posts using our materials like this throughout our website.
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