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WARNING: the Bipartisan Amnesty Brigade Is Still at Work
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The government may be “shut down,” but open-borders Democrats and Republicans are still working to ram through an illegal alien amnesty bailout for millions of law-breakers and their families at the expense of American jobs and American security.

GOP amnesty cheerleader Paul Ryan said late last week that he may plan to introduce a bill even without majority GOP support.

More sellout Republicans are conspiring behind the scenes.

Democrats rolled out their latest illegal alien pathway package this afternoon.

Enforcement champion Rep. Steve King of Iowa and other border security Republicans are battling the open-borders brigades in both parties. But you need to step up again and make your voices heard. No amnesty. No means no.

There’s no telling when an immigration bill will come to the House floor, what it will say, or who will support it.

Only one thing’s for sure: Steve King will vote no.

And he’s not alone.

The Iowa Republican has organized a small but growing number of conservatives who are committed to voting against any House immigration bill – no matter what it says – because they fear that the Senate will inevitably find a way to add “amnesty” to the equation.

King won’t say how many members he’s got on board, except that it reached “fairly deeply” into the GOP caucus. Lobbyists say it’s somewhere between 20 and 70 members. Even at the low end of that range, it’s enough to prevent any Republican-led immigration bill from passing.

King’s “immigration whip team” began in January, when he learned that a group of House Republicans and Democrats were secretly negotiating an immigration bill that he was certain included a path to citizenship.

Make sure your reps hear from you. Silence is complicity.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Amnesty, Immigration