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A very interesting post from www.NumbersUSA.com about the new DHS secretary hearings. This follows this post about fighting against the current immigration surge. This follows this post about Barack Obama and “Faith Leaders” attempting to pass immigration amnesty.. REMEMBER, “Amnesty” means ANY non-enforcement of existing immigration laws! This follows this comment and this post or about how to Report Illegal Immigrants! For more about what you can do click here and you can read two very interesting books HERE. Comprehensive Amnesty Threat
Six Senators Question DHS Nominee on Lack of Immigration Enforcement
posted on NumbersUSA
Six GOP Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee have sent a letter to Homeland Security Secretary nominee Jeh Johnson about the administration's lack of enforcing immigration laws. The Senators posed more than 50 questions asking Johnson for his opinion on how former Secretary, Janet Napolitano, dealt with enforcement and whether or not he would pursue a more aggressive approach to enforcement.
The letter was signed by Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Jon Cornyn (R-Texas). Not suprisingly, the letter was not signed by the two GOP committee members who cosponsored the Schumer-Rubio amnesty bill - Sentators Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.).
"At your confirmation hearing, you stated that, '[I]f confirmed, I will work to implement all legislation enacted into law,' the letter reads. "While we may have different views than President Obama on how to reform our immigration system, we have all repeatedly expressed our strong disapproval of the refusal of this administration -- and DHS in particular -- to enforce our immigration laws, contradicting duly enacted federal law through administrative orders and internal memoranda.
"These actions have eroded the rule of law and undermined Americans' confidence in their government. We hope you will commit to discontinuing these lawless policies if confirmed."
For more information, see the Daily Caller.
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