‘Immigration Surge’ protests across America 18-19 July

‘Immigration Surge’ protests across America 18-19 July

Reports are beginning to surface from the 300-plus citizen-organized protests on July 18-19 focused on deep concerns about the immigration surge of supposed “refugees” swamping our border control resources, under the banner of the “National Days of Protest against Immigration Reform Amnesty & the Illegal Immigration Surge”.

With a coalition of more than 50 groups and organizations of various sizes, protests against illegal immigration and the Obama inspired surge of illegals at America’s borders took place in more than 300 locations. The protests were highly visible and some were small with a handful of people on overpasses with others being larger with hundreds of people.

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As Californian Michael Bennett noted during the Carlsbad overpass demonstration, “We may have a small number here, but the honks and thumbs-up that we are seeing demonstrate that Americans are taking this issue seriously and are very unhappy with how this immigration-surge disaster is being handled.” …

Via the National Days Of Protest Against Immigration Reform Amnesty & The Illegal Immigration Surge Facebook site comes these items describing other protests:

  • Michelle Prescott in Conroe, TX: “We had about 125patriots show up! We had several media outlets both TV and print come out to take photos and do interviews.  We had other groups join us as well… Montgomery County Tea Party, Texas Patriot PAC, Texan Nationalist Movement and ALIPAC. It was an amazing day!
  • Robin Nottin in Lexington, KY: “Lexington, Kentucky had a great turnout in the rain. Lots of horn honking, “thumbs up” and waves.”
  • Kelli Cook, Alabama: “280 in Alabama!”

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