(NationalSentinel)Â Immigration: We realize the president of the United States – unless he’s Barack Obama facing a timid GOP Congress – cannot make or change immigration law by himself. But caving in to Democrats (and Republicans) over promises made on the campaign trail has cost President Donald J. Trump one of his endorsements.
Top immigration reform (as inÂ immigration ‘time out’) group ALIPAC has published a letter withdrawing its support of Trump after the budget “deal” struck between Democrats and the GOP majority that didÂ not include funding for Trump’s promised border way andÂ defunding of so-called “sanctuary cities.”
The letter, published here, reads:
ALIPACâ€™s Open Letter Regarding Trumpâ€™s Lost Endorsement
by William Gheen
May 2, 1017
We realize that todayâ€™s press release announcing that ALIPAC is dropping our endorsement of Donald Trump (VIEW RELEASE) is likely to cause much concern and disappointment among Americans like us who oppose illegal immigration and Amnesty for illegals. We hope that this open letter will help answer some of your Frequently Asked Questions.
This is Not â€œFake Newsâ€
While we certainly understand that after the heavy barrage of false and misleading claims made against Donald Trump over the last two years by liberal groups, activists, and members of the media, most Trump supporters are rightfully skeptical of any claims that would be damaging to Trump. That is not the case with ALIPACâ€™s dropped endorsement, press release, or concerns.
We are reporting on Trumpâ€™s real decisions and actions while in office, and these statements and deliberations are being made by Trump supporters and people who wanted Trumpâ€™s promises to be real. We strive to be highly accurate at ALIPAC even if we must deliver news you donâ€™t want to hear or believe is true.
We are not â€œliberalsâ€
While there are many liberals that support ALIPACâ€™s mission to save every American job, tax resource, and life we can from the perils of illegal immigration, we are not a â€œliberalâ€ group. Many liberals in the media and politics are highly subjective and prone to making false and exaggerated claims on a regular basis. At ALIPAC, we pride ourselves on our adherence to the truth and it is through the power of truth that we have prevailed in many battles against those forcing illegal immigration upon us all.
While Americans for Legal Immigration PAC prides ourselves on our support from Americans of all backgrounds, races, ages, and walks of life, the largest segment of our groupâ€™s supporters would be accurately described as conservatives, most vote Republican, and all are true American patriots.
We represent an important part of Trumpâ€™s base of support that is leaving the â€œTrump Trainâ€ because of President Trumpâ€™s broken promises on his most important powerful issue: illegal immigration.
The Power of ALIPACâ€™s Endorsements
While ALIPAC has always been a small budget operation, our ability to influence elections, legislation, and policies has been based on our extensive volunteer support. ALIPAC volunteers are Americans whom we have organized since 9/11/2004 who care deeply about Americaâ€™s future. Our past contributions and accomplishments are the reason amnesty has been defeated in Congress at least five times in the last ten years.
And while we do not have the funds that the open borders groups and industries like the US Chamber of Commerce have, our predictions have been highly accurate. ALIPAC has often been the first organization to lead the charge into burning buildings and the first to run out and warn others of impending collapse, so to speak.
While we may be one of the first groups representing Trumpâ€™s base on immigration issues to leave the fold, we wonâ€™t be the last. ALIPACâ€™s announcement about Trump will be considered as a warning sign among many American patriots that we have been lied to, misled, and betrayed, and our warning will have far reaching implications for the Trump administration and his band of pro-Amnesty advisors and cabinet members.
Republican cowards in Congress are to blame for this as well, having deferred to their open-border, cheap-labor corporate donors rather than send a budget bill containingÂ legislationÂ that helps him accomplish his immigration agenda. If the Democrats won’t sign on, it isÂ they who are responsible for the resulting government shutdown, not the GOP.
Trump has tweeted that he would support allowing the government to shut down in September if Democrats continue to thwart him. The GOP “leadership” will cave again, so Trump had better be prepared to veto the budget if it does not contain funding forÂ hisÂ (and the American people’s) immigration priorities.