Tuesday, June 25, 2019


Let's roll ALIPACers!
Please call the White House and Senator McConnell to say....

"No Amnesty deals with Democrats, secret legislation, or rushed bills that deprive Americans of a chance to know what you are voting on!"

And then call and write every GOP Senator you can as quickly as possible...
US Senate Contact Info at...

While making thousands of calls against this Kushner Amnesty plot to DC, please read and circulate the press release below to every talk radio show, website, and social media channel you can.

You are our Paul and Paula Reveres! 
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Next Sneaky Kushner Amnesty Deal Surprise Vote by June 28

For National Release | June 25, 2019

(View activism meme for social media and online version of release at)

ALIPAC is mobilizing activists who played a strong role in defeating Amnesty legislation in DC 10 times since 2004 to call the White House, Senator Mitch McConnell, and all GOP Senators to demand they back away from a new secretive Amnesty deal with Democrats, which is likely to have a surprise vote on or before Friday, June 28.

ALIPAC's goal is to rapidly inform, organize, and mobilize Americans who represent the majority of US citizens who oppose Amnesty for millions of illegals in order to pressure President Trump and Senate Republicans to call off the Kushner arranged deal because it will make illegal immigration worse while having a devastating impact on Republican down-ballot campaigns across America.

ALIPAC believes there is a Trump-Kushner-Graham-Schumer Amnesty plotafoot where Amnesty legislation could be rushed to the President's desk without the American public being given time to learn of, read, or respond to the Amnesty legislation.

This is the successful method Kushner's DC Amnesty backers used to pass Amnesty in H.J. Res. 31 (Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2019), which President Trump signed on February 15 despite the pleas of Angel parents who begged Trump not to sign it.

Trump's Feb 15 bill H.J. Res. 31 broke several campaign promises by raising H2B unskilled labor visas and by establishing a temporary Amnesty for millions of illegal aliens in section 224(a) where it prohibits current government funding from being used to detain or deport illegal alien minors and their sponsors. (Read text HERE)

President Trump signed Amnesty for millions of illegals in HJ Res 31 without the knowledge and consent of the American public because section 224(a) reads "None of the funds provided by this Act or any other Act, or provided from any accounts in the Treasury of the United States derived by the collection of fees available to the components funded by this Act, may be used by the Secretary of Homeland Security to place in detention, remove, refer for a decision whether to initiate removal proceedings, or initiate removal proceedings against a sponsor, potential sponsor, or member of a household of a sponsor or potential sponsor of an unaccompanied alien child (as defined in section 462(g) of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 "

More recently, Trump angered many of his base supporters this week after feigning interest in mass deportations of illegal immigrants as a pressure tactic to bring Democrats to the table to support an Amnesty deal on immigration. ALIPAC accurately predicted Trump was lying about mass deportations as a tactic to pressure Democrats into accepting a deal on Amnesty for illegals.

Trump admits this desire to pass an Amnesty deal for millions of DACA and Dreamer illegal aliens in his first Spanish language news interview on Telemundo June 20, 2019, where he says, "The Dreamers... I am willing to make a deal. I always have been. But Pelosi and Schumer don't want to make a deal." (View Video at 5:29 HERE)

"We are mobilizing our activists against the secretive Trump-Kushner Amnesty deal because the President just gave Democrats two weeks to accept the deal, which means they must pass something before lawmakers return home for the summer break this Friday, June 28," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "This matches the tactic Trump and Kushner used to pass the last Amnesty bill H.J. Res. 31 by rushing it into law at the end of a press cycle on top of the major holiday of Valentines Day 2019. That is why we are telling Americans they need to fight back now before a new larger Dream Act/DACA Amnesty for millions of illegals lands on Trump's desk by the end of this week!"

Trump recently foreshadowed part of the Trump-Kushner Amnesty deal strategy when he claimed, "The Democrats should come in and 15 minutes to an hour we can have it all solved. It’s so simple,” (View Source)

ALIPAC is encouraging all Amnesty opponents to mobilize against this sneaky Amnesty deal before it can be rushed through Congress at the end of this week to be announced in the holiday weekend press cycle dead zone.

Activists should call all GOP Senators to warn, "No Amnesty deals with Democrats, no secret legislation, or rushed bills that deprive Americans of a chance to know what you are voting on!" starting with President Trump's White House (202-456-1111) and Senate leader Mitch McConnell's offices (202-224-2541).

For more information on ALIPAC's 15-year successful mission to stop Amnesty legislation for illegals in DC, or to schedule interviews, please visit www.ALIPAC.us

Kushner Unveils Economic Plan for Palestinians: ‘We View Our Job as To Try’

Palestinian female supporters of the Islamic Jihad protest against the Bahrain economic workshop in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah on June 18, 2019. - Israel will attend an upcoming conference on the economic aspects of Washington's peace plan aimed at resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Foreign Minister Israel Katz …

The White House over the weekend released its economic plan to create a global investment fund to bring prosperity to Palestinian territories and neighboring Arab state economies, as part of its long-anticipated strategy for peace between Israel and the Palestinians.

The plan, dubbed “Peace to Prosperity,” envisions bringing more than $50 billion in investment over ten years to transform the West Bank and Gaza — akin to a Marshall Plan, except it would rely on foreign business investment versus aid funding.
Indeed, the goal of the plan is to end Palestinian reliance on donor aid entirely and create a thriving business sector that will help develop their economy from the ground up. Of the more than $50 billion, $26 billion would be from low-interest loans, $13.5 billion would be from grants, and $11.5 billion would be from private capital.
The plan would fund projects to improve nearly every aspect of life for Palestinians, such as a $5 billion transportation corridor to connect the West Bank and Gaza. The plan includes 179 infrastructure and business projects. It envisions creating a million jobs over tehn years in the West Bank and Gaza, reducing the unemployment rate from 30% to single digits, reducing their poverty rate by half, and doubling their GDP.
Jared Kushner, a senior adviser to the president and his son-in-law, has worked on the plan for the last two years.
“I would have to say that this is one of the hardest problems that exist in the world, and there’s been a lot of attempts at it, which I think have all been very well-intended, and noble attempts to try and solve it,” he told Reuters in an exclusive interview on Saturday.
“What we’re hoping to do is to create a framework where we can change the discussion and get people to look at these problems differently and more granularly, and hopefully in a way that can lead to some breakthroughs,” he said.
Specific details of the plan were released by the White House on Saturday, ahead of a two-day workshop in Manama, Bahrain, where a U.S. team led by Kushner will meet with regional finance officials, businesspeople, and stakeholders. Palestinian officials are planning to boycott the workshop, although some Palestinian business leaders are expected to show up.
“The reason we’re calling it a workshop and not a conference is because we want to get feedback and hopefully finalize it so that we can then coordinate a lot of the aid efforts and investing efforts to really drive results,” Kushner told Reuters.
The political peace plan was expected to be released before the economic plan, but that was postponed until after parliamentary elections later this year. The economic plan would only take place if a political peace plan is agreed upon.
The economic plan has been criticized by Palestinian leaders and Middle East experts in Washington as impractical, especially without having the political peace plan. Kushner defended the plan in a recent exclusive interview with Reuters as a novel effort to change the paradigm of a peace deal between Israel and Palestinians completely.
“We view our job as to ‘try.’ It’s very easy to find reasons why this could fail, we think about that all the time, but our job is to try to be more optimistic and to come up with situations that could maybe change the paradigm, and I hope by seeing this plan that we’ve spent a lot of time working on…people start to look at this problem from different lens,” he said.

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