Patriot groups to hold meeting on illegal aliens and amnesty
Arizona is all over the news with supporters and detractors weighing in on its new immigration law. Other states are considering similar measures. As the issue unfolds, local patriot groups will sponsor a meeting Tuesday on illegal aliens and amnesty.
Speakers at the event will include Congressman Lynn Westmoreland and nationally recognized authority on illegal aliens D.A. King.
Event organizers said the estimated number of illegal aliens in the U.S. ranges from 12 to 25 million, with programs in some areas being reduced due to the soaring costs of serving illegal aliens.
Georgia’s annual increase in the number of illegal aliens is almost double Arizona’s and is about equal to California’s, organizers said, and the federal government is doing very little to protect our sovereignty and security and is failing to enforce our laws, thus driving states to enact their own rules.
Though not acknowledged by the mainstream media, Jane’s Information Group nearly seven years ago reported that Middle Eastern and central Asian males were blending in with groups in Mexico as they crossed the U.S. border. The same situation is still occurring today and was noted earlier this month in a report by WSB-TV.
The meeting will be held June 1 at 7 p.m. at the Whitewater Creek Country Club Amenities Center located at 165 Birkdale Drive off Redwine Road.
The event is co-sponsored by the Fayette-Coweta 9.12 Patriots, Fayette County Tea Party and the Coweta Tea Party Patriots.