Gheen has dire predictions if amnesty plan comes true

Friday, February 20, 2015
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

An immigration enforcement activist says if the American people fail to stop the illegal alien invasion, it won't be just conservatives who will suffer from the fundamental change that will take place in this country.

"If these illegal immigrants ever reach voting status," says Willaim Gheen, "conservatives will look in horror as taxation and tax expenditures go up."

Gheen, William (ALIPAC)Border enforcement advocates such as Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration, are pleased that U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen has granted a preliminary injunction to temporarily block President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration.

The injunction stops the President's executive action while a lawsuit, filed by 26 states to permanently stop the order, goes through the courts.

A commentary at National Review Online, meanwhile, predicts that an appeals court will overturn Hanen's order, which will make those now praising Hanen unhappy with the results. 

If the immigration plan is approved, Gheen predicts that Second Amendment rights and freedom of speech will decrease while "oppression" of conservatives will increase.

illegal immigrant signThe illegal alien invasion will also destroy liberals, he predicts.  

"They'll see the same type of tyranny and change in the country destroy what it is that they like," he says, "and they won't be so happy about dictatorial actions at that point. There'll be no conservatives there to help them defend the country from this."

The illegal aliens care nothing about Jeffersonian democracies and the rule of law, and they will help transform this nation into the same kind of Third World countries from whence they came.

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