We have frequently expressed our disappointment over Paul Ryan’s support for Barack Obama’s illegal executive amnesty, his cozying up to Luis Guitierrez to pass “comprehensive immigration reform,” and his facilitating Obama’s refugee resettlement. Now some of his constituents are paying attention.
Just last week we reported that Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, says that Paul Ryan is going to help Hillary get amnesty within her first 100 days!
An immigration watchdog group hopes to repeat the successful campaign that helped unseat Eric Cantor in 2014 by launching a similar ad targeting House Speaker Paul Ryan, highlighting his support for President Obama’s executive amnesty decrees, sanctuary cities for illegals and Syrian refugee resettlement programs.
The ad by Americans for Legal Immigration PAC hammers “Lyin Paul Ryan” for his leading role in negotiating a $1.1 trillion omnibus bill that fully funded Obama’s amnesty plans, sanctuary cities, and expanded refugee program.
While at the same time he was talking publicly against Syrian refugees, Ryan was working behind the scenes to round up the votes to fully fund Obama’s plans to increase the total influx of refugees from 70,000 to 85,000 this year and 100,000 next year. The refugees will come from countries throughout the Third World, including 10,000 this year from Syria, a country infested with jihadists fighting for ISIS, al-Nusra Front, al-Qaida and other religious fanatics trying to bring down secular dictator Bashar Assad. Another 7,500 or more will come from the America-hating Somalia, about 5,000 more from Afghanistan and at least 10,000 from Iraq. Even the Buddhist-majority country of Burma is offloading its Muslim population to the United States, with thousands per year coming from that country.
The ALIPAC ad campaign is modeled after its “Thank Eric Cantor” automated call campaign in 2014 that was broadcast into GOP households via automated calls and radio ads. ALIPAC’s messages and efforts were part of the historic defeat of Cantor, the former Republican House majority leader from Virginia who supported amnesty for illegals. Cantor was defeated in the GOP primary by Dave Brat, R-Va.
ALIPAC launched the campaign against Ryan Friday via automated calls, radio ads planned for talk radio stations in Wisconsin and a YouTube video that activists are being asked to watch and circulate.
The Wisconsin primary is Aug. 9 with Ryan squaring off against businessman Paul Nehlen.
If you live in Paul Ryan’s district and you are wondering what you can do to stop amnesty, open borders and resettlement of thousands of unvetted “refugees,” support challenger Paul Nehlen. His website is here. Spread the word! If Eric Cantor could go down, so could Paul Ryan.
Kudos to Donald J. Trump for saying he isn’t ready to support Ryan. In view of his support for amnesty, open borders and Obama’s “seeding” our country with “refugees,” I don’t think Mr. Trump should ever get “there.” The Jurassic media is spinning the unwillingness of Mr. Trump to back Ryan as pure politics, or another example of the GOP nominee’s petulance, but I disagree. The issues of immigration and refugee resettlement are not only existential issues for this country. They were the issues that catapulted Mr. Trump to victory in the GOP primaries.
I implore my fellow patriots in Wisconsin to send a message to the elites by defeating Paul Ryan in next week’s primary.