PFA MEMBERS..... BE ADVISED, THERE IS NOTHING MORE CRITICAL AND GRAVE TO OUR NATION THAN DOING NOTHING. WE MUST BURN UP THE PHONE LINES ALL DAY MONDAY AND EACH DAY THEREAFTER..
A major "action event" announcement will occur on Monday, April 18, 2016
We were all advised of an impending "action event" in a post on April 06, 2016. Read that alert here: http://patriotsforamerica.ning.com/forum/topics/alert-attention-all...
You will be able to read about the April 18, 2016 announcement here on PFA as well as public media.
This announcement will be monumental and will likely incite a negative reaction from anti-American activists. Pro-American activists must stand tall, our voice must become louder than the enemy.
Those that love America will react with Constitutional firmness, trust, and prepared to follow "actions suggested/required".
God save the United States of America.
Harry Riley, COL, USA, Ret
You can bump one more off the list to call....we now have 9 cosponsors....https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/114/hres693
It has been over one month since advocates for the families of victims killed by illegal immigrants issued an open letter to the Republican presidential candidates. The letter seeks their support for a new program which would provide aid to the families suffering from the loss of their loved ones.
So far, only one candidate has responded.
Maria Espinoza, co-founder and director of the advocacy group, The Remembrance Project, tells Hannity.com that Donald Trump is the only candidate whose office has responded to their open letter and that the candidate will support a national program to assist families of victims of illegal aliens. Espinoza says, “Their response was immediate and they have stated they will support our efforts in assisting our families.”
According to Espinoza, Senator Ted Cruz’s office acknowledged receiving their letter and passed it on internally within the campaign, but The Remembrance Project has received no further response.
The group also sent the letter to the Kasich and Rubio campaigns.
The open letter - dated March 14, 2016 - asks the candidates to support a program that would provide assistance for funeral, medical and legal costs for the families. The group asks that the candidate’s future administration would, “assist state and local governments in coordinating with appropriate social and legal agencies to provide needed assistance.”
All of that assistance would come at no expense to taxpayers. Instead the program would be funded by a remittance fee on money transfers going outside the United States.
The Remembrance Project is seeking the following to be implemented in every state: