Sitting down at Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday, I recalled what it means to be an American. Thankful for our democratic values and commitment to the rule of law, I pondered how and whether unmanaged immigration will take it all away.
The Obama Administration's executive fiats over the past seven years have threatened the key underpinnings of democracy: faith in law and our self determination. Immigration is now a defining issue in the 2016 elections.
Will our nation uphold our commitment to enforcing our immigration laws? Or will we irrevocably open our borders even to those who will not embrace our democratic ideals?
Today is #GivingTuesday-a day dedicated to charitable giving following our national holiday dedicated to giving thanks. Today we have an historic opportunity to give back to our country by standing up for our sovereign right to control our borders. And today, your gift will make double the impact with a #GivingTuesday matching offer!
Thanks to your support, FAIR has been able to build pressure to reverse dangerous policies, like "sanctuary cities," and un-vetted refugee expansion. More Americans are turning to FAIR for solutions and are eager to get involved. However, a coalition of special interests want to censor the immigration debate and intimidate Americans from voicing their legitimate concerns about virtually uncontrolled immigration.
That is why FAIR is launching multi-million dollar ad campaigns across America to bring Americans out of the shadows and into the immigration debate. A generous individual has offered a 1:1 match to bolster our efforts at this critical moment.
P.S. Amnesty hardliners are terrified that Americans are speaking up for responsible immigration enforcement. Will you help FAIR continue the push by contributing to our national ad campaigns? Your gift will be doubled on #Giving Tuesday.
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