Yesterday, Judge Brett Kavanaugh appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee for the beginning of his confirmation hearing for the U.S. Supreme Court. Predictably, you attempted to thwart even holding a hearing on the Judge’s nomination, rather than focusing on his record.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released its FY 2017 Entry/Exit Overstay Report, which says that 701,900 foreign nationals overstayed their visa. The Washington Examiner notes the amount is greater than the number (526,901) who crossed the southwest border illegally that year.
Please confirm Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement.
- Ending enforcement of immigration laws would harm vulnerable Americans the most
Americans want to cut immigration. The polls show this. Any immigration bill coming out of the House has to make deep cuts in immigration numbers next year and 10 years from now.”
I hope I can count on you to support legislation that requires all employers to use E-Verify. With 15 million Americans unable to find a full-time job and millions more suffering from the ramifications of a stolen identity, passing E-Verify is the single best action you can take to end illegal hiring and turn off the jobs magnet.
E-Verify can act as a major deterrent for future illegal immigration. As long as employers are able to hire illegal workers, foreign nationals will continue to attempt to enter the country illegally, either through illegal border crossings or overstaying a visa.
I hope you are contemplating what can be done to prevent the caravan of Central American economic migrants from illegally entering the U.S. and claiming asylum.
Facebook and Google lied to us, and they must be stopped.
In a national poll of our nation’s police officers, 81 percent say that teachers and school administrators need to be armed to stop tragedies such as the one happened in Florida recently.
Our nation’s responders have a point — because the alternative is not working.