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Tillis recruited by Dems for Amnesty sellout

 
The Democrats are looking for Republican collaborators in the US Senate to support Biden's radical amnesty for illegal aliens, and Senator Thom TIllis (RINO-NC) is one of their top targets to betray America and American workers.  According to media reports, leftwing Democrat Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois is leading the effort, and Tillis is one of his top targets to swing over from the GOP.
 
Tillis has a track record as supporting amnesty and at times even opposing building the wall on the southern border to stop illegal migration.  The latest Democrat effort extends to providing a path to citizenship for illegal aliens.
 
The Republican platform at both the state and national level staunchly opposes amnesty for illegal aliens, and polls of voters show that Republicans in particular, but also all Americans are opposed to amnesty for illegal aliens.  However some special interests in big business see this as a way to get cheap labor and don't mind that it also hits the wages of American citizens.
 
 
So is Tillis for the special interests or for regular Americans?  Call or email his office and tell him not to betray us on amnesty.

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( January 31st, 2021 @ 8:45 am )
 
Thank-you for that observation.

Republican voters will support politicians like the recently elected North Carolina Senator because the Democratic Socialists are far worse by comparison, and then we wind up with the Mitt Romneys, the Ben Sasses, the Richard Burrs, the Liz Cheneys, the Greg Murphys, the John McCains of the Republican Party.

We need strong grass roots primaries for those that tend to trend in directions that damage the Republican brand, and make it safe for the Nominal Republican to work hand in glove with Democratic Socialists to destroy our Republic, a Constitutional Republic that is teetering terribly right NOW.
( January 31st, 2021 @ 8:33 am )
 
Tillis has always been an amnesty whore, but if he does this, there is no chance I could ever hold my nose for him again, like I did in the last election. Since then, Tillis was also one of the two RINO's (Rubio is the other) who got the provision inserted into the Covid relief bill in December that gave illegal aliens families $2,000 stimulus checks whlle American citizens only got $600. Tillis ought to run for the Mexican Senate instead of the US Senate.



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