The ACLU will be appearing before a Federal Judge this week arguing against Hazleton Pennsylvania’s Illegal Immigration Relief Act. With the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants in this country, towns like Hazelton Pennsylvania have begun passing Illegal Immigration Relief Act’s, which are designed to stop companies from employing illegal immigrants, as well as fining landlords for renting to them. The ACLU (the “A” stands for American by the way) along with other civil rights groups have filed a lawsuit against Hazelton and other towns who have passed similar laws, stating these laws are “unconstitutional”.

“We expect the government to make laws that will prevent discrimination, not require it.”– Omar Jadwat ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project Source

Mr. Jadwat and his follower’s unfortunately have forgotten the true meaning of our Constitution, which says “We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union…”. The ACLU has adopted a globalist standpoint with respect to our Constitution, believing it was drafted with the intentions of establishing a one world government with no borders and no boundaries; under which system all the world would live happily ever after. As Newton’s third law has taught us however, “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” In this case the action would be companies employing individuals who are in this Country illegally. The equal and opposite reaction would be a lower employment rate for United States citizens. Hazelton PA and a few select towns across the Country have come to the realization that although it is the Federal Governments responsibility to control illegal immigration, it would be handled much more efficiently on a local level. The ACLU will have you believe the Illegal Immigration Relief Act is discriminatory and racist because it is largely the Hispanic community which is affected. They have referred to this bill as “anti-immigrant legislation”, and referred to the individuals this bill would affect as “undocumented immigrants”. Supporters of the Legislation however site statistics instead of rhetoric.

In court papers, Hazleton officials said illegal immigrants have committed at least 47 crimes since last spring. Illegal immigrants were the subject of one-third of all drug arrests in 2005, and they have driven up the costs of health care and education, say city officials. Source

Our Federal Government has done nothing to protect the people of Hazelton, they therefore are using their Constitutionally protected rights to protect their town. The Tenth Amendment states “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” The people of Hazelton have spoken!   

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