Leaders of the Democrat Party have said for years that they are the "party of the people". They claim to care about the working class and say they will bring jobs.
As Asheville Democrat City Councilman Cecil Bothwell pushes for a resolution to make Asheville a "sanctuary city" for illegal immigrants, ask yourself if the Buncombe County Democrat Party is looking out for you.
In the next few days, watch the Buncombe County Democrat Party leadership very carefully. See how many of it's leaders like Senator Martin Nesbitt, David Gantt, Susan Fisher, Sheriff Van Duncan, Heath Shuler and the Asheville City Council speak out against their friend Cecil Bothwell.
Advertising that Asheville is a "sanctuary" for illegal immigrants will impact all of Western North Carolina. Not only will more jobs be lost in Buncombe County but the surrounding counties as well. It will increase drug trafficking, crime, and hospitals will overflow with illegal's seeking free health care at the cost of the tax payers high insurance premiums.
So how do you put a stop to this?
Don't call all these politicians personally. Instead, go straight to the source. Go to where their money flows from. Make one phone call to the Buncombe County Democrat Headquarters at (828) 274-4482. Ask the volunteer that answers the phone if they care about your job and patch you through to their party Chairman. Tell their chairman their so called "party of the people" better listen to the people or their leaders will be out of a job come November!
I urge all Buncombe County citizens to check out the Buncombe County Republican Party and learn how we are fighting for you!
Remember, local Democrat leaders always tell you they care about the culture of our mountain heritage. We must stop these professional liars before we are all forced to speak a foreign language.
On March 31, the Asheville Citizen-Times reported:
Asheville City Councilman Cecil Bothwell has crafted a civil liberties resolution that he says would keep local authorities out of enforcement of immigration laws. ...
The measure would bar city departments and employees, including police officers, from participating in the enforcement of federal immigration laws. ...
But approval of the resolution would have a limited impact because the Asheville Police Department already takes “no part in the federal enforcement of immigration laws,” police spokeswoman Melissa Williams said.
“The majority of immigration violations are considered civil and are enforced through a civil deportation process,” she said. “We do not have the authority to enforce federal immigration law, nor do we wish to have that authority.”Read the full article