Weekly Newsletter – August 2nd

America First is Here to Stay

The “America First” thesis passionately advocates prioritizing American interests over the interests of profit-driven elites and globalist ideologies, emphasizing the vital role of a government who puts its own citizens first.

Lawmakers, led by Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH), are gaining strong support for this approach – introducing resolutions to exclude DACA recipients from Obamacare benefits, establish English as the official language, and impose upfront fees in the tens of thousands on aliens seeking admission into our country. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), and Rep. Troy Nehls (R-TX) have aligned themselves within this sphere, bringing bills to Congress that would end birthright citizenship, implement a ten-year immigration moratorium, and support Angel families impacted by violent acts committed by illegal aliens, respectively.

RUSSO: Vance is America First

Rural Texas: Not Immune to the Harms of Illegal Immigration

In Beverly Hills, Texas, a disturbing incident involving a 49-year-old illegal alien, named Jesus Silva, was arrested and charged with indecency with a child for sexually abusing a young girl under the care of foster parents. The Beverly Hills Police Department is investigating potential additional victims which is raising concerns about further instances of abuse. Silva remains in custody at McLennan County Jail as the community grapples with this horrifying revelation.

Illegal Alien Accused of Sexually Abusing Girls in Texas Foster Care

Rep. Arrington: Texas can Secure Its Own Border

Congressman Jodey Arrington of Lubbock held a press conference supporting Governor Abbott’s actions to protect Texas’s border with barriers. Arrington’s H.R. 50 seeks to formally recognize states’ constitutional power to defend their borders, countering the DOJ’s baseless lawsuit against Texas. Strong Borders President Chris Russo praised Arrington’s efforts saying: “We applaud Congressman Arrington for recognizing the extraordinary powers granted to the states under Article I, Section 10, Clause 3 of the U.S. Constitution” and urged other Texas Congressmen to show solidarity with the state by co-sponsoring the resolution.


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