Open Borders Advocates Use Semantic Straw Man to Deny Fentanyl Crisis and Migration Crisis Are Related
Our MissionFAIR’s mission is to examine immigration trends and effects, to educate the American people on the impacts of sustained high-volume immigration, and to discern, put forward, and advocate immigration policies that will best serve American environmental, societal, and economic interests today and into the future.
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Biden Largely Ignores the Border Crisis He Created, While Calling for Amnesty for Illegal Aliens, Charges FAIR
Border Coalition Calls on House Republicans to Deliver on their Commitment to Restore Order at the Border
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- Legislation updates that directly impact your local scene
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It’s easy to become emotional about topics like immigration reform. For those of us who have grown up with and embraced the concept of sovereignty, it’s difficult to imagine a country, a nation without secure borders. And without the policies and legal processes that keep our sovereignty as originally imagined, we risk losing it all to those who embrace an agenda of mass uncontrolled immigration, sanctuary cities and cheap labor.
And yet, that is the very real threat we are facing today from anti-border radicals. And that’s why real action is needed — action that is part of that definition, part of that protection that we all value most.
Indeed, until all of us who care deeply about this issue take action, immigration reform is simply an intellectual exercise. And clearly, thought and words and sentiments are simply not enough to see us through.
Make no mistake, FAIR is fighting back by launching new projects and initiatives that:
- Put America first,
- Stop the flow of federal money to sanctuary cities, and
- End the terrible policy of chain migration.
But this is a battle that we can’t fight alone. And one way you can help, right now, is a donation or even a monthly contribution of $25, $50, $100 or more to the preservation of the America we know and love.
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