You are invited …
to a Public Service Presentation by Jessica Vaughan
“Update on Illegal Immigration:
Border Crisis, Amnesty Status, State Issues”
The free admission, public service program will be held tomorrow,
Monday, September 15th, 7 pm at the Northborough Free Library,
34 Main Street. Doors open at 6:30.
Guest Speaker Jessica Vaughan, Director of Policy Studies, Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), has spent more thantwenty years with CIS dealing with immigration reform issues.
Relevant to her presentation, she explained, “[This weekend]
I am traveling to El Paso for a 3-day law enforcement
conference focusing on the border crisis and related crime
issues. We’ll be making dedicated trips to the border itself.
I will provide an update based on what I learn.”
She also said, “I’ll also give an update on state issues and our recent success in blocking three horrendous bills – “Safe Driving Act”, “Trust Act” and the “Juvenile Act”. I’ll also expand the Governor’s latest move to try to negate “Secure Communities”.
According to Cameron Carey of the Northborough Tea Party, “As concerned citizens, it is vitally important that we absorb Jessica Vaughan’s insights and advice. Amnesty is the single most dangerous threat to America’s future because it is irreversible. ObamaCare is a disaster, but we have a chance to overturn it, or at least revamp it. Not so with amnesty.
Once it is granted, a one-party political system will be created.
Bottom line, we will be turned into a third-world country overnight.”
The event is sponsored by the Northborough Tea Party (NTP).
Admission is free, open to the general public, the Press, and especially students.
Help Spread the Word – Please forward this message to your family, friends and associates, urging them to attend, and also ask them to pass it on to their acquaintances.
RSVP– Please let John O’Mara know if you plan to attend. Having a sense of the expected attendance allows for an optimal seating arrangement.
Arrive Early – A large turnout is expected. By arriving between 6:30 and 6:45 it will expedite the checking-in process. It will also maximize the opportunity for a good parking spot.
Alternate Parking – Free parking is available diagonally across the street from the Main Street side of the Library, behind Trinity Church, 23 Main Street (Route 20), via Hudson Street.