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Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Collegians Summit Talks Immigration

Eagle Forum Collegians Summit, held in Washington DC every year, is an event where conservative college students can network with other like-minded students. They hear from leading conservatives and legislators on the most current issues facing our country. At this year’s summit, one of the issues that received the most attention was the hotly debated immigration problem. This should come as no surprise: one of the speakers was Ann Coulter, author of the New York Times bestselling book “Adios, America!” Coulter pointed out in her talk that “Nothing is more important than who gets to live and vote here.” She talked about the many dangers that illegal immigrants pose to American citizens, including the large number of illegals who commit violent crimes against Americans after they get here. She talked about people like Juan Emmanuel Razo, an illegal immigrant who was charged with the attempted murder and rape of a woman while she was taking a walk on a bike path with two children.

Another speaker, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton, pointed out that these incoming illegal immigrants are shaping elections and giving Democrats the votes they desperately need to win. Of the millions of illegals who are pouring into our country, statistics have shown that 80 percent of them vote Democrat. While the Democrats get their votes, Establishment Republicans get the low-wage workers that corporations want. Everyone is a winner in this situation except the American people. Not only are Americans at risk of violent crime, but our tax dollars are at risk of going to illegals who come to America for the many services that our government provides. Eagle Forum Collegians Summit is an event where young conservatives can learn these truths that they might not otherwise hear on campus, so they can be informed conservative voices for their generation.

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