Informed Citizen RepCom

“New Way Forward Act?!”

This Bill is Not in the Interest of American Citizens

…and that is putting it very lightly.

Click here to read it.

  • It allows illegal aliens to enter our country with more of a criminal background than before, to include felonies.
  • It also makes falsifying a passport not punishable by deportation.
  • Violent crimes like robbery and sexual crimes will no longer be automatically deportable because “crimes of moral turpitude” will no longer be seen as automatically deportable
  • Then, it allows many of those who have been deported for committing felonies and misdemeanors to come back.
  • Yet those who commit serious offenses in the future to stay and not be deported.
  • Additionally, it adds time constraints like “due process” (48 hours) for detainees initially, and others being held get a bond hearing every 60 days.
  • The bill figuratively ties the hands of law enforcement at the border.
  • Illegal immigrants receiving State Driver’s Licenses? This is already happening in California. What happened to REAL ID?

Here is an article by Representative Bradley Byrne (R – Alabama) with his insight regarding this bill.

Take a look at the Bill, and you will see that as of Monday, March 2nd, 2020, it is only Democrat-endorsed.

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Take Action:

Click here to find your Representatives and send them the text of the below letter, signed by you.

For Florida:

Marco Rubio

Rick Scott

For Other States:

Copy the text below and paste it into US Senators’ contact forms:

Dear Honorable Senator,

The bill listed below contains language that, if enforced, pose a very high risk that we citizens will have our lives upended and our Constitutional Rights violated and infringed upon.


Acting through the United States Constitution, the people created government to be their agent in the exercise of a few defined powers, while reserving to the citizens the right to decide on matters which concern their lives, liberty, and property in the ordinary course of affairs;

We The People recognize Boyd v. United States, 116 U.S. 616, 635 in that “It is the duty of the courts to be watchful for the Constitutional rights of the citizen and against any stealthy encroachments thereon. Their motto should be obsta principiis.”

Thank you for your consideration in this important matter.

A Constituent of Yours and a Registered Voter
Citizen of The United States of America

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