Eighty-seven Sign On to Amnesty Bill American Patrol Report -- December 16
Rep. Luis Gutierrez introduces his bill to end U.S. sovereignty. (Pictured)
A bill [view here - pdf] that prohibits the United States of America from using its military to protect its borders, ties the hands of U.S. Border Patrol by imposing severe border environmental rules, and forces Customs and Border Protection to treat invaders as honored guests, is supported by at least 87 members of the U.S. House of Representatives.
The bill also grants amnesty to anyone who got across the border before December 15, 2009, the date it was introduced, and prohibits local police from enforcing immigration laws.
Besides the 87 co-sponsors, the bill is also supported by Speaker Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Reid.
Rep. Lamar Smith, a leading expert on immigration law, said, "This is the kind of legislation that foreign governments would promote, not the U.S. Congress."
"I call this the Aztlan Surrender Act of 2009," said Glenn Spencer of the American Patrol Report. "The idea that so many members of Congress would openly advocate ending U.S. sovereignty should strike real fear in the hearts of all loyal Americans." Spencer said unless the invasion is halted, and reversed, in ten years the co-sponsors list could exceed 200 and such a bill would pass, putting to an end to the U.S. as a sovereign nation.