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Action Alert! If you live in the DC area and are concerned about the refugee problem, please attend the Senate hearing

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 30, 2015

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The Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest is chaired by Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL)

You know the community activists who are already upset that Obama wants to admit (only!) 85,000 refugees to the US starting tomorrow while they want 200,000, will be crowding in to the Refugee Resettlement oversight hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

They have lots of community (open borders) agitators, paid employees and interns in the DC area to make it look like a big crowd in support of MORE refugees.

So, if you live nearby please try to make it to the hearing.  Go to our previous post for all the details about who will be answering the committee’s questions.

If your US Senator is on the Subcommittee (list here) be sure to let him/her know how you feel about more refugees for America and for your state.

This is all you will need for tomorrow:

DATE: Thursday October 1, 2015

TIME: 2:00 p.m.

WHERE: Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room 226

Doors to the room usually don’t open until 15 minutes prior to the hearing start time. You can get into the Dirksen Office Building as early as you want and wait in the hallway out side the hearing room. But please be aware that Capitol Police will not let you sit in the hallway.

The two closest metro stops to the Dirksen Senate Office building are Union Station (Red line) and Capitol South Metro (Blue, Orange and Silver lines).

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