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Update on sending testimony to Senator Sessions’ Immigration subcommittee

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 30, 2016

Update of the update!  Here is the Senate Judiciary Committee fax number: 202-224-9102.

Please revisit the post from earlier this afternoon for updated instructions on how to send your testimony.

Unfortunately, unless I get further clarification, you will need to send your testimony in the form of a letter and please mail it Monday so it has the best chance of getting there in time.

This is the Update I just posted there:

***Update***Please take the time to write letters, in a letter format, I’ve been notified by the committee staff that they can’t simply post a couple of lines of e-mails.  They have also asked that I remove the e-mail address I had originally published.  You know how important this issue is to you, so spend a little time writing a formal letter!

Sorry for all the confusion! But, honestly, you all know that saving this country isn’t going to be easy!  It will be a lot of work and take a lot of time if we are serious!

11 Responses to “Update on sending testimony to Senator Sessions’ Immigration subcommittee”

  1. Immigration laws need to be followed! Anyone coming to this country must follow the process, including background checks, medical checks, interview for qualification, etc. This will provide some degree and measure of safety for the citizens of the USA as well as some protection against bringing in Jihadists intent on killing us!!!

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  2. Patricia A said

    Hi Ann, I have written my letter and will mail it today! I thank you for all your work! Blessings to you! Patricia Spayd

    On Fri, Sep 30, 2016 at 6:34 PM, Refugee Resettlement Watch wrote:

    > Ann Corcoran posted: “Please revisit the post from earlier this afternoon > for updated instructions on how to send your testimony. Unfortunately, > unless I get further clarification, you will need to send your testimony in > the form of a letter and please mail it Monday so it ” >

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  3. We do not have money for veteran’s who are citizens. We do not have money for roads and bridges. We do not have money for education. We do not have money to keep lead out of our drinking water. But we have money to bring refugees who do not want to assimilate into our culture hear and allow them to endanger public safety because they have not been vetted for having criminal beliefs calling it religion. All the while they support a belief system that is a threat to our Constituted Government and our individual safety as a nation. We need to put immigration on hold till we figure out how to mange our immigration policies and remove the criminal elements from this country. The middle east has been at war since before recorded history and the mind set of the Islamic Culture according to the Koran is incompatible with a republic based on democracy because the Koran calls for a religious war to destroy such a democratic culture any way it can this being the word of God as spoken by Allah. The Islamic religion is a racist religion calling all none Muslims, Kafirs a derogatory term that is the same as using the N word. Our National security can not be threatened by bringing this sort of fifth column subversive threat to our shores as we have seen already in bloody spectacle in the deaths of law abiding citizens here.

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Write this in a letter to your Member of Congress and to your Senators. End with a line that goes something like this: “And we know that you, our representatives in Washington, have the power to stop it. Why don’t you?”

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  4. […] On sending testimony to Senator Sessions’ Immigration subcommittee […]

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  5. lylettie@cox.net said

    Ann,

    All mail to Members of Congress is diverted to Ohio or New Jersey for anthrax screening before being delivered to the recipient. A letter mailed on October 3rd will never reach Senator Session by October 5th. Maybe November 5th…………..

    Regards, Lyle

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