If 218 Congress Members sign CA Congressman Jeff Denham's DACA amnesty Discharge Petition, the amnesty legislation will be brought forward for a House floor vote.
20 House Republicans have signed the Discharge Petition. SEE the list below. If 5 more Republicans sign the Discharge Petition, along with all of the Democrat congress members, the DACA amnesty bills will be brought forward for a House vote even though the Republican House leaders have NOT brought the amnesty bills forward for a vote.
As of 5/22/18, 202 Congress Members have signed the Discharge Petition.
SEE THE FULL LIST OF 202 DISCHARGE PETITION SIGNERS HERE:
THE NUMBER OF HOUSE REPUBLICANS WHO HAVE SIGNED THE DISCHARGE SUMMARY IS NOW AT 20 AND ONLY 5 MORE REPUBLICANS are NEEDED, to reach the number of 25, TO BRING THE AMNESTY DACA TO THE HOUSE FLOOR FOR A VOTE! Jeff Denham CLAIMS he has the votes!
May. 16th, 2018
7 more GOP signatures needed on House petition to force amnesty votes -- Urgent phone calls needed to House Leadership!
It's been reported that Rep. Jeff Denham (R-Calif.) has enough support from House Republicans to get the 218 signatures needed for the amnesty discharge petition! We need your urgent phone calls to House GOP Leaders, telling them to kill the Curbelo/Denham amnesty discharge petition. You can find the numbers for GOP Leadership in the red action box below.
The discharge petition filed by Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) still has 18 Republicans signatures, but Rep. Jeff Denham says they have at least 25 House Republicans willing to sign on. And Democrats say that they'll sign on once all 25 House Republicans officially have, giving Reps. Curbelo and Denham the 218 signatures they need.
The discharge petition would force a vote on Rep. Denham's H.Res. 774. Why is the Denham Resolution such a threat? H.Res. 774 would force a vote on Rep. Bob Goodlatte's H.R. 4760, the Securing America's Future Act. H.R. 4760 would end chain migration and the visa lottery, require all employers to use E-Verify, strengthen border security and interior enforcement, and provide work permits to roughly 690,000 DACA illegal aliens.
But it would also ... allow votes on at least two amendments that would replace the entire Goodlatte bill with bad amnesty proposals, including the Dream Act that would grant a no-strings amnesty to more than 3 million illegal aliens and the Hurd-Aguilar bill that would grant a no-strings amnesty to at least 1.8 million illegal aliens.
Both the Dream Act and the Hurd-Aguilar bill would allow continued chain migration for illegal aliens who receive the amnesty and neither proposal would require employers to use E-Verify to end the jobs magnet.
The proposal with the most votes (and at least 218 votes) would be officially adopted by the House and sent to the Senate. But if GOP Leadership in the House were to bring H.R. 4760 to the House floor before it votes on the Denham Resolution, it would ify the Resolution since it also calls for bringing H.R. 4760 to the floor.
There is hope! Some members of the House Freedom Caucus have said that they may withhold support on other legislation that House Leaders want to pass unless they bring H.R. 4760 to the floor for a vote.
Please Call Tod ay!
Please call the three numbers listed below for the GOP Leadership team and tell their staff that you want them to do everything possible to end the threat from the Curbelo/Denham discharge petition and that includes bringing H.R. 4760 to the floor for a vote.
House Speaker Paul Ryan -- (877) 753-8801
Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy -- (855) 827-2356
Majority Whip Steve Scalise -- (855) 827-2353
CALL House Republicans below, who signed the Discharge Petition yesterday. and tell them to REMOVE their names from the Discharge Petition! Tell them to help AMERICAN CITIZENS - veterans, homeless American families, disabled Americans, and unemployed Americans - NOT DACA recipients. Let them know you will work to vote them out of office if they do not remove their names from the discharge petition.
HERE IS THE LIST OF 20 TRAITOROUS HOUSE REPUBLICANS, as of 5/22/18, WHO HAVE SIGNED ONTO THE DISCHARGE PETITION
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