William Gheen is the President and founder of ALIPAC, Americans for Legal Immigration PAC. He is a former sergeant at arms and legislative assistant for the North Carolina General Assembly. He is known nationally for his motto, “It is going to take Americans of every race, political party and walk of life working together to address America's illegal immigration crisis.”
The House Appropriations Committee Chairman, Hal Rogers of Kentucky, has described the immigration problem at the U.S. southern border as 'extremely dire'. The top U.S. General Commander of the U.S. Southern Command, Marine Corp General John Kelly, claims there is more than a humanitarian crisis here but that it's a threat to the very existence of the U.S.
The White House is placing blame for this immigration problem on the court system. Is this really a court system problem or is this a case where the White House is refusing to enforce immigration laws?
William communicated that this is an executive branch problem where the Bush and now the Obama administration is inadequately enforcing existing immigration and border laws. He feels this violates the Constitution in many ways and now immigration reform amnesty is being requested to “rubber stamp” what the executive branch is already doing in dictatorial fashion.
Some are calling this a humanitarian crisis but William sees this as the forced merging of the economies of the North American continent against our will. In the absence of the type of treaty and constitutional change that would be required to obtain that kind of merger, we're seeing immigration used as a political and economic weapon from which we can never recover if it reaches a certain point. This is due to what William believes is the goal to overthrow the American republic and replace tens of millions of Americans in our jobs, homes and elections.