NC House neuters state E-Verify law to protect jobs for citizens

The NC House run by Republicans just this afternoon neutered the earlier E-Verify law (2011) that was to protect new jobs in North Carolina for only legal residents by passing H.786.  

This was done by changing the definition of workers to be checked through E-Verify as anyone who works less than ten full months a year is now labeled a “seasonal worker”.   So virtually no illegal immigrants will be denied jobs.  The earlier E-Verify law had just totally kicked-in two weeks ago but, as noted, is now neutered.

The gutting of E-Verify is apparently the state Republicans answer to North Carolina having the fifth worst unemployment rate in the nation.  

The bill now goes to the NC Senate.  More to follow on our efforts there.

It is somewhat of a victory in that the same legislation will NOT grant a legal drivers permit, at least for now, to all illegal immigrants in North Carolina.  Fortunately this was removed, but also removed were all of the new enforcement provisions of H.786.   In the bill is a requirement for yet another study paid for with your tax dollars to determine how to deal with illegal immigration in North Carolina.  Folks we don’t need another study, we need our State Legislature to take action!!

Go to this weblink to see how your NC House member voted.  Note the Noe’s in this case are the good guys and gals:

http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/gascripts/voteHistory/RollCallVoteTranscript.pl?sSession=2013&sChamber=H&RCS=1204

So where are we now.   The Republicans voted E-Verify into law in 2011 and now they have in effect reversed it. We had to work for months to prevent them from giving legal drivers permits to illegals. So nothing of significance has been done concerning illegal immigration at the state level as a result. But Governor McCrory just a month ago resurrected the Governor’s Advisory Council on Hispanic/Latino Affairs —- interesting since it is accepted that one half of all Hispanic/Latinos in North Carolina are here illegally.

So we will have the Governor’s staff meeting on about a monthly basis with an Advisory Council representing a particular ethnic group of which 50% are illegal  immigrants, while our unemployed citizens (especially our low-skilled unemployed citizens) get NO relief in having to compete with illegal immigrants.

Regards,

Ron Woodard
Director
NC LISTEN

www.nclisten.com

(919) 460-8156

      
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4 Responses to NC House neuters state E-Verify law to protect jobs for citizens

  1. E-Verify needs to be mandatory nationwide because it is only one tool to locate the Middle Eastern illegal alien Hezbollah terrorists that have been entering the U.S. since BEFORE 9/11 and are hiding in sleeper cells around military installations, target and high value facilities?

    What BOTH political parties are doing is placing Cultural Marxism i.e. political correctness above our National/Homeland Security and the preservation of our Constitution. Look up the origin of it online and get educated on our enemy.

    These terrorists travel to Iran, Syria, and the Tri-Borders Area (TBA) of Brazil, Venezuela and Paraguay to learn English, Spanish and advance terrorism techniques before the cross our borders and hide in sleeper cells around military installations, target and high value facilities.
    Look up an online article in the Washington Times, EXCLUSIVE: Al Qaeda eyes bio attack from Mexico: Seeks white militias as allies by Sara A. Carter, June 3, 2009 and watch the video of Kuwaiti dissident Abdullah al-Nafisi telling a room full of supporters in Bahrain that al Qaeda is casing the U.S. border with Mexico to assess how to send terrorists and weapons into the U.S. using tunnels under our border.

    “Four pounds of anthrax — in a suitcase this big — carried by a fighter through tunnels from Mexico into the U.S. are guaranteed to kill 330,000 Americans within a single hour if it is properly spread in population centers there,” the recruiter said. “What a horrifying idea; 9/11 will be small change in comparison. Am I right? There is no need for airplanes, conspiracies, timings and so on. One person, with the courage to carry 4 pounds of anthrax, will go to the White House lawn, and will spread this ‘confetti’ all over them, and then we’ll do these cries of joy. It will turn into a real celebration.”

    In the video, obtained and translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute, al-Nafisi also suggests that al Qaeda might want to collaborate with members of native U.S. white supremacist militias who hate the federal government.
    Go to http://www.BorderInvasionPics.com and tell me which one is carrying the four pounds of anthrax?

  2. How would you react if you woke up one morning and found out 11-20 million Middle Eastern illegal alien Iranian backed Hezbollah terrorists had already crossed our borders and are now citizens of the United States of America? We have no accurate method to determine the number that already crossed our border however, if it is only one (1) terrorist, how will we find him?
    How will we fix the problem of Middle Eastern illegal alien terrorists that have already crossed our borders and are hiding in terrorist sleeper cells around military installations, target and high hazard facilities?
    Why are politicians placing Cultural Marxism i.e. political correctness above our National/Homeland Security and the preservation of our Constitution? This is what is and has been happening with BOTH the Democrats and RINO/GOP leaders/followers in the Republican Party participating.
    This is a part of a letter to Pres. Obama, December 9, 2012 by the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers (NAFBPO). Here is a quote: “Among the many concerns relating to border security is the dangerous trend of an expanding presence of Iranian-backed Hezbollah in Mexico. Evidence of its increasing movement into the United States, and growing relationships between that group and Mexico’s violent drug cartels has been reported by multiple credible sources including on July 7, 2011 by the Committee on Homeland and Security’s Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence. Those reports, and others, speak convincingly of the need to enhance rather than degrade law enforcement access on our southern border.
    http://peopleforwesternheritage.com/Letter_Pres_NAFBPO_112012.pdf
    How many more innocent American deaths and tragic terrorist attacks
    http://gainesvilleteaparty.org/national-info/legislative-branch/national-association-of-former-border-patrol-officers-nafbpo/
    http://commonsensepostdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/nafbpo-letter.pdf
    Here is the plan the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers (NAFBPO) wrote:
    http://www.nafbpo.org/editorial-cier.html#secure

  3. Here are some links to sources that will help explain why we need STRONG border security.
    Line in the Sand: Countering Crime, Violence and Terror at the Southwest Border
    Submitted by jobishop on Fri, 11/16/2012 -- 12:06

    A Line in the Sand: Countering Crime, Violence and Terror at the Southwest Border
    The United States House Committee on Homeland Security, Subcommittee on Oversight, Investigations, and Management has released a Majority Report entitled, “A Line in the Sand: Countering Crime, Violence and Terror at the Southwest Border”.
    The report consists of two major sections and recommendations. Part I identifies the threats to the border region, and Part II discusses the “current enforcement initiatives” underway to confront these threats. The following five threats are identified in the first half: “The Continued Threat of Terrorist Infiltration”; “The Growing Influence of Iran and Hezbollah in Latin America”; “Evolving Transnational Criminal Threat along the Southwest Border”; “The Increasing Threat from Spillover Violence”; and “Illegal Alien Crimes against U.S. Citizens”. Three enforcement initiative subject areas are covered: “Mexico Declares War on the Drug Cartels”; “Texas Border Security Initiatives”; and “Federal Border Security Efforts”.
    The Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL) has additional documents in its collection which cover every subject area discussed in the report. A selection of these, drawn from both government and private sources, are posted below. Some documents require a log-in to access, and permission can be obtained via the HSDL homepage.
    Terrorist Infiltration of the United States
    1. Clear And Present Danger: Why DoD Active Duty Forces Must Assist in the Security of the U.S. Southern Border
    2. Traveling the Terror Highway: Infiltration of Terror Operatives Across the U.S.-Mexico Border
    3. Terrorism and Drug Trafficking: Threats and Roles of Explosives and Narcotics Detection Technology, Briefing Report to Congressional Requesters
    4. Argument for the Use of Biometrics to Prevent Terrorist Access to the United States
    Iran and Hezbullah in Latin America
    1. Serial No. 112-35: Hezbollah in Latin America--Implications for U.S. Homeland Security, Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence of the Committee on Homeland Security, House of Representatives, One Hundred Twelfth Congress, First Session, July 7, 2011
    2. S. Hrg. 112–369: Iran’s Influence and Activity in Latin America: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Peace Corps, and Global Narcotics Affairs, Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Twelfth Congress, Second Session, February 16, 2012
    3. Iran and Latin America: Strategic Security Issues
    Transnational Criminal Threat Along the Southwest Border
    1. Transnational Organized Crime: Principal Threats and U.S. Responses
    2. Serial No. 112-86: Combating Transnational Organized Crime: International Money Laundering as a Threat to Our Financial Systems, Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One Hundred Twelfth Congress, Second Session, February 8, 2012
    3. MS-13 and 18th Street Gangs: Emerging Transnational Gang Threats
    4. Technological Integration as a Means of Enhancing Border Security and Reducing Transnational Crime
    5. Changing Boundaries of Law Enforcement: State and Local Law Enforcement, Illegal Immigration and Transnational Crime Control, Final Report
    Increasing Threat from Spillover Violence
    1. Cross-Border Spillover: U.S. Gun Laws and Violence in Mexico
    2. Southwest Border Violence: Issues in Identifying and Measuring Spillover Violence
    3. Serial No. 111-7: Border Violence: An Examination of DHS Strategies and Resources: Hearing before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security, Subcommittee on Border, Maritime, and Global Counterterrorism, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, First Session, March 12, 2009
    Illegal Alien Crimes Against U.S. Citizens
    1. Deportation of Criminal Aliens: A Geopolitical Perspective
    2. Effect of Illegal Immigration and Border Enforcement on Crime Rates along the U.S.-Mexico Border
    Mexico Declares War on the Drug Cartels
    1. Merida Initiative and Mexico’s Legislative and Constitutional Reforms
    2. Mexico’s Failed Drug War
    3. Nature of the U.S.-Mexico Drug War: Equal Responsibility, Unequal Costs
    Texas Border Security Initiatives
    1. Border Security Plan for Texas
    2. Texas Border Security: A Strategic Military Assessment
    Federal Border Security Efforts
    1. Progress in Implementing New Security Measures Along the Southwest Border [August 30, 2010]
    2. 2012 – 2016 Border Patrol Strategic Plan
    3. Measuring Border Security: U.S. Border Patrol’s New Strategic Plan and the Path Forward, Hearing Before the United States House of Representatives, Committee on Homeland Security, Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, One Hundred Twelfth Congress, Second Session, May 8, 2012
    4. Border Security Threats to the Homeland: DHS’ Response to Innovative Tactics and Techniques: Hearing Before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security, Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, One Hundred Twelfth Congress, Second Session, June 19, 2012
    https://www.hsdl.org/hslog/?q=node/8286

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