Before the first ballots for our next president were cast in Iowa on February 1, Senator Jeff Sessions gave a round of interviews declaring that 2016 "is the last chance for the American people to take back control of their government." Sessions said, "This election is different because we have pell mell erosion of law, [and] the constitutional order...
"President Obama has pushed an agenda that eviscerates the immigration legal system, and pushed this trade agreement that will commence decades of transferring American economic power to an ever-expanding international commission. It's just not going to stop...
"Make sure — because this could be the last chance — that the vote you cast must be for a person who is going to, with courage and steadfastness, fix the immigration system that's so broken and is impacting adversely Americans' safety, their wages, their hospitals, their schools, those kind of things," Sessions said.
"This is the way the European Union began," he added. News reports are now vividly describing how the EU is disintegrating, making Americans mighty glad we never joined any proposed North American Union.
The prime minister of England, David Cameron, promised his country that he would control immigration and keep it at the "tens of thousands" level. The latest immigration numbers have been released, and more than 600,000 people immigrated to the United Kingdom just last year, a shocking increase of 34% in net migration. An outcry there has resulted, even though these numbers pale in comparison with the massive influx of foreigners into the United States. Some in England are so outraged that they want to pull out of the European Union, through which so many immigrants travel. The immigrants pouring into the United Kingdom are soaking up most of the new jobs. Three quarters of the growth in employment in the UK over the past year was grabbed by foreigners. Likewise, nearly all the new net job growth in the United States since 2000 has gone to immigrants and foreign-born workers. Overall, the percentage of our population comprised of immigrants is expected to soon reach an all-time record high.
Immigration has converted the land of Shakespeare into a nearly non-Christian nation. A quarter of the people in England and Wales have no religion at all now, and barely a majority are Christian. The same will happen to the United States if we continue to allow open borders and a massive influx of people. The enormous amount of immigration to the U.S. has contributed to a decline of Christianity, as in England. In the last seven years, the percentage of Americans who do not have any religion at all has jumped from 14.6% to nearly 20%.
We do not want to become a godless nation like North Korea, or the brutal former East Germany. To maintain our freedoms and our prosperity, which are the envy of the world, it is essential to control and limit immigration.
"This may be the last opportunity the American people will have to have their will imposed and create a lawful immigration system that serves the national interest," Senator Sessions emphasized. "On these two issues [immigration and trade], I think the voters should say, ‘If you're not going to be right on those, I'm not going to vote for you as president.' I really think it's that important."