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Why Haven’t the Last TEN Presidents Protected Our Borders? [video]

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Published on: June 10, 2016

Why have none of the last TEN presidents protected America’s borders? Five of the last presidents were Democrats and five were Republicans. Security of the border has not been a priority for either party.

But it is a national security issue. Each elected president swore an oath, placing their hand on the Bible, to uphold the law of the land– the U.S. Constitution, to the American people, and to protect Americans from threats both foreign and domestic.

All of the last ten presidents failed. By doing nothing they broke their oath and violated the Constitution.

No action is a guilty action. And no action also includes actions that meet the Constitutionaldefinition of treason-– for which elected officials can be arrested by the U.S. military. In one case alone, 387 members of Congress are guilty of treason for their illegal support of sending “aid and comfort” to America’s “sworn enemy,” Iran. Another example is the continued violation of immigration law established in 1952, which prohibited a list of people who cannot enter the U.S. or become citizens. Not enforcing existing law is also another guilty action.

Why haven’t America’s leaders secured America’s borders? America Working answers this question in a short 20 minute video, summarizing immigration and domestic threats that must be fixed if America is to survive.

The video is produced by America Working, which is sponsored by Patriotic Warriors, the Tea Party, Stand Up America, U.S., and Wild Bill for America.

Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com

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