In my last letter to you, I described what appears to be an effort on the part of the elitists in Washington to replace American voters with tens of millions of non–English speaking new citizens.
Their plan is to pass a massive amnesty for 30-40 million illegal aliens while, at the very same time, invite the Commonwealth of Spanish-speaking Puerto Rico to become a state.
Their scheme is to replace us with people who have little knowledge of our Constitution and Bill of Rights, or what it means to live in a nation where all citizens are entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
They are convinced that all of the new “citizens” they bring in will be grateful to them for being given the gift of U.S. citizenship, and more easily manipulated than Americans like you and me.
These politicians are well aware that the American people are preparing to throw many of them out of office at the next election. But rather than bend to the will of the American people, these arrogant Congressmen and Senators have decided to replace us with more pliable voters.
This month’s letter concerns statehood for Puerto Rico; what English First has been doing to stop it; and what you can do to help us ensure that the United States does not allow a Spanish-speaking island nation to become our 51st state.
Over the past few months, English First has fought fiercely in opposition to Puerto Rican statehood for some very important reasons. First, and most important, Puerto Ricans do not want statehood. They are quite happy living under the current status as a Commonwealth.