Sunday, May 7, 2017

It is do-or-die for America

WND recalls its its May 6, 2015 article on Phyllis Schlafly:
The women credited – or blamed – by many in America for halting the Equal Rights Amendment in its tracks is now warning that this is another “do-or-die” moment for the nation, ...

This, she said on Wednesday, is another such moment.

“It is do-or-die for America,” Schlafly said of the developing battle over mass amnesty for millions of illegal aliens in the country.

Kids out of control, parents out of control, and people want to know “Who Killed the American Family?” Answers are here, in Phyllis Schlafly’s new analysis of the nation.

“Once you have one amnesty, people are lining up for the next one. It doesn’t stop or end anything. I think there are people who simply want to break up this country,” she said.

She said the critical time is coming when America will have to decide on open borders, amnesty, cheap labor and more, including its own future.

About the 2016 election, she pointed to the possibility it will be a Hillary Clinton - Jeb Bush fight for the Oval Office.

On one hand, she said, is a candidate who wants to give those already in the country illegally a chance to stay, and who recently claimed America has “11 million people that should come out from the shadows and receive earned legal status.”

On the other side is a candidate who recently proclaimed America must give illegal immigrants a path to “full and equal citizenship.”

If it comes down to Bush vs. Clinton, will the American people really have a choice on immigration? Schlafly doesn’t think so.
She did not know it at the time, but the following month Donald J. Trump announced his candidacy for President, and promised exactly the choice she had been asking for.

When it became apparent that Trump was the only candidate standing against the forces wanting to break up this country, she endorsed him. This caused a split with some of her Eagle Forum followers who wanted a pro-immigration candidate like Jeb Bush.

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