We face a terrorist enemy that has sworn it will kill Americans.
Yet our borders are open.
Last week, there were credible reports that ISIS terrorists were crossing our open border with Mexico.
There were also reports that up to 40 ISIS terrorists were already in the U.S.
We must wake up. We face a dangerous enemy, and a nation at war must protect its borders.
At the ACLJ, we’re rising to the challenge. We’re mobilizing our resources in Washington to tell the President, to tell Congress, it’s time to protect our nation.
President Obama and Members of Congress,
We have no excuse. We know our enemy wants to infiltrate our homeland, yet we still keep our borders wide open. It’s time to guard America’s borders and protect this country from a grave jihadist threat. Take action now.
At the ACLJ, we’re mobilizing in Washington to close the border to this terrorist threat. Stand with us and have your gift doubled today.
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