ACT! for America outlines 3 quick and easy must-do tasks

ACT! for America is an exceptional organization on the front lines in the war against Islamic terror and the advance of sharia law.  ACT is worthy of our support.  (For those not familiar with the organization, see here for a bit of background.)

ACT has just sent out an action alert that is informative and gives patriots three simple tasks to perform.  Citizen Warrior reports (edited version below):

We are gathering tens of thousands of signatures on an Open Letter to the leadership in the House and Senate voicing strong opposition to the Obama Administration’s plans to bring  to the U.S. The letter will be hand-delivered to the U.S. Congress by our Director of Government Relations. If you haven’t yet added your name, please click HERE to do so.

We are actively supporting H.R. 3314, the Resettlement Accountability National Security Act of 2015 introduced by Rep Brian Babin (R-TX). The bill would immediately suspend the U.N.-run refugee program to provide Congress time to fully assess the national security risks and investigate its financial burden on federal, state and local taxpayers. As of this writing, the bill has 78 cosponsors. Is your House Representative one of them? Click HERE to find out. If not, please send your House Representative an e-mail asking for cosponsorship, by clicking HERE. If your Representative HAS cosponsored the bill, please send a quick note to say thank you. It goes a long way.

We are actively registering our opposition to any federal funding for U.S. Refugee resettlement actions to be included in the U.S. Congress’s end of year spending bill. This is our most time-sensitive activity right now! Please click HERE to e-mail or call your federal legislators TODAY to express your opposition to any federal funding going to refugee resettlement.

Readers often ask, “What can I do?”  This is something meaningful all of us can and should do.  ACT has made our job as easy as it gets.  Addressing these three action items will take all of five minutes.  Who among us is so cynical as to be unwilling to spend five minutes sitting in a chair making a call and adding his name to a letter?

Hat tip: Counterjihad Report

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