UPDATE: See how many people have signed the IMPORTANT E-Verify petition

BY KAT SHEPHERD / MAY 24, 2018 /

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As of Thursday evening, 14,392 have signed the petition asking President Donald J. Trump to enact mandatory E-Verify by executive action, banning U.S. businesses from hiring illegal aliens over US citizens.

The White House petition needs another 85,608 signatures from Americans before mid-June or it will not reach the president’s desk.

The importance of the petition is HUGE.

“Industries flooded with cheap, illegal alien workers have driven Americans’ wages down significantly,” a Breitbart news article outlining the petition states. The article points to a whistleblower’s claims that illegal immigration has tanked Californian wages in the construction field.

DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch is heavily supporting the petition. He warned about the importance of getting the necessary number of signatures for the petition to advance, saying: “If we can’t get this done, President Trump isn’t going to take it seriously and the border will remain open.”

DML said every American who cares about the rule of law should be signing this petition

The petition was launched on Monday, May 14, by Philadelphia businessman Edward Bishop, who says he’s tired of waiting on politicians to get the job done and insists it’s time for Americans to get involved.

To participate in the movement, here’s what you need to do:

CHALLENGE: Get at least three people to sign the petition!

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2 Comments

  1. Debra May 25th, 2018 at 7:21 am

    I am not getting the email to confirm my vote on the petition. Could this be the problem with so few signatures?

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  2. Quintavious May 25th, 2018 at 10:31 am

    If every DML reader signed it…oh never mind. Maybe DML doesn’t have as many readers as previously thought. The numbers alone speak volumes.

    Reply

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