Grossman and Trump. Putting America First.


• Making America’s economy strong by reducing taxes and regulations that stifle the growth of businesses that create jobs
• Making America strong again with strengthening our military
• Making America safe again by standing up to our enemies
• Making health care more available and affordable
• Protecting America by securing the border

Resistance: Democratic resistance could halt and undo what President Trump has gained for America.

Donald Trump gets things done. Promises Made, Promises Kept.

He said during his 2016 campaign that comprehensive immigration reform is absolutely necessary – an issue that previous Presidents and Congress shunned – so he’s making it happen,” said Seth Grossman, the Republican candidate for Congress in NJ’s 2nd District.

The issue is not simply one of offering humanitarian aid to the oppressed or less fortunate, but video images of the caravan migrants lawlessly tearing down the gates of a Mexico border crossing offer a stark reminder of the real need for increased border security and vetting who America allows to immigrate here.

In 2010, the Center for Immigration Studies estimated that between 300,000 and 400,000 children are born to illegal aliens in the U.S. each year, who hardworking taxpayers have to educate, provide health care and food stamps at an estimated $2.4 billion annually. A 2015 Center for Immigration Studies report found that 51 percent of immigrant-headed households used at least one federal program to receive cash, food, housing or medical care, compared to 30 percent of native American households.

Democrats have politicized the immigration issue and refused to move on immigration reform when given the opportunity.

The Trump Administration proposed legislation that would have allowed nearly two million ‘dreamers’ to become legal citizens in exchange for $25 billion to build the border wall, but the Democrats refused. Some of Democrat proposals, such as in California to give all illegals free healthcare, are paths to complete economic collapse.”

“The immigration issue isn’t just securing our borders, but the need to enact real reform establishing a responsible pathway to citizenship. There’s nothing wrong with vetting the people coming here, and there’s nothing wrong with asking them to become responsible, self-reliant citizens assimilating into our culture and society. People have done that since the nation’s founding.”

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