Reiterates the reason the Minuteman Project endorsed Aalders
American Fork, UT – Conservative Republican US Senate candidate Tim Aalders, a candidate under the Constitution Party banner, announced support of President Trump’s attempt to correctly interpret the 14th Amendment. He reminded voters that was the reason months ago he accepted the endorsement of Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist, the nation's leading grassroots activist on the issue of immigration reform and border security.
Said Aalders, “I am very proud to have received the endorsement of Jim Gilchrist of the Minuteman Project earlier this month. My long track record of never supporting amnesty, demanding that we eliminate Sanctuary Cities, and building something along our border that will secure our borders with Mexico is resolute.”
Aalders further stated, “Until the 1960s, the 14th Amendment was never applied to undocumented or temporary immigrants. The Supreme Court has already ruled that children born to immigrants who are legal permanent residents have citizenship. But those who claim the 14th Amendment should not apply to everyone point to the fact that there has been no ruling on a case specifically involving undocumented immigrants or those with temporary legal status. If Trump follows through on the executive order the courts would have to weigh in in a way they haven’t.”
Aalders ended with, “In November Republicans across Utah will be looking for a conservative to vote to be their next US Senator, and I want them to choose the only conservative Republican on the ballot – Tim Aalders of the Constitution Party.”
Tim Aalders is a small business owner and longtime Utah based nationally syndicated talk radio host running to become Utah’s next US Senator replacing Orrin Hatch. The general election is November 6. For more information go to our website.
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