Overpass Media Richard Falknor on 26 Aug 2015 02:33 pm
Last Friday, Tea Party of Maryland and Maryland 20-20 Watch activist Lewis Porter organized this overpass display on Maryland’s I-95 — close to Washington, D. C — during the rush hour from 3:00 to 6:30 PM.
Porter estimates some 50,000 views.
Howard County, Maryland police visited the overpass display, but Porter reports “they respected our First Amendment rights.”
The previous Saturday, presidential candidate Donald Trump had released his immigration policy paper — Donald Trump Releases Immigration Reform Plan Designed To Get Americans Back To Work (Matthew Boyle, Breitbart)–
“The paper—which really constitutes a completely new look at immigration and a complete overhaul of the current system, politicians’ priorities, and special interest involvement—starts with three principles. Firstly, Trump argues, ‘a nation without borders is not a nation.’
As such, he writes, ‘there must be a wall across the southern border.’
Secondly, Trump argues, ‘a nation without laws is not a nation.’
‘Laws passed in accordance with our Constitutional system of government must be enforced,’ he writes as part of his second principle.
Thirdly, Trump argues, ‘a nation that does not serve its own citizens is not a nation.'”
Breitbart’s Boyle declares that the immigration position paper was “clearly influenced” by senator Jeff Sessions who chairs the Senate Judiciary panel on Immigration and the National Interest.
(Activist Porter related to Blue Ridge Forum that his grass-roots group had been working on immigration concerns for several years.)
Read the complete Trump paper here.
And stay tuned for more Overpass Media displays in Virginia as well as Maryland!