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The Ruthie Report: James Johnson - NCFIRE

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This weeks Guest: James Johnson - NCFIRE
http://ncfire.info/North%20Carolina%20Arrests1.pdf


James Johnson bio

1978- Graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University -degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology- aircraft mechanic

1981- United States Air Force- Flight Simulator Technician

1984-2005- Private sector as an electronic equipment technician and electrician
It started slowly. First it was having to press "1" for English every time I called a doctors office or medical clinic. It seemed stores were having signs in English and Spanish and products were being labeled with both languages. I would see non-English speaking people buying groceries with "food stamp cards" and paying for their alcohol with wads of cash. 

Illegal aliens marching in the streets demanding “rights”.


The tipping point was when my son's college professor at Campbell University, Mr. Lewis M. Fetterman Jr, was killed in a car accident by an illegal alien in Newton Grove. Mr. Fetterman and his wife were simply coming home from a weekend at the beach, when an intoxicated illegal alien slammed into them with his car. The individual had no license and no insurance and it was later determined that he was here illegally.

I started NCFIRE to try do something to stop the wasteful spending of our tax money and the needless killing of NC citizens by illegal aliens.

NCFIRE stands for North Carolinians For Immigration Reform and Enforcement. While very similar sounding to the FIRECoalition, we are not affiliated with or part of The FIRECoalition. We are a 501(c)(3) non profit organization with over 6,000 members and we are in daily contact with 30-40 thousand NC citizens through various social networks.

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