EVENT ALERT!!! EVENT ALERT!!!
"EMERGENCY COMMUNITY MEETING ALSO CALLED A
"TOWN HALL MEETING" TONIGHT IN PHOENIX!!!
TO: MCDC Volunteers and Supporters in the Phoenix area
MCDC was just informed about a Town Hall Meeting taking place TONIGHT!!!!, Thursday, Dec. 13th that you may want to attend!
When: Tonight!!! Thursday, Dec. 13th -6:30PM
(Meet at 6:15PM in the parking lot)
*Look for the American Flag on the white truck.
What: In response to Mayor Gordon's stance of “no longer supporting Operations Order 1.4.3” a Town Hall meeting has been scheduled
Where: South Mountain High School located at
5401 S. 7th Street, Phoenix AZ 85040 (between Broadway & Southern)
Location - Auditorium
This "Emergency Community Meeting" also called a "Town Hall Meeting" is being sponsored by the Hispanic political leadership and they have invited everyone to attend. Your attendance will show the opposition that day-time protests are not the only way we can voice our opinions. Come and listen and voice your concerns about the issue of Illegal Immigration and the importance of giving our police officers the opportunity to do their jobs when they determine it is needed in regards to illegal aliens. The new Employer Sanctions Law that goes into effect January 1 could also be discussed along with other topics.
We have been assured that there will be translators so as to understand all the comments being voiced in languages other than English.
This meeting is expected to civil and there will be no need to bring signs. MCDC Volunteers, please remember our SOP.
For those of you that want to walk into the meeting together, please meet in the main parking lot, NO LATER than 6:15pm. Look for an American Flag flying high in the back of a white Chevy truck. Several concerned groups will be attending.
Additional information that was provided via an email:
Question: Who is hosting this meeting?
Answer: A group of mostly Hispanic, definitely pro-illegal-alien leaders such as Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox, Edmundo Hidalgo (COO of Chicanos Por La Causa), Harry Garewal (CEO and President of the AZ Hispanic Chamber of Commerce). But it is open to the public, and the sponsors promise that opinions will be noted and sent to Phil Gordon's four-member panel studying how to redraft the Phoenix Police Department's policy on handling illegal aliens.