Posted by: Ann Corcoran | July 19, 2012

“They come to America” is coming to Maryland

A documentary film on illegal immigration will be shown in Maryland next month!   Tell everyone you know!  Meet the filmmaker!

Dennis Lynch, director of They Come to America is traveling across the country showing his film that has been banned by Hollywood.


This film shows the devastating effect illegal immigration has on the United States of America. And since our illustrious president and governor are doing their level best to get as many illegal immigrants into this country and state as possible AND we have a big vote in November on in-state tuition for illegal immigrants, it’s our duty to get the word out on this.

We the People, Carroll County is hosting a showing of this film on

Tuesday, August 7


Carroll Community College Scott Center

1601 Washington Rd, Westminster 21157

Doors open at 6:30 PM

Film begins at 7 PM

Admission is $2.00

Copies of the DVD will be for sale

A message from We the People:

Seating is limited to 425.

RSVP’s are appreciated but not required: or 410.259.2102

O’Malley and Casa de MD will have tons of money to convince Maryland voters to vote for in-state tuition, we won’t and have to utilize all resources available-this movie is one of those resources.

Bring someone who doesn’t think illegal immigration isn’t a problem – I do believe they’ll have a different opinion after watching this film.

The movie is about 90 minutes. Dennis Lynch will be in attendance and will be taking questions afterward.

Yours in Patriotism,

Chair, We The People Carroll County

An afterthought—be sure to read Ann Coulter’s good column this week on how immigration (pushed by Democrats) is changing the demographics of the US, here.


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