Release: 9/11 NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik launches new border wall ad with American Legacy Center
As WH Releases Immigration Plan, 9/11 NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik Releases Ad to Stress Dangers of Letting in Wrong People
WASHINGTON D.C. – American Legacy Center (ALC), a nonprofit issue advocacy organization, launched a new immigration ad and petition campaign featuring Bernard Kerik, New York City’s 40th Police Commissioner in charge of the police response to 9/11.
As part of ALC’s Sovereignty Now project, the ad supports the Trump Administration’s plans for building a border wall, ending the diversity lottery, and fighting sanctuary cities. In an email announcing the new ad, Commissioner Kerik reflects on the lessons of 9/11, writing:
“We finally have the chance to secure our border, hold outlaw mayors of sanctuary cities accountable, and put an end to politically correct immigration policies like the diversity lottery which are being exploited by terrorists to kill and injure Americans. If the looming immigration deal doesn’t definitively solve most of these issues, it should be defeated.”
The 2-minute digital ad, entitled “The Fight for Our Sovereignty Is Now,” can be viewed here:
American Legacy Center, with nearly 1 million members nationwide, develops and manages multimedia advocacy projects to influence the national narrative around the most pressing issues of the day. Current and previous partners include Dr. Ben Carson, Newt Gingrich, Phil Robertson, Benghazi hero Kris “Tanto” Paronto and “Angel Mom” Laura Wilkerson.