Congressional candidate Peter D’Abrosca, running for U.S. House of Representatives in North Carolina’s 7th Congressional District, started his campaign with a promise to introduce legislation that would impose a 10-year moratorium on all immigration to the United States.
D’Abrosca, a former Investigative Reporter for Big League Politics and current Editor-in-Chief for The Rundown News, who has published two books, announced his candidacy for the House of Representatives with a press release earlier this week.
In the campaign press release, D’Abrosca details the legislation he would put forward to end all immigration:
“My plan is to introduce flagship legislation in Washington D.C. to put a complete moratorium on immigration to the United States – legal and illegal – for a period of 10 years,” D’Abrosca said. “America must restore law and order, and implement a sane immigration policy. That can only be accomplished by halting the flow of immigrants in the short term. I will also introduce legislation to build a wall along the Southern border, end chain migration, end birthright citizenship, and deport as many of the 22 million plus illegal aliens residing in the United States as possible.”
Speaking to National File, D’Abrosca stressed the importance of the issue of all immigration, illegal and legal, to American political discourse.
“Immigration is the single most important issue to American voters,” D’Abrosca told National File. “For decades they’ve been telling their political overlords in Washington that they want less immigration. Yet they’re always ignored.”
D’Abrosca also stressed the importance of younger voices joining Congress in the Republican Party.
“It’s time for young, grassroots candidates who aren’t bound to corporate interests to represent ordinary Americans in Congress,” said D’Abrosca. “David Rouzer and the rest of the GOP elite would sell their first born for a donation from a lobbyist.”
D’Abrosca is 27 years old, while his opponent, Rep. David Rouzer, is 47.
The candidate is also making a unique pledge to voters.
“I’m pledging on donating 20% of my Congressional salary to worthy causes inside NC-07. Real Americans are struggling, and we need to help each other. Private charity is firmly rooted in the American tradition, and our public servants were never meant to get rich from holding office.”
D’Abrosca added, “I’m hoping that socialist AOC and David Rouzer will join me in this pledge, but I’m not holding my breath.”