New websites provide information about William Gheen

In an effort to provide more information to the public about William Gheen‘s fight against illegal immigration and amnesty, several new websites have been launched.

William Gheen has a large Facebook page and William Gheen‘s Twitter account now has more than 22,000 supporters.

There are new websites just created at sites like and William Gheen‘s About Me page and William Gheen‘s Weebly website.

There are many links to many sites containing news reports, blogs, and videos about William Gheen found at

To join or support William Gheen‘s fight against illegal immigration and amnesty please sign up for free email alerts at

It takes a lot of hard work to expand our web presence and network of activists across America that feel more must be done to protect American jobs, taxpayer resources, and lives from the perils of illegal immigration and excessive legal immigration.

We are hopeful that Donald Trump will keep his campaign promises to end Obama’s DACA amnesty and secure America’s borders while deporting millions of illegals.

Below is a picture of William Gheen at Donald Trump’s inauguration in DC.  Obama flew directly over William Gheen in Marine 1 as he departed the south lawn of the White House for the final time.

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William Gheen at Trump inauguration



Allegation of unions putting illegal immigrants on voter rolls clouds Nevada


Type: Online article Quoting William Gheen Source: Fox News Date: 11/6/2012 Author: Dan Springer Just hours before voters go to the polls in the battleground state of Nevada, a national group has announced it plans to file a complaint regarding … Continue reading

McIntyre hits GOP rival for supporting amnesty for illegal immigrants


Type: Daily Newspaper Report Quoting William Gheen Source: The Raleigh News and Observer Date: 10/3/2012 Author: John Frank Democratic Congressman Mike McIntyre is hitting his GOP rival for supporting amnesty for illegal immigrants in a new TV ad. The ad … Continue reading

Young Illegal Immigrants Seek To Avoid Deportation


Type: Radio interview with William Gheen Source: National Public Radio (NPR) Date: 8/15/2012 Author: Ted Robbins Young people brought to the U.S. illegally began applying for a deportation deferral and a two-year work permit on Wednesday. It’s the boldest immigration … Continue reading