Honking was the sound of people agreeing to posters and handouts, agreeing that illegal immigrants should be kept out of the U.S., and that's why Frosty Wooldridge said the Paul Revere Riders are sounding an alarm around America.
"We don't know the terrorist intentions of illegal aliens. We don't know the criminal backgrounds of illegal aliens," shouted Wooldridge into a microphone at his rally at the Florida Capitol building.
Wooldridge said the Paul Revere Riders are rolling across the country, telling Americans about the problems illegals bring to the U.S.
"They are overwhelming our schools, our language, our hospitals and our prison systems, literally butchering the American taxpayer," said Wooldridge.
Wooldridge isn't alone. When the Paul Revere Riders rumble into a town, they pick up supporters.
"I came out here to support this because first and foremost, I think if you're going to be in this country, you need to be citizen or at least a legalized immigrant," explained Claude Hamelink of Havana, Florida.
Wooldridge says the Paul Revere Riders also have a secondary objective in their ride across the country. He says they also want to promote a reduction in the amount of legal immigrants in the country.
In fact, Wooldridge says he wants the U.S. to limit the number of legal immigrants allowed into the country to 200,000 per year for the next 20 years.
The Paul Revere Riders say they are holding demonstrations on their stance on immigration at 48 state Capitols. Tallahassee was their 31st Capitol stop.
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