Billionaires Try to Jam Unfettered Immigration Down Our Throats

The 1% of the 1% are tossing their considerable financial muscle towards erasing the U.S. border and ushering in an era of insanely cheap labor for themselves and a docile voting majority for their political henchmen.

Led by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, the FWD.US front group is preparing to lavish $10 million or more on ads, political activism and campaign contributions designed to block Donald Trump or any other GOP candidates who talk about the terrible impact of illegal immigration.Zuckerberg_meets_Obama is looking to counter the anti-immigration reform rhetoric in the GOP primary and lay the groundwork for an overhaul of the country’s immigration laws in early 2017 once the next president takes office. Formed in 2013 by tech giants including Facebook’s Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Reid Hoffman and Eric Schmidt, among others, the group accounted for 75 percent of all paid media spent in 2013 and 2014 to support immigration reform and had field operations in 29 states and 149 target House districts at the peak of the debate.

The effort, backed by other out-of-touch mega billionaires like Bill Gates of Microsoft and Eric Schmidt of Google, is run by a failed former Republican strategist Rob Jesmer.

In 2013 and 2014, Jesmer—a former director of the GOP Senators’ campaign-funding committee—relied heavily on skewed polls to persuade some Republicans to back his bosses’ failed push to import 33 million more wage-reducing, productivity-cutting,welfare-supported workers who double as taxpayer-subsidized consumers. That push failed because it was so unpopular in all corners of America that GOP voters in Virginia ejected the GOP’s Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor in his June 2014 primary, while other voters ejected five Zuckerberg-backed Democratic Senators in November.

Strangely, the mainstream media, who can’t create enough stories about how evil billionaires push politics they don’t like, are entirely silent about this cabal of fatcats using their wealth to impose an entirely new standard of living on the middle classes.