“Conservatives” Supposed To Descend Upon Washington To Push For Amnesty

I supposed the rest of us are all supposed to just fall in line and cater to these scofflaws, who demand they are given citizenship, despite breaking our laws, stealing identities, clogging up our services, refusing to learn English, demanding we cater to their language and preferences

(Fox Latino) They’re calling it a “fly-in.”

From all around the United States, some 300 conservative leaders from various religious denominations, the agricultural industry, law enforcement and business sector are planning to travel to Washington on Oct. 28 to press Republican lawmakers to work on a comprehensive immigration bill, reported USA Today.

These conservative leaders feel that they can succeed in swaying these lawmakers where others so far have failed.

“I’m not an advocate of open borders. I’m not an advocate of blanket amnesty. I just see (undocumented immigrants) who are hurting and want to contribute to their family … and the system is not working for them,” USA Today quoted Jeremy Hudson, a pastor, as saying.

Hudson’s Fellowship Christian Church is located in House Speaker John Boehner’s Ohio district. The USA Today report said that organizations involved in the fly-in are the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Partnership for a New American Economy, which was founded by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg; and FWD.us, co-founded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other tech industry leaders who are pushing for more visas for highly-educated immigrants.

Hmm, I’m seeing lots of “social conservatives”, who are, with all due respect, not the same as fiscal conservatives, and tend to want more government. Also, are groups linked to Bllomberg and left leaning Zuckerberg “conservative”? Hell no. And there is a difference between pushing for visas (meaning less jobs for Americans) and any form of amnesty.

Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum, which is helping coordinate the effort, said to USA Today that those who will be taking part represent “the conservative base of the Republican Party.”

Well, now, the NIF, that’s a big conservative group, right?

(Breitbart) The National Immigration Forum (NIF), the force behind the so-called “Evangelical Immigration Table” (EIT), is actually a front group for players on the institutional left including billionaire George Soros and the Ford Foundation, according to reporting by Breitbart News and other outlets.

Another astroturfed group pretending to be something they aren’t. Don’t expect anyone in the left leaning media to bother noticing that the majority of the groups that show up on October 28 to demand “immigration reform” are not conservative.

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2 Responses to ““Conservatives” Supposed To Descend Upon Washington To Push For Amnesty”

  1. Gumballs_Not_Gumballs says:

    “I’m not an advocate of open borders. I’m not an advocate of blanket amnesty. I just see (undocumented immigrants) who are hurting and want to contribute to their family … and the system is not working for them

    “I’m all for a hot room, but only as long as the Air Conditioning is turned on full blast”. “I want it to snow, but only if I can have it in the summer”. “I want smaller gov’t, but I demand MORE services and free stuff”.

    Yeah. right. Like you say Teach, with the media’s Socialist PR wing in full swing, they refuse to do any investigative work. This will get pimped by the Soros Media and used to push real conservatives in to changing. Yet, TRUE conservatives know their issues and know the role of gov’t.

    And sorry Teach, I would not call these “social conservatives” if they are for blanket amnesty or citizenship because: “these people have to provide for their families”. These are still liberal ideologies.

    The only reason that we have such a huge problem with immigration is because of our open borders compared to other nations. It is easier for people leaving their own desolate home countries to come here than to other well off nations.

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