The pro-mass migration Koch siblings’ network of billionaire, donor class companies is uniting plutocrats, corporations, and the open borders lobby to press an amnesty this year, all while swearing not to back President Trump in his 2020 re-election bid.
This week, the Koch network– which consists of Americans for Success, the Libre Effort, and Flexibility Partners– hosted more than 630 millionaire and billionaire donors who offer hundreds of thousands to the network of companies every year.
The Koch network at the elite winter season event in California repeated that they would offer no financial backing for Trump in the 2020 governmental election.
The Kochs and their libertarian donors have actually launched projects over the last two years opposing the president’s pro-American migration reform program that seeks to decrease all immigration to the U.S. in addition to his economic nationalist platform that consists of using tariffs to secure American tasks and U.S. industry.
Additionally, Koch spokespeople at the donors’ conference stated the network has its sights set on pressing amnesty for millions of unlawful aliens this year.
This effort will be a unity pact between Silicon Valley tech executives– who profit from a relentless circulation of less expensive, foreign labor and more consumers to purchase items– along with the open borders, billionaire George Soros-funded ACLU and international corporations, according toNational Evaluation:
Brian Hooks, chairman of the Koch Workshop Network, informed assembled attendees of the Koch network’s winter conference on Monday thatthe network’s effort to unify a broad union to push Congress and the White House had already started[Emphasis added]
” We just got the longest government shutdown in the history of our nation, and this issue was at the core,” Hooks stated. “When you read the headlines stating this is impossible, it’s understandable.However we see a chance to bring the same technique that this network gave criminal-justice reform, to join a broad-based policy coalition with groups from the ACLU to individuals in Silicon Valley, to Fortune 500 companies, to members of the religious community, and a lot of individuals in between.This isn’t wishful thinking; this is already underway” [Emphasis added]
The Koch network’s economic libertarian, anti-populist agenda of open market, mass legal migration, and entitlement reform has little-to-no assistance amongst the American electorate. The financial libertarian program, when fronted by previous Home Speaker Paul Ryan, failed to sway voters in the 2018 midterm elections.
Still among the most telling charts of voter-profiles from current election. The results: There is no support for financial libertarianism across U.S. Source: https://t.co/u5u99 K1nW1 pic.twitter.com/TfenFo8FZa
— John Binder (@JxhnBinder) January 23, 2019
Koch donor Art Pope, who heads Range Wholesalers, said that while he wants merit-based legal immigration, he supports expanding legal immigration levels beyond the more than 1.5 million that are admitted to the U.S. every year already.
The Kochs and their network have opposed any decreases to legal migration to raise American employees’ earnings; reforms to conserve U.S. taxpayers billions by ending welfare-dependent legal migration; and an end to the nation’s bequest citizenship policy that rewards unlawful aliens’ U.S.-born kids with American citizenship.
Every year the U.S. admits more than 1.5 million immigrants, with the huge majority stemming from family-based chain migration, where freshly naturalized residents can bring an endless number of foreign relatives to the U.S. In 2016, the legal and prohibited immigrant population reached a record high of 445 million. By 2023, the Center for Immigration Studies estimates that the legal and illegal immigrant population of the U.S. will comprise nearly 15 percent of the whole U.S. population.
John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.