Why Dems and Republicans Like Rubio Back Massive Muslim Immigration
According to Pew Research, only 11 percent of Muslim Americans identify as Republican or leaning-Republican, making them one of the most reliable Democrat voting blocs in the country. As Politico recently reported, the Obama Administration is working to get green card holders registered to vote. Because refugees and green card holders can freely collect welfare, this magnifies the existing cultural challenges for Republicans in getting non-Western voters to support Western political ideas.
Hostility to “Western political ideas” — i.e., individual liberty and responsibility — is the raison d’être of the Democrat Party. Ergo the voluntary importation of over a quarter of a million Islamists per year.
But what do Republicans get out of it?
GOP presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) — whose campaign predicts he will be in first place by February — has introduced a new foreign worker bill which would substantially increase Muslim immigration. His bill, known as the I-Squared bill, has been described as the “gold standard of high-tech reform,” by billionaire Mark Zuckerberg’s immigration lobbying group.
Fakebook’s Zuckerberg represents the extreme left position regarding the displacement of Americans by Third Worlders.
The bill would essentially lift green card caps for foreign students and triple the number of foreign workers admitted on visas. This initiative will help businesses like Disney in Rubio’s home state of Florida expand its profits by keeping down the cost of labor.