Jared Kushner called for America’s Big Tech companies to be granted their desire for large amounts of cheap labor to be delivered to the country through mass immigration during a Wall Street Journal interview on Friday.
Kushner on why he's pushing an immigration deal: "A lot of these companies that we meet with in the high-tech industry, they want to bring people into this country." from WSJ interview behind paywall.
— Jessica Vaughan (@JessicaV_CIS) December 13, 2019
Major corporations such as Facebook, Google and Amazon are known for their lobbying efforts in favor of the immigration system Kushner alludes to, and it’s probably no coincidence the President’s son-in-law declined to actually name the “companies in the high-tech industry” that want cheap labor. The massive corporations are broadly unpopular with conservatives, and many Trump supporters wouldn’t be happy if it became known that Kushner was taking the lead in pushing their immigration agenda from the White House.
Kushner’s views are commonly held by pro-big business Republicans who wish to deliver a nearly unlimited stream of cheap labor for their campaign donors. He’s pushed previously for an immigration system that would maintain record-setting levels of existing immigration, merely retooling admissions to shape the labor market in the favor of massive corporations.
Kushner appears to have appointed himself as some sort of kingpin on immigration policy, despite having no credibility on the issue and lacking a following from any Republicans who proven conservative track records on the topic.
He made an attempt earlier this year to market his pro-big business immigration platform to Republican senators. Those with poor track records on the issue such as Utah Senator Mike Lee got on board, but it’s unclear if Republican legislators broadly support his Chamber of Commerce-style giveaway policies.
Despite his personal relationship with the President, it’s quite clear that Kushner is far from a genuine representative of Donald Trump on immigration policy. The President could possibly be far better served by appointing someone with a genuine, credible conservative track record on the hot topic as his chief congressional negotiator for it, such as senior policy advisor Stephen Miller.
Dan Crenshaw White Knights for Liz Cheney After Republicans Blast Her Support for Trump’s Second Impeachment
Birds of a feather flock together.
Liz Cheney, daughter of Dick, was one of ten GOP House members to vote “yes” on President Donald Trump’s unprecedented second impeachment. Then when some were calling on Cheney to resign over her disgraceful vote, Dan Crenshaw, who voted against impeachment, quickly came to her defense and announced his “full support” for her.
“Let’s get some truth on the record: @Liz_Cheney has a hell of a lot more backbone than most, & is a principled leader with a fierce intellect,” Crenshaw tweeted Wednesday afternoon. “She will continue to be a much needed leader in the conference, with my full support.”
“We can disagree without tearing each other apart,” he added.
Let’s get some truth on the record: @Liz_Cheney has a hell of a lot more backbone than most, & is a principled leader with a fierce intellect. She will continue to be a much needed leader in the conference, with my full support.
— Dan Crenshaw (@DanCrenshawTX) January 13, 2021
Crenshaw himself was then roundly criticized in the replies to his tweet.
The people of Wyoming can do better than Liz Cheney, like the people of Texas can do better than you
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) January 13, 2021
I wish SNL never mocked you, because then you'd just be some un-known RINO, but unfortunately they made you a star.
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) January 13, 2021
Really thought you were the man. Much respect for your service and sacrifice, but if you are part of the GOP trying to purge the party of Trumpism. Count me out. I can’t handle more Romney n McCain candidates
— Andrew Sean (@aehoosierdaddy) January 13, 2021
So sad. Turns out your just another politician. You’re right about disagreeing. You’ll see it at the ballot box next election how we can peacefully disagree.
— Rhonda Mc (Parler @rkmcsp) (@rkm_64) January 13, 2021
Cheney’s vote comes as no surprise. Big League Politics reported on her recent statement in support of Trump’s second impeachment, part of which read: “There has never been a greater betrayal by a President of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution. I will vote to impeach the President.” For this CNN laughably called her the “conscience of Republicans.”
Read More: No, Liz Cheney is Not the Future of the GOP
As the old saying goes, “birds of a feather flock together.” Dan Crenshaw and Liz Cheney most certainly do not represent the future of the GOP.
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