After Tucker Carlson exposed the financial and political machinations of oligarchical investor Paul Singer, people are now beginning to question the GOP’s traditional donor base.
For many political observers, Singer is an unknow commodity. However, he has a long history of financing establishment candidates like Marco Rubio and backing mainstream causes like open borders.
In fact, several Twitter users recently retweeted a tweet from Donald Trump in 2015, when he called out Singer’s endorsement of Marco Rubio back in November of 2015 during the Republican primaries.
Trump tweeted, “Further proof that Gang of Eight member Marco Rubio is weak on illegal immigration is Paul Singer’s, Mr. Amnesty, endorsement. Rubs can’t win.”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 1, 2015
This wasn’t just any endorsement. It’s one from a donor who has a track record of donating to open borders causes.
For example, Singer is a big donor to the National Immigration Forum, which has championed immigration reform — essentially the codeword for either amnesty or the importation of massive, cheap labor from the Third World. In a piece for The Daily Beast, Ben Jacobs reported that Singer wrote “a six-figure check to the National Immigration Forum.”
Additionally, Singer has been a reliable supporter of leftist issues. In 2012, he pledged “$1 million to build support for same-sex marriage in New York” and he then provided “another $1 million to start a super PAC – called American Unity PAC – with the purpose of encouraging Republican politicians and candidates to support same-sex marriage on a federal level.”
The political correctness we see today that stresses identity politics and destabilizing forces such as mass migration is not exclusive to the Democratic Party.
Supposed “right-wing” figures such as Paul Singer have played a major role in shifting Overton Window towards globalism.
Tucker Carlson’s hard-hitting revelations were very necessary in trying to unmask one of the most subversive figures on the Right.
If America First types want to see their ideas implemented, they will need to do their due diligence and monitor who’s actually bank-rolling their elected officials.
Conservatives should not be surprised when their alleged “champions”, who are bankrolled by establishment figures like Singer, end up selling them out.
Not doing one’s research on candidates and elected officials can prove costly in today’s ever-growing lurch towards globalism.
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