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America’s richest billionaires support open borders

America's richest billionaires are overwhelmingly leftist, Democrat, open-border globalists. On the list of Forbes' wealthiest billionaires there are descriptions of every personality linked their enormous wealth.

Published: July 31, 2018, 9:43 am

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    Jeff Bezos who runs Amazon, is a huge Democrat supporter who pushes open borders and communism through his ownership of the Washington Post. He recently donated $33 million to fund scholarships for illegal immigrants.

    Microsoft’s Bill Gates is a liberal who is a founding member of the open borders lobbying group FWD.us along with Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook.

    Gates is also a major supporter of H-1B visas which will replace American workers with foreigners. He’s praised Canada’s loose immigration policies under Justin Trudeau. His wife is extremely liberal, openly discriminates against white males and recently attacked President Trump over his “alarming” immigration views.

    Facebook founder Zuckerberg is a globalist who supports open borders and regularly attacks President Trump’s immigration policies through his lobbying group FWD.us.

    Since President Trump’s election, Zuckerberg has turned Facebook into the most heavily censored website on the internet and moved to massively suppress conservative websites.

    Warren Buffett is a long-time Democrat who backed Barack Obama in 2008 and throughout his presidency. He supported Hillary Clinton in 2016. Despite cultivating the persona of a simple investor, Buffet made billions off the banker bailout which he championed.

    A study found that Facebook had eliminated 93 percent of traffic to top conservative websites since 2016 US election

    The Gateway Pundit has repeatedly reported on tech giant censorship of conservative content. The TGP website itself reached a record number of page views in 2017.

    Larry Ellison donated to the Republican neoconservative cause by supporting open borders through his company Oracle which backed Senator Marco Rubio’s Gang of Eight and I-Squared immigration bills. His company is a major user of H1-B visas. He’s donated millions to Marco Rubio who has been a vocal advocate for mass amnesty for illegals.

    Larry Page and Sergey Brin own Google. They are currently the number one censors of conservative content in the world, both through Google Search and their ownership of YouTube, and major advocates for open borders globalism.

    The Koch brothers donate to neoconservative Republicans like Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan too but are completely opposed to Trump’s America First policy and strict immigration.

    The Kochs recently began funding advertising praising Democrats on immigration and supported Paul Ryan in his efforst to pass a mass amnesty bill. It failed to get anywhere near the needed number of votes in the House in late June.

    The Walton family, who own Walmart, were major backers of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign as well as the Democratic Party.

    Steve Ballmer was an early supporter of Zuckerberg’s FWD.us, though his name is no longer on their website.

    Phil Knight of Nike is not outspoken but he nevertheless attacked President Trump’s 20 percent Border Adjustment Tax proposal back in March, 2017.

    Michael Dell of Dell Computers is another big Republican donor but he too supports open borders through the Technology CEO Council in the form of so-called “immigration reform”.

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