One might want to call it the MarcoMark bill. The first part of the due is Senator Marco Rubio who introduced the bill earlier this year. The second part is Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook who is heavily backing the bill. The Immigration Innovation Act is the bill that nobody’s discussing and that Rubio hopes never gets brought up again in light of the recent San Bernardino terrorist attacks perpetrated by the son of a Muslim immigrant and a his wife, a fresh Muslim immigrant.
It isn’t just Rubio who hopes the bill doesn’t get much press. Many of his biggest financial backers have promoted the bill as well for its core that expands the five major visa categories. This would give many of them a pool of inexpensive candidates to bring over to their coporations.
For the full details, check out the extensive Breitbart report:
— JD Rucker (@0boy) December 13, 2015
This is significant for two reasons. First, it again portrays the reality that Rubio has been trying to hide that he is very weak on all forms of immigration. He might be attempting to endear himself to the conservative base, but if there’s one thing we know for certain about Rubio it’s that he believes in saying whatever he needs to say in order to win an election. His instincts for political expediency are rivaled by nobody in the field other than Hillary Clinton. He proved this by riding the Tea Party to victory before abandoning their ideals once he made it into office.
The second reason this is significant is that it displays Rubio’s willingness to be bought. As with his not-so-famous cronyism with Big Sugar, his obsession with the tech industry and kissing up to the likes of Zuckerberg demonstrate a dangerous trend that cannot be allowed to reside in the White House.
Marco Rubio might be the Republican Establishment’s best hope, but America is starting to realize that his brand of conservatism is only skin deep. He may be the most dangerous candidate in the field for both the Republican party as well as the country itself.