Tuesday, June 11, 2019



IN THE November 2006 election, the voters demanded congressional ethics reform. And so, the newly appointed chairman of the Senate Rules Committee, Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., is now duly in charge of regulating the ethical behavior of her colleagues. But for many years, Feinstein has been beset by her own ethical conflict of interest, say congressional ethics experts.

“All in all, it was an incredible victory for the Chinese government. Feinstein has done more for Red China than other any serving U.S. politician.Trevor Loudon

Watch– Charlie Kirk: ‘Chinese Puppet’ Joe Biden ‘Won’t Be Nominee’

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Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA told Breitbart News on Saturday that “Joe Biden is a Chinese puppet” who will not end up being the 2020 Democrat nominee for president. He said Democrat voters today prefer radical candidates who hold views much farther to the left than those of the former vice president.

Kirk offered his remarks in an exclusive interview at the Young Women’s Leadership Summit in Dallas, Texas.
“Joe Biden will not be the Democrat nominee; he will be devoured by the progressive base,” said Kirk to Breitbart News, “He’s weak, he doesn’t know where he stands on any issue, he has no spirit, he has no energy. Plus, the left, they want someone much more radical.”
“[Biden] is all the things they hate,” added Kirk, “He’s old, he’s white, and he’s a male. They don’t want any of that stuff, and so they are going to do everything they can to destabilize and destroy him. He’s always been a weak politician. Barack Obama made him relevant because he needed an elder statesman that’s been around for a while.”
“Joe Biden has said some of the most horrifically racist things that you could possibly imagine,” added the TPUSA founder, “He was best friends with former KKK leader Robert Byrd, he supported segregation in the 1970s.”
Kirk also mentioned that while he “can’t wait” to see Biden get “destroyed and destabilized” in the Democrat primaries, it is still concerning that the alternative candidates are so much further to the left than the former vice president.
“I don’t think Joe Biden is necessarily as radical as the far-left is. I do think he’s more corrupt,” said Kirk, “Joe Biden is a Chinese puppet; Joe Biden is bought by the Chinese — his son [has] taken a billion dollars from the Chinese into a sovereign wealth fund.”
“The fact that Joe Biden is so weak on China shows that he would rather put Chinese interests above the American interests,” said Kirk, “He won’t be the nominee.”
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Watch–George Will: America Needs ‘As Much Immigration as Economy Can Take’


Never Trump, economic libertarian columnist George Will says the United States needs “as much immigration as the economy can take” to supply corporations with a never-ending flow of foreign workers and provide jobs to willing foreign nationals, no matter the cost to America’s working and middle class.

During an interview with Hill.TV, Will doubled down on his support for electing any of the multiple Democrats running for president against President Trump and said he wants as much immigration as the U.S. economy can handle.
Will said:
I believe immigration is an inherently entrepreneurial act. It’s people uprooting themselves, taking a risk for themselves and their families. I think a country where the baby boomers are retiring, where we have an aging workforce, where we have seven million unfilled jobs at the moment, and we have people clamoring to get into our country and get to workI’m for as much immigration as the economy can take and the economy needs immigration just as much as the immigrants need the American economy. [Emphasis added]
Will also said that the enormity of Big Tech giants like Amazon, Google, and Facebook and their monopolized power over large swaths of the U.S. economy was a testament to capitalism “working.”
“I think capitalism is working,” Will said, going on to claim that Big Tech corporations are not monopolies, despite a handful of Silicon Valley billionaires controlling the overwhelming majority of social media networks, search engines, and now online retail services.
Will said:
The idea that because something is big, which Google obviously is and Facebook and all the rests, it is a dangerous monopoly, you have a dangerous monopoly when you have a service people need and can’t do without … I can deal without Facebook. People did for a very long time. So the idea that mere size makes Facebook a public threat is illogical. [Emphasis added]
Will’s support for mass illegal and legal immigration — effectively a rendition of President George W. Bush’s “any willing worker” cheap labor program that sought to provide businesses with a constant stream of foreign workers in order to never have to compete for American workers by increasing wages and providing better working conditions — is vastly out of step with Republican voters, conservatives, and Trump supporters who prefer the president’s high wage, economic nationalist agenda.
The latest Harvard/Harris Poll found that among Republicans, conservatives, and Trump supporters, the biggest priorities were building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to stop illegal immigration and reducing all legal immigration to the country.
Currently, more than 1.2 million legal immigrants are admitted to the country every year, with foreign-born voters expected to account for one-in-ten U.S. voters in the 2020 election.
Nearly 70 percent of all legal immigration to the U.S. comes through the process known as “chain migration,” whereby newly naturalized citizens are allowed to bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the country with them. Nearly ten million legal immigrants have been admitted to the country through chain migration in the last decade, alone, and in the next two decades, chain migration is expected to import about eight million new foreign-born voters.
John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder

The U.S. Created Just 75,000 Jobs in May, Much Worse Than Expected

Workers at the Hollywood Bed Frame Company attend an event to mark the company's upcoming expansion which will double the manufacturer's workforce, adding 100 new local jobs, at the company's factory in Commerce, California, seven miles (11 km) southeast from downtown Los Angeles, April 14, 2017. Hollywood Bed Frame says …

The U.S. economy created only 75,000 jobs in May and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 3.6 percent, the Labor Department said Friday.

Economists had expected the pace of job creation to moderate to 180,000 after April’s extremely hot initial report of 263,000. The unemployment rate was expected to rise to 3.7 percent.
The estimate for jobs created in March was revised down to 153,000 from the previously reported 189,000. April was revised down to 224,000.
After revisions, the economy has added 151,000 over the past three months. For the entire year, payroll gains have averaged 164,000, a much slower rate than 2018’s 223,000.
Wages gains slightly lagged forecasts. Average hourly earnings were up 3.1 percent compared with a year ago, just below the 3.2 percent expected, and 0.2 percent compared with April. The average work week held steady at 34.4 hours.
Unemployment is at the lowest rate since December 1969. The rate for African Americans declined sharply to 6.2 percent from 6.7 percent.
The lower than expected figure for job creation, however, is likely to intensify expectations that the Federal Reserve will cut its interest rate target sooner rather than later.
Professional and business services was the strongest category for the month, adding 33,000 positions. Health care grew by 16,000. Construction added 4,000. Manufacturing and mining added 3,000.
Retail shrank by 15,000. There was no noticeable bump from Census jobs, which many economists had expected to show up in May’s numbers.

Billionaire Kochs to Financially Back Democrats Pushing Amnesty, Free Trade

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The pro-mass immigration Koch brothers’ network of billionaire, donor-class organizations is readying to financially back Democrats, so long as they promise to support amnesty for illegal aliens and vote to advance free trade at all costs.

In a memo to its staff, the Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity (AFP) organization announced that the economic libertarian group is set to back any elected official in Washington, DC, — including Democrats — who support their agenda of amnesty for illegal aliens and endless free trade, and oppose the GOP voter-preferred economic nationalist agenda of less immigration and tariffs to protect American jobs.
The memo read:
The threat of being primaried prevents policymakers from leading on difficult issues and driving principled policy reforms. AFP or AFP Action will be ready to engage contested U.S. Senate, U.S. House, and state-level primary races, including Republican, Democrat, Independent or otherwise, to support sitting legislators who lead by uniting with others to pass principled policy and get good things done. [Emphasis added]
The Koch effort to financially support pro-amnesty, anti-economic nationalist Democrats would come to fruition through the creation of multiple issue-specific Political Action Committees (PACs), all under the larger Koch network umbrella.
Support for free trade absolutism, amnesty for illegal aliens, and an anti-economic nationalist voting record are basic requirements for Democrats and Republicans who want financial support from the Koch brothers, as outlined in AFP’s memo:
Four new issue specific Political Action Committees (PACs) will be created to make contributions directly to candidates. We know that candidates will seldom agree with Americans for Prosperity on every issue. But for those who do the politically difficult job of leading on a critical issue, these issue specific PACs will make it clear why millions of Americans support them on that issue, even if they have principled disagreements on others. The PACs, which will launch in the coming weeks as new entities working with our broader community, are: Uniting for Economic Opportunity, Uniting for Free Expression, Uniting for Free Trade, and Uniting for Immigration Reform. [Emphasis added]
The initiative is set to put the Koch brothers’ network of donor class organizations in line with Democrats such as Joe Biden — who has backed amnesty for all illegal aliens and continues to support the NAFTA free trade deal that eliminated nearly five million American jobs — and Republicans such as Justin Amash who opposes the use of tariffs and has previously suggested support for an amnesty for illegal aliens shielded from deportation by President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Meanwhile, the Kochs’ doubling down on amnesty and free trade puts them not only at odds with economic nationalists such as President Donald Trump and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) — both of whom support tariffs on foreign imports and cracking down on multinational corporations who outsource U.S. jobs — but also with the overwhelming majority of Republican voters, conservatives, and Trump supporters.
The latest Harvard/Harris Poll revealed that the vast majority, nearly 8-in-10, Republican voters support tariffs on Chinese imports. Likewise, close to 85 percent of Trump supporters said they support tariffs on China and 76 percent of conservative voters said the same. A majority, 53 percent, of all U.S. voters said they support tariffs on Chinese imports.
On immigration, the billionaire donor class continues to be out of step with Republican voters.
While the Koch brothers, U.S. Chamber of Commercecorporate CEOs, and Silicon Valley elites have continuously demanded amnesty for illegal aliens and increased levels of legal immigration, Republican voters have said their top priorities are building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to stop illegal immigration and reducing all legal immigration to the country.
The Koch network’s economic libertarian, anti-populist agenda of free trade, mass legal immigration, and entitlement reform has little-to-no support among the American electorate. The economic libertarian agenda, once fronted by former House Speaker Paul Ryan, failed to sway voters in the 2018 midterm elections.

Still one of the most telling charts of voter-profiles from recent election. The results: There is no support for economic libertarianism across U.S. Source: http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2017/06/new-study-shows-what-really-happened-in-the-2016-election.html 

Previously, the Kochs and their network have opposed any reductions to legal immigration to raise American workers’ wages, reforms to save U.S. taxpayers billions of dollars by ending welfare-dependent legal immigration, and an end to the country’s birthright citizenship policy that rewards illegal aliens’ U.S.-born children with American citizenship.
The nation’s Washington, DC-imposed mass legal and illegal immigration policy — whereby at least 1.5 million unskilled foreign nationals are admitted to the U.S. every year — is a boon to corporate executives, Wall Street, big business, and multinational conglomerates, as America’s working and middle class have their wealth redistributed to the country’s top earners through wage stagnation.
Research by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has discovered that immigration to the country shifts about $500 billion in wages away from working and middle-class Americans toward new arrivals and economic elites.
Meanwhile, decades of free trade has spurred 

mass layoffs, unemployment, and offshoring 

of high-paying American jobs while surging 

trade deficits. Since China entered the World 

Trade Organization (WTO), the U.S. trade 

deficit with China has eliminated at least 3.5 

million American jobs from the American 

economy. Millions of American workers in all 

50 states have been displaced from their jobs, 

which have been lost due to U.S.-China trade 

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder

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