from NumbersUSA: Reporter for KXJB in Fargo, ND, Chris Berg, exposed the immigration-expansionist group Partnership for a New American Economy last week during his evening program, “Point of View”. Berg’s report focused on efforts to resettle refugees in the Fargo area and the role of outside Business groups, like the Partnership for a New American Economy’s in those efforts. The Partnership for a New American Economy is a consortium of business leaders and big city mayors that supports expanding immigration. The group is led by Marriott CEO Bill Marriott, Disney CEO Bob Iger, Boeing CEO Jim McNerney, former San Antonio Mayor and HUD Secretary Julian Castro, former NYC mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg, former Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, FOX Chairman Rupert Murdoch, and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. In his first report, Berg focused on efforts to resettle refugees in North Dakota and the link to Partnership for a New American Economy and international businessman and open-borders advocate George Soros.
Editors note: See List of CO-CHAIRS: (link)
Bill Marriott Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board, MarriotBob Iger CEO & President Disney Jim McNerney Chairman, Boeing Julian Castro Former Mayor, San Antonio Michael Bloomberg Former Mayor, NYC Michael Nutter Former Mayor, Philadelphia Rupert Murdoch Chairman News Corps and 21st Century Fox Steve Ballmer Former CEO, MicrosoftNational Immigration Forum (NIF) organized an October 29, 2013 “fly-in” of some 600 people to lobby House Republicans to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill that had been drafted several months earlier by the so-called “Gang of Eight” U.S. Senators. Among those who co-hosted the October 29 event were:
- George Soros (#19 on the Forbes 400);
- Partnership for a New American Economy, whose co-chairmen included Michael Bloomberg (#10 on the Forbes 400), Steve Ballmer (#21), Rupert Murdoch (#30), Douglas M. Baker Jr. (#161), and Bill Marriott (#296);
- Fwd.us, founded by Mark Zuckerberg (#20) and including among its supporters Bill Gates (#1), Eric Schmidt (#49), Reid Hoffman (#103), John Doerr (#184), Stanley Druckenmiller (#184), John Fisher (#193), Barry Diller (#260), Sean Parker (#273), Jim Bryer (#352), Mark Pincus (was #212 in 2011), Matt Cohler (worth $400 million), Fred Wilson (#16 on Forbes Midas List of top tech investors), Ron Conway (#41 on the Midas List), and Richard Kramlich (#73 on the Midas List).
In addition to the names above were many multi-millionaires and even billionaires whose total assets were not quite as immense.Source: Soros & Fellow Billionaires for Open Borders Lobby GOP on Amnesty, by Mark Krikorian (October 29, 2013).]]>