Mega-wealthy businessmen working with Open Borders Left to change YOUR town

Out of the shadows!

On Wednesday we told you about Fox News/Wall Street Journal’s Rupert Murdoch’s Partnership for a New American Economy (see the co-chairs here including Murdoch, Michael Bloomberg, etc) promoting an Open borders agenda because they say we need millions of new American workers. (It is no wonder that Fox and the Wall Street Journal are trying to destroy Trump!)

Lubell with title
Out of the shadows! Leftist community organizers like Lubell have partnered with globalists, Chambers of Commerce, to change your towns.

And, we told you here (on Monday) about community organizer and Davos darling David Lubell of Welcoming America (here with Obama in Nashville) where I speculate that Lubell is working with global industries to smooth the way in communities for cheap immigrant labor (and of course new Democrat voters as an extra added benefit).

See our entire archive on Lubell at RRW by clicking here.  Lubell got his start with seed money from George Soros.

The Partnership is out of the shadows!

Now we learn that there is no need to speculate—they are working together!  I wonder do Welcoming America’s immigration activists know of the close relationship between Welcoming America and BIG BUSINESS?

Rupert Murdoch
Smug old man Rupert Murdoch is working tirelessly to destroy your towns.

Welcoming America and the Partnership for a New American Economy have partnered in a grant giveaway program—Gateways for Growthdesigned to get your town or county softened up to accept MORE immigrants and refugees!

Community collaboratives must have their applications in by February 5th (from their website):

Immigration is one of our nation’s greatest assets. As immigrants move beyond traditional gateways like New York and Los Angeles to communities across the country, neighborhoods have been revitalized, small businesses have flourished, and cities have been enriched by the economic, civic, and cultural contributions of new Americans.

Recognizing this value, local governments, chambers of commerce, and non-profit organizations are joining forces to develop multi-sector strategic plans for attracting, retaining, and integrating immigrants and international talent. Such plans have spurred new initiatives to support immigrant and U.S.-born entrepreneurs, promote citizenship and financial empowerment, improve public safety, and advance education and workforce goals to help regions compete in the global economy.

To support the development of these plans in communities across the United States, the Partnership for a New American Economy Research Fund (PNAERF) and Welcoming America announce the Gateways for Growth Challenge. The Challenge is a competitive opportunity for local governments, chambers of commerce, and non-profit organizations to jointly apply for research, technical assistance, and matching grants to support their strategic planning processes. Interested communities should submit a Letter of Intent by Friday, February 5th at 5pm EST to challenge@gatewaysforgrowth.org.

Now go to their Frequently Asked Questions to learn more, by clicking here.

In order to receive matching grant money through this program a ‘non-profit’ group must submit an application with one of the following:

To be eligible, nonprofits must apply with a government or private sector entity. Non-profits can be the lead applicant, but there must be partnership from another stakeholder as well.

Private sector entities include the following:

Chambers of Commerce, private companies, local employers, economic development corporations, and private foundations.

All of you concerned for American workers and the future social/cultural cohesion of your towns, not to mention your security, must immediately try to determine if your local government or Chamber of Commerce is working hand-in-glove with globalists (Murdoch, Bloomberg, Marriott, Disney) and the No Borders Left to destroy America.

Please try to stop them!  America’s future as a sovereign nation depends on you!

Addendum: In case you missed it—Rupert Murdoch’s WSJ not happy with Trump/Jeff Sessions alliance, here.