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CATO, Norquist, Rubio Use Boston to Push Immigration Reform

Secret emails obtained exclusively by Breitbart News show the libertarian Cato Institute, Americans for Tax Breitbart: Reform, and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) are colluding on immigration reform messaging in the wake of the Boston Marathon terror attack in order to push the “Gang of Eight” bill that was released this past week.

On Friday afternoon, political consultant Peggy Ellis of Ellis & Company, who is supporting the Gang of Eight immigration efforts, emailed “Talkers from Rubio” to the group of organizations supporting their efforts such as Cato and ATR.

The email was headlined: “Rubio talking points re: Boston terrorists vis a vis immigration reform.” The message contained three talking points from Sen. Rubio, the first of which argued that the immigration bill would prevent people like the Boston Marathon terrorists from getting into or staying in the country.

“These terrorists came here under the existing system, the one opponents of reform want to leave in place,” Sen. Rubio wrote in his first talking point.

The second Rubio talking point argued that the terrorists “didn’t cross the border” to get into America.

In his third talking point, Rubio argued that authorities only know who the terrorists are because they came here legally to begin with.

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CATO

The group that would end nation states and have a global government, NeoLibertarians

Tbey know they are in trouble

The call for an end to mass immigration has begun, they are trying to change the narrative but the cats out of the bag and mass amnesty bill is going down.

We dont follow existing laws now Rooooobio, new ones arent worth a hill of beans.

Didn't all the

legislation passed after September 11, 2001 improve the Immigration policies and procedures in the United States? Like the application had to be filled out in full with answers that actually relate to their activities once in the United States?

The idiots in Washington think we forget, we haven't.

As usual, I'm not buying the BS no matter how it's packaged.