National Immigration Forum Funded by Soros and the Left

Matthew Boyle
Big Government
2 June 2013

The National Immigration Forum (NIF), the force behind the so-called “Evangelical Immigration Table” (EIT), is actually a front group for players on the institutional left including billionaire George Soros and the Ford Foundation, according to reporting by Breitbart News and other outlets.

According to the Huffington Post, EIT is running a $250,000 advertising campaign in favor of the Senate’s “Gang of Eight” immigration bill. Even so, EIT admitted to Breitbart News it does not legally exist as an incorporated political entity or non-profit organization but said NIF is the group that “facilitates” its activities.

NIF is a power player in immigration politics, and includes among its leadership some of the most powerful Washington figures on the issue…

…Interestingly enough, even though evangelicals are receiving funding from Soros and his groups, his official website notes that he “identifies himself as an atheist.”

Soros is also well known for his pro-amnesty, open borders positions on immigration.


Read the complete article at Big Government.


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