Pro-amnesty big business groups attracted to Carly

How can anyone honestly say that Carly Fiorina is unattractive?  It's quite the opposite, especially when it comes to pro-amnesty big business interests, who are flocking to her banners now that she has had a taste of Donald Trump's blood.

Carly Fiorina has emerged as the Republican candidate of the moment in conservative fundraising circles, drawing the notice of the billionaire Koch brothers and other wealthy donors who could instantly remake her shoestring presidential campaign.

Fiorina's show-stealing performance in a Republican presidential debate last month, and her subsequent surge in the polls, has prompted industrialists Charles and David Koch to take a “serious look” at the former Hewlett-Packard chief executive, according to three sources close to the brothers.

She has now moved to the short list of candidates the Kochs may support with their reported $1 billion war chest, the sources said.

The Koch Brothers are more libertarian than conservative, and they support amnesty for illegal aliens, probably because of the promise of cheap labor.

Even before her rapid rise in the polls -- she has vaulted to second place in the key early voting state of New Hampshire -- Fiorina had already garnered about $2 million in support from the likes of reclusive hedge fund baron Robert Mercer and former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio.

Can you guess what a former Univision CEO with a name very similar to Pinocchio feels regarding amnesty for illegal aliens?

“We think she’s pretty viable,” said broadcasting billionaire Stanley Hubbard, a member of the Koch brothers' network of conservative advocacy groups who donates heavily to political candidates.

Stanley Hubbard is the guy who pressured Scott Walker to reverse himself on birthright citizenship.  Like a vampire, having drained Walker of political vitality, he's now latching onto Carly's neck.

Why would all these pro-amnesty guys put their money behind Carly?  Because she's pro-amnesty, too:

Carly supports keeping birthright citizenships and allowing anchor babies, calling attempts to change the law a mere "distraction". She supports amnesty for so-called "Dreamers", and supported Marco Rubio's gang of 8 amnesty bill. (By the way, wasn't Marco's prepared speeches great in the debate? If you think so, please don't vote for him.) Carly refuses to say whether she supports a broad amnesty program. She opposes deporting illegals. These positions only put her a smidgeon to the right of Jeb Bush, who openly supports amnesty for illegals; they hardly make her a raging lion of conservatism.

I hope Trump highlights her record in the next debate; you can be sure Carson and Cruz will be too timid to, and the rest of the candidates basically agree with her.

This article was written by Ed Straker, senior writer of NewsMachete.com, the conservative news site.

How can anyone honestly say that Carly Fiorina is unattractive?  It's quite the opposite, especially when it comes to pro-amnesty big business interests, who are flocking to her banners now that she has had a taste of Donald Trump's blood.

Carly Fiorina has emerged as the Republican candidate of the moment in conservative fundraising circles, drawing the notice of the billionaire Koch brothers and other wealthy donors who could instantly remake her shoestring presidential campaign.

Fiorina's show-stealing performance in a Republican presidential debate last month, and her subsequent surge in the polls, has prompted industrialists Charles and David Koch to take a “serious look” at the former Hewlett-Packard chief executive, according to three sources close to the brothers.

She has now moved to the short list of candidates the Kochs may support with their reported $1 billion war chest, the sources said.

The Koch Brothers are more libertarian than conservative, and they support amnesty for illegal aliens, probably because of the promise of cheap labor.

Even before her rapid rise in the polls -- she has vaulted to second place in the key early voting state of New Hampshire -- Fiorina had already garnered about $2 million in support from the likes of reclusive hedge fund baron Robert Mercer and former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio.

Can you guess what a former Univision CEO with a name very similar to Pinocchio feels regarding amnesty for illegal aliens?

“We think she’s pretty viable,” said broadcasting billionaire Stanley Hubbard, a member of the Koch brothers' network of conservative advocacy groups who donates heavily to political candidates.

Stanley Hubbard is the guy who pressured Scott Walker to reverse himself on birthright citizenship.  Like a vampire, having drained Walker of political vitality, he's now latching onto Carly's neck.

Why would all these pro-amnesty guys put their money behind Carly?  Because she's pro-amnesty, too:

Carly supports keeping birthright citizenships and allowing anchor babies, calling attempts to change the law a mere "distraction". She supports amnesty for so-called "Dreamers", and supported Marco Rubio's gang of 8 amnesty bill. (By the way, wasn't Marco's prepared speeches great in the debate? If you think so, please don't vote for him.) Carly refuses to say whether she supports a broad amnesty program. She opposes deporting illegals. These positions only put her a smidgeon to the right of Jeb Bush, who openly supports amnesty for illegals; they hardly make her a raging lion of conservatism.

I hope Trump highlights her record in the next debate; you can be sure Carson and Cruz will be too timid to, and the rest of the candidates basically agree with her.

This article was written by Ed Straker, senior writer of NewsMachete.com, the conservative news site.