Pro-Amnesty Billionaires start to pick their candidates

Republican billionaires who support amnesty for illegal aliens are starting to pick their candidates. Sheldon Adelson is supporting Marco Rubio, and it looks like the Koch brothers are supporting Scott Walker.

First, Sheldon Adelson:

Before Iowa and New Hampshire, GOP candidates are competing in the Sheldon Adelson primary, and some will travel to his posh Venetian hotel in Las Vegas this weekend in hopes of winning it. But one candidate — Marco Rubio — has emerged as the clear front-runner, according to nearly a half-dozen sources close to the multibillionaire casino mogul. Since entering the Senate in 2011, Rubio has met privately with the mogul on a half-dozen occasions. In recent months, he‘s been calling Adelson about once every two weeks, providing him with meticulous updates on his nascent campaign.

Adelson is passionate about amnesty for illegal aliens.

Las Vegas hotel magnate and prominent GOP donor Sheldon Adelson believes all of the country’s illegal immigrants should be put on a path to citizenship and given driver’s licenses and bank accounts while on that path.

And so is Marco Rubio! He sponsored a bill that would have provided amnesty to illegal aliens, and just a few days ago told Jorge Ramos (in Spanish, of course) that he wants amnesty for "Dreamers" to continue.

And then there are the Koch brothers.

Charles G. and David H. Koch, the influential and big-spending conservative donors, appear to have a favorite in the race for the Republican presidential nomination: Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin.

On Monday, at a fund-raising event in Manhattan for the New York State Republican Party, David Koch told donors that he and his brother, who oversee one of the biggest private political organizations in the country, believed that Mr. Walker would be the Republican nominee.

The Koch brothers want amnesty for illegal aliens too:

Guess who is putting up lots of money to pressure House Republicans to pass a massive amnesty and immigration increase bill similar to the one Reid championed in the Senate? That would be none other than the Brothers Koch.

In recent weeks Scott Walker has come out strongly for and against amnesty for illegal aliens.

You can often tell where a candidate stands by who stands with them.

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