The immigration-reform advocacy group founded by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg - FWD.us (pronounced "forward U.S.") - and funded by fellow Silicon Valley entrepreneurs including Microsoft's Bill Gates and Yahoo's Marissa Mayer - is rolling out a plan for the 2016 election that will include "substantial" investments in battleground states.
This primary campaign season, the immigration conversation has been dominated by hard-line rhetoric about border walls, mass deportations and birthright citizenship, and now Donald Trump's Muslim immigration ban. FWD.us says it's trying to refocus the conversation on comprehensive immigration reform.
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Their prime interest appears to be "let us bring in all the cheap labor we want, so we can fire more US workers and make more money for ourselves".
Dear Tech Billionaires: Go to hell.