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Rubio's Problematic Personnel Picks
Chief of staff has close ties to open borders folks
FireAndreaMitchell.com -- May 3   
 Cesar Conda --- Marco Rubio's chief of staff worked for George Soros
Cesar Conda
    Cesar Conda is Marco Rubio's Chief of Staff. He recently made his Tweets private (protected) so the general public can't ready them. Cesar Conda has been pushing amnesty for illegals on Twitter and elsewhere as Marco Rubio's PR agent. Conda, who is an immigration lawyer, went to work for George Soros before becoming Rubio's Chief of Staff. Cesar Conda worked on the editorial advisory board of George Soros magazine, The International Economy Magazine.
    Cesar Conda had been spinning lies about the amnesty bill about how illegal wouldn't get welfare, wait more than 10 years for citizenship, etc. Those lies have been completely debunked.
    Another Rubio spokesperson, Alex Conant, recently compared illegal aliens living and working in this country to the institution of slavery. So now you understand why Marco Rubio is so gung ho for amnesty. He surrounds himself with a George Soros monkey like Cesar Conda and other idiots like Alex Conant. Sad that Rubio is turning to be such a huge disappointment. At this point, he doesn't seem much different than Charlie Crist.
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    The Washington Post reported that Conda also worked as Sen. Spencer Abraham's Legislative Director.
    This is from Peter Brimelow in 1999: "Unfortunately, our current immigration policy is consuming the environment with urban sprawl, hurting the poor and minorities with intensified wage competition, and ultimately threatening the American nation itself -- what Abraham Lincoln called "the last, best hope of earth" -- with cultural and linguistic fragmentation.
    "And, of course, the current mass immigration policy is bipartisan. Both major party leaderships have tacitly agreed to keep the subject out of politics. No single figure is more responsible for this than Sen. Spencer Abraham, R-Mich., chairman of the Senate's Immigration Subcommittee.
    "Abraham was a key figure in sabotaging the most recent chance of reform, the Smith-Simpson immigration bill, in 1996."

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