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Mark Zuckerberg’s lobbyist in Washington, DC, is slamming the Atlantic magazine for admitting some Americans are harmed by cheap-labor migration.
Todd Schulte runs a pro-immigration lobbying group, FWD.us, which was set up by several billionaire and millionaire investors and CEOs, including Facebook’s Zuckerberg.
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His target is Jeffrey Goldberg, the progressive editor of the Atlantic magazine. Laurene Powell Jobs, the wealthy liberal widow and heir of Apple founder Steve Jobs, bought the magazine in 2017.
“The Atlantic has great journalism— [but] constantly publishes disproven, veritably false garbage too on immigration,” Schulte tweeted to Goldberg on November 24.
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Schulte’s quick insult was directed at Goldberg’s decision to publish an immigration-related article titled “The Democrats’ White-People Problem.” The article said the Democrat Party would gain votes if it recognized the painful economic impact of business-backed cheap-labor immigration on many voters who backed Donald Trump in 2016:
“You’re gonna go with false job displacement stuff? You’re gonna prop up that Democrats are for ‘open borders’?” Schulte jeered.
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The article in the Atlantic was written by a left-wing university professor and was aimed at the Atlantic‘s readership of non-business progressives, many of whom despise President Trump and his voters for supposedly being racists.
The four-step article said Democrats can appeal to the white voters who have been hit hard by cheap-labor immigration — without staining their own claimed status as progressive opponents of racists.
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White voters will be a majority of voters for many years, author Joan Williams wrote:
Writing off an ocean of rural and Rust Belt red is a terrible strategy in the long term.
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“Why not just wait for the white working class to die off?” asked an audience member at last year’s Berkeley Festival of Ideas. I get this question a lot, and I always reply: “Do you understand now why they voted for Trump? Your attitude is offensive, and Trump...
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