Republican Iowa Congressman Steve King responded after an organization backed by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg launched an advertising blitz against him Friday. King issued a statement saying the commercials, which were paid for by Zuckerberg’s pro-immigration reform group , show the Facebook chairman and CEO wants to “reward people for breaking our laws” in order to bring in talent for his company.
“I am under attack by billionaire Mark Zuckerberg because I am one of the few who will stand up and tell the truth about amnesty,” King said in his statement. “He wants amnesty because it would benefit his multi-billion dollar corporation, but I’m fighting to preserve the Rule of Law. Why would we reward people for breaking our laws? Rewarding law breakers produces more law breakers.”
I don’t think billionaire Zuckerberg’s jihad in favor of illegal aliens is going to cut much ice in Iowa.
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