Zuckerberg Pushes Amnesty Letter-Writing Campaign After Becoming Richer than Google Founders
On the day Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg became wealthier than the founders of Google and Amazon, his pro-amnesty group launched a letter-writing campaign to Congress to push for permanent comprehensive amnesty legislation.
On Thursday, FWD.us, which has spent millions of dollars on both sides of the aisle to push comprehensive amnesty legislation, urged amnesty advocates to write letters to their Representatives urging action on amnesty legislation.
The online application asks supporters to:
Tell your story of why immigration reform matters to you. Then, enter your information and we'll take care of mailing the letter to your representative!
As Breitbart News has been reporting, high-tech lobbies like FWD.us want an increase in the number of high-tech guest-worker visas that will lower the wages of American workers even though numerous nonpartisan scholars and studies have shown that there is a surplus--and not a shortage--of American high-tech workers.
On Thursday, Bloomberg News reported that Zuckerberg "added $1.6 billion to his fortune" after Facebook shares closed at a record high. Zuckerberg is now worth more than the founders of Google and Amazon and is on pace to become, according to one analyst, the richest person in the world.