Tax Cuts, Prison Reform, Amnesty: Billionaire Koch Brothers Shape GOP Agenda Ahead of Midtermsby JOHN BINDER
May. 15, 2018
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The pro-mass immigration GOP megadonor billionaire Koch brothers are shaping the agenda for the Republican-controlled Congress ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, thus far ditching President Trump's popular agenda of economic nationalism.
For months, the Koch brothers have urged Republicans in Congress to focus primarily on three initiatives: Touting the benefits of tax cuts, pushing an amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, and promoting prison reform legislation that would train convicts for U.S. jobs.
The Republican leadership in the House and Senate have already focused much of their attention to the already-passed tax cuts, despite likely midterm GOP voters repeatedly saying that the financial reform is not enough to bring them out to vote.
In one recent poll, reported by Breitbart News, GOP midterm voters said immigration was the second most important issue facing the nation — just after national security — while tax reform was one of the least important issues.