Dan Stein Report (a project of FAIR) targets Latina Candidate in Nevada citing Tequila Party MovementWednesday, April 18th, 2012
Only hours after we posted our support for a female candidate via Xiomara for Congress … the Tequila Party Movement (a female-led movement based out of Arizona) was discovered in one of the most anti-immigrant websites and lobbying groups in our nation that appears to make a concerted effort to stop all immigration in our country. This organization does not seem to want legal immigration reform that will fix our broken system because they appear to rebuke politicians who have reasonable legal immigration views.
Now that we know that FAIR and Dan Stein’s anti-immigrant website is targeting a LEGAL American Puerto Rican Citizen via Xiomara for Congress, we are asking every Latina in our Country to support a pro legal immigration Latina because we know that FAIR will probably support her Democratic opponent that is white and/or the Tea party Republican incumbent.
Do you want to learn more about FAIR and their history that is dripping with bigotry?
Learn how FAIR attacks minorities running for office (example: Spencer Abraham of Michigan who ran for Senate) . We hope the attorney for SPLC will watch Xiomara’s race closely, and we have already contacted SPLC informing their office and alerting them to FAIR’s activities regarding a fellow Latina running for Congress via our Xio.
Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center discusses the Federation for American Immigration Reform in this video below:
See below NUMBERS USA Immigration scorecard where they give Mitt Romney the best score. On a side note: Kris Kobach of Kansas who advised Mitt Romney during GOP 2012 elections endorsed Mitt Romney – and is part of the legal architect of FAIR. We perceive Numbers USA as a racist, anti-immigrant and anti-Latino organization that is part of the John Tanton network.
From the Southern Poverty Law Center:
JOHN TANTON NETWORK
The organized anti-immigration “movement” is almost entirely the handiwork of one man, Michigan activist John H. Tanton.
Here is a list of 13 groups in the loose-knit Tanton network, followed by acronyms if the groups use them, founding dates, and Tanton’s role in the groups.
Those organizations designated as hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center are marked with an asterisk (*).
In this list, “founded” means a group was founded or co-founded by John Tanton. “Funded” means that U.S. Inc., the funding conduit created and still headed by Tanton, has made grants to the group.
*American Immigration Control Foundation
AICF, 1983, funded
*American Patrol/Voice of Citizens Together
*California Coalition for Immigration Reform
CCIR, 1994, funded
Californians for Population Stabilization
1996, funded (founded separately in 1986)
Center for Immigration Studies
CIS, 1985, founded and funded
*Federation for American Immigration Reform
FAIR, 1979, founded and funded
1996, founded and funded
1973, joined board in 1980
1994, founded and funded
*The Social Contract Press
1990, founded and funded
1983, founded and funded
1982, founded and funded