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Although he’s been out of office for over a decade, George W. Bush is still exerting influence behind the scenes.

Writers like John Binder of Breitbart News have covered the George W. Bush Center, Bush’s public policy think tank, and its relentless push for amnesty ever since Donald Trump left office.

Binder recently covered a piece that Bush Center executives Natalie Gonnella-Platts and Jenny Villatoro penned at the Dallas Morning News, where they called for an amnesty of the roughly 11 to 22 million illegal aliens in the US. They argued that this amnesty is a necessary component of a broader border security strategy.

“Immigration reform in the United States is essential to assuring that we have a secure and efficient border, a system flexible enough to handle changes in migrant flows, and the capacity to treat each migrant with dignity,” the Bush Center writers declared.

They added:

“Any comprehensive plan on Central America and immigration reform should address gender inequity and gender-based violence. How can anyone be expected to thrive when her day-to-day priority is simply to survive? The United States needs to recognize that gender-based violence and gender inequity drive migration.”

Binder has picked up on a pattern of behavior that Bush and his think tank cronies have engaged in the past months, which reflects a concerted effort to pass amnesty.

The op-ed is part of a larger amnesty coalition where Bush has lobbied Republican lawmakers for months to craft an amnesty for illegal aliens with the Biden administration- including increases to legal immigration levels beyond their already historically high rates. Read more…