Dear Friend of America's Survival,
With the death of David Koch, it's important to remember that the Koch brothers are libertarians, not conservatives.
Koch-sponsored libertarianism means soft-on-crime policies, open borders, legal dope and prostitution, abortion and gay rights, extreme pornography, a complete American military withdrawal from the rest of the world, and “free trade” with Russia and China.
When he left the Obama Administration in disgrace, the expectation was that “former” communist Van Jones would return to Oakland, California, and resume his duties as an anti-police street activist. Instead, Jones, a former activist with the group, Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement (STORM), emerged as a point man for Koch Industries in a multi-million dollar campaign for “criminal justice reform.”
The spectacle of Jones appearing at a podium emblazoned with the company name “Koch Industries” (see above) became a reality when the ACLU and the billionaire Koch brothers joined forces to sponsor an all-day “Bipartisan Summit on Criminal Justice Reform.” Jones orchestrated most of the conference, serving as a moderator and speaker.
On domestic issues, Trump signed the Koch- and Soros-backed "Empty the Prisons" bill. Big mistake.
While the Koch brothers did give $5 million to the Coalition for Public Safety, a group that met with former Attorney General Eric Holder to push “criminal justice reform,” it is the left-wing billionaire, George Soros, who has really been behind the campaign. He gave the ACLU $50 million in 2014 “to end mass incarceration.”
George Soros and Charles Koch then teamed up to launch a foreign policy think tank, the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft .
For America's Survival,