Posted by: Ann Corcoran | January 19, 2013

Open borders Norquist invited to Kansas: dresses down Secretary of State Kris Kobach

I know I am putting energy elsewhere these days, but some things I can’t let go!  This is one.  I have a massive archive now on Grover Norquist and want to be sure it’s up-to-date.

It seems that Norquist was recently invited to Kansas to gin up the industry base (those looking for plentiful cheap labor) to oppose Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s efforts to get an Arizona-like law in place in Kansas.  Some of you may have met Kobach in Frederick, MD in May 2011, here.

Before I tell you more about Norquist’s trip to Kansas, please see just a few of our previous posts on Norquist, friend of Islamists.  See what Rep. Frank Wolf said about him on the House floor in 2011, here.   See what Pamela Geller (in Maryland last week, btw) said about him here.  From that 2010 post:

Pamela Geller (Atlas Shrugs) has written an incredible expose today at American Thinker about Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform, charging that he has for more than a decade helped Islamic supremacists get positions of power in Washington.   She goes on to warn Tea Party activists that he is working to keep the Tea Party movement silent on issues involving national security and the war on terror.

And, who can forget that Norquist told Soros’ “Think Progress” that Shariah law was compatible with the US Constitution here in 2011.

For ambitious readers, here is our complete Grover Norquist archive.

Now back to Kansas.

From America’s Voice*, an open borders website, funded by George Soros, that has a new hero—Norquist!  (Emphasis below is mine)

Poor Kris Kobach.  It’s one thing to be maligned by people you hate and believe should self-deport, but it’s another thing to be called out by those who are supposed to be your friends.

Last week we wrote about how Kobach, the architect of state anti-immigrant laws like Arizona’s SB 1070 and Alabama’s HB 56, is determined to bring a similarly destructive law to Kansas.  The Kansas Business Coalition for Immigration Reform—which includes groups like the Kansas Chamber, Kansas Livestock Association, Kansas Farm Bureau, and restaurant, construction, and agriculture groups—was alarmed at what Kobach’s legislation could mean for the economic climate in the state, and sponsored anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist to come to the state and give Kobach a dressing-down.

Read it all!

I can only guess that now that Norquist’s tax fighting image has been so tarnished by pledge defectors that he is moving on to other areas (immigration!) where he might wield power.   I believe Norquist’s open borders goal isn’t to help the farmer milking cows and wanting cheap labor, it’s about getting his Muslim friends into the US.  Kobach stands in his way.

*See America’s Voice entire profile here at Discover the Networks.



  1. […] note:  This post is cross-posted from my other blog Potomac Tea Party Report.  Although Norquist is opposing Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s efforts largely related to […]

  2. Thanks for posting this information as I was not aware of Norquist’s positions. There are so many fronts in the liberty war I get overwhelmed.

    • I know just what you mean! It does get overwhelming! I tend to have what I call issues ADD (Attention deficit disorder). My latest rant is for every activist to find some few things to focus on and really try to win (because you have studied your issue and know what you are talking about) or at least get your message out past the mainstream media.

  3. don’t forget that grover norquist was also in the board of goproud, the homosexual activist group set on overtaking the republican party.

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