The billionaire CEO of Amazon is committed to making sure lawlessness reigns in America by donating $33 million to send DREAMers to college.
Seems like someone is intent on turning the U.S. into a third world nation.
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Billionaire Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has announced that he will be donating $33 million to create college scholarships for 1,000 DREAMers — illegal immigrants brought into America by their parents.
Politico reports that Bezos, the billionaire CEO of e-commerce giant Amazon and owner of the Washington Post, will be donating $33 million alongside his wife MacKenzie Bezos to create college scholarships for illegal immigrant DREAMers. Bezos donation is being made to TheDream.US, a nonprofit group founded by the former owner of the Washington Post, Don Graham. According to TheDream.US website, the group is “working to help over 4,000 highly motivated DREAMers graduate from college with career-ready degrees. DREAMers are immigrant youth who came to this country at a very young age without documentation.”
Politico has more:
Republicans and Democrats in Congress are negotiating with the White House on a legislative deal to address the roughly 700,000 young undocumented immigrants who could face deportation when DACA winds down in March.
“MacKenzie and I are honored to be able to help today’s Dreamers by funding these scholarships,” Bezos said in a statement, noting that his father came to the U.S. as an immigrant from Cuba when he was 16 years old.
The undocumented immigrants are not eligible to receive student financial aid from the federal government and most states. Through the scholarship program, they can receive up to $33,000 in aid over four years to help pay for college at one of 70 partner institutions. The program said it currently funds 2,850 Dreamers.
Bezos “thinks that helping you is a great way to help not only your future but the future of the United States,” Graham said of Dreamers on a conference call with reporters Friday.
It’s almost as if Democrats don’t truly love their country.