Immigration News

Corporations Exposed Funding More Sanctuary City Advocates

The topic of illegal immigration will be a critical issue in the 2016 presidential campaign and last night we heard Donald Trump highlight the dangers of sanctuary city policies that undermine our nation’s laws by prohibiting law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration officials. Sanctuary cities are essentially havens for criminals and many are released back on the streets to commit more crimes because law enforcement is hamstrung by these policies – as we saw in the tragic death of Kate Steinle in San Francisco.

Earlier this summer, we added Immigration to the issues scored in 2ndVote’s database because corporations like Bank of America, Comcast, and Walmart fund La Raza and LULAC, two liberal organizations that advocate for sanctuary cities.

Our research team has found two more organizations that receive corporate donations and support these dangerous sanctuary policies: the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) and the Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans (AAMA), which is an affiliate of La Raza. Both of these liberal organizations have joined coalitions that have lobbied Congress in opposition to legislations that would defund sanctuary cities.

Below we’ve included lists of the companies that directly fund and partner with these liberal organizations; Starbucks, for example, has donated over $100,000 to AAMA. We think conservatives should study this list and understand how corporations are funding the efforts to keep dangerous sanctuary policies in place.

We’ll continue to follow the Immigration issue and expose the corporations and organizations that support sanctuary cities. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to be the first to see 2ndVote’s latest research.

USHCC Corporate Partners
5/3 Bank
AARP 
ACCCE
AFPM
AIG
airbnb
Allstate
Altria
American Airlines
Anheuser-Busch
API
Apple
AT&T
AvisBudgetGroup
Bank of America
BB&T
BBVA Compass
BMW
BNY Mellon
BP
Cancer Institute of America
Capital One
Cargill
CFSA
Chevron
Cigna
City of Dallas
Coca-Cola
Comcast
Comerica 
Cracker Barrel
Cummins
CUNA
CVSHealth
Diageo
Duke Energy
eCOM-L@C
EEI
Enterprise Holdings
Experian
ExxonMobil
Facebook
FedEx
FIU
Ford
Fox
FPL
Friedman & Fieger
GE
GM
Goldman Sachs
Google
Goya
GPC
HCA
Heartland
Hilton
Honda
Intel
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorganChase
Kaiser Permanente
Kraft
Kroger
Macy’s
Marriott
Merck
MGM Resorts
Microsoft
MillerCoors
MLB
mobilite
MoneyGram
Motorola
MyBusinessMatches.com
NAB
NACA
NANA
Nationwide
NCTA
netSpend
NewYorkLife
Northrop Grumman
Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
Paychex
Pepsico
Pfizer
PNC
Principal
Prokarma
Shell
SiempreTax
Sodexo
Sprint
Starwood Hotels
State Farm
Supervalu
Target
Telemundo
The Home Depot
The Walton Family Foundation
TIAA-CREF
Toyota
TransCanada
Uber
UDT
Union Bank
UnitedHealth Group
Univision
UPS
US Bank
Verizon
Visa
Walgreens
Wells Fargo
Wyndham Worldwide

2016 USHCC Convention Sponsors
AARP
ACE Cash Express
Altria
American Airlines
Anheuser-Busch
AT&T
Avis Budget Group
Bank of America
BBVA Compass
Boehinger Ingleheim
BP
BWM
Cisco
Coca-Cola
Comcast
Comerica Bank
Edison Electric Group
Enterprise Group
ExxonMobile
FedEx
Florida International University
GM
Goya
Group O
Hilton
Honda
HP
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorganChase
Macy’s
MasTec
MGM Resorts
MillerCoors
Nissan
Pacific Light and Gas
Paychex
Pepsico
Pinnacle Group
Regions
SDI International 
Shell
Southern California Edison
State Farm
Telemundo
Time Warner
Toyota
Uber
UDT (United Data Technologies)
UPS
Verizon
Visa (Corporate Chair)
Walgreens
Wells Fargo

 

AAMA Donors
Bank of America
Comcast
ExxonMobil
JPMorgan
Chase
Macy’s
Marathon Oil
Starbucks
Walmart
Wells Fargo

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