The Evangelical Immigration Table is a Front Group for the Left-wing National Immigration Forum
Posted on 14-Jul-2013. Updated on 04-Sep-2013.
Topics: Immigration Reform Lobby  Billionaires in Politics
The Evangelical Immigration Table has been lauded by many news articles as evidence that evangelical Christians are organizing around immigration reform. It turns out that the group is a front for the left-wing National Immigration Forum.
The National Immigration Forum (NIF), the force behind the so-called “Evangelical Immigration Table” (EIT), is actually a front group for players on the institutional left including billionaire George Soros and the Ford Foundation, according to reporting by Breitbart News and other outlets.
According to the Huffington Post, EIT is running a $250,000 advertising campaign in favor of the Senate’s “Gang of Eight” immigration bill. Even so, EIT admitted to Breitbart News it does not legally exist as an incorporated political entity or non-profit organization but said NIF is the group that "facilitates" its activities.
NIF is a power player in immigration politics, and includes among its leadership some of the most powerful Washington figures on the issue.
In 2009, OSI donated $257,152 to NIF aimed at “implementing immigration reform campaign through communications, policy, and field organizing.”
Also in 2009, OSI donated another $1.5 million to “allow” NIF to “manage and lead Four Pillars Campaign for comprehensive immigration reform, and sustain core policy work supporting and leading policy efforts.”
A year later, in 2010, Soros’s OSI gave NIF another $1.5 million over two separate grants both intended for “general operating support.”
NIF has also received $1 million total from the leftist Ford Foundation, spread over two separate half-million-dollar grants in 2009 and 2011. Those grants were both intended for advocacy in favor of comprehensive immigration reform.
 "NATIONAL IMMIGRATION FORUM FUNDED BY SOROS AND THE LEFT", Matthew Boyle, Breitbart.com, 2-June-2013