Laurene Powell Jobs – The Money Behind The Border Debacle


Susan Rice runs Joe Biden’s Domestic Policy Council, the nerve center of Joe’s efforts to fundamentally transform America. Within the Domestic Policy Council, a woman named Tyler Moran is the Special Assistant to the President for Immigration. She drives policy toward the border and illegal immigration. If you want to fully comprehend the agenda Moran represents, you need to take a look at her, where she came from, and who funds the machine behind her.

Moran came to the White House from an outfit called The Immigration Hub, which she co-founded and directed. The Hub was created and financed by something called the Emerson Collective. That collective was created by and is run by Laurene Powell Jobs.

Jobs is the widow of Steve Jobs the founder of Apple. She is one of the richest women in the world. Her estimated net worth is somewhere close to $25 billion.

Jobs created the Emerson Collective to push a whole host of left-wing agendas. She has been called the female George Soros. Her attitudes on immigration are crystal clear.

In October 2017, the Emerson Collective financed an art installation spanning both sides of the Mexico-U.S. border barrier to protest the immigration policies of the Trump administration. The piece, depicting the eyes of Mayra, a young illegal immigrant, was created by French street artist, JR. In an article discussing the art installation, Jobs wrote at the time about what she viewed as President Trump’s “dark, dishonest portrayal of immigrants.”

During the same timeframe Jobs visited the border wall – then under construction – and spoke against it. Jobs spoke passionately about the pain caused by the wall and the way it separated people from each other. She also claimed that the wall was opposed by the people living in the area. “ Anyone who lives on the border is against the wall,” she said.

Jobs, of course, does not live anywhere near the border. She divides her time amongst a whole series of plush residences including a mansion in San Francisco, a home on the beach in Malibu, and an equestrian estate in Los Altos Hills, California.

Jobs was one of the leading voices pushing the false narrative that Donald Trump’s administration was separating children from their parents at the border. She penned an editorial in the New York Times on the subject pushing the idea that Border Patrol agents were heartless and callous.

Jobs also funded the production of a VR presentation called Carne y Arena purporting to show the perils faced by illegal migrants crossing the border into the United States from Mexico. The presentation focuses heavily on entirely unrealistic portrayals of heavily armed Border Patrol officers pointing rifles at women and children and subjecting them to various types of abuse.

A promotional piece for the presentation included this description.

“Now you find yourself virtually walking with immigrants across the desert until the helicopters and border patrol show up with guns drawn, screaming at you to get down on your knees. We won’t give away the rest of the VR story, but you can imagine the range of emotions and the depths of despair from the virtual characters you have been walking with.”

Carne y Arena

Jobs is on the record as favoring amnesty for all illegal immigrants currently in the country. The Emerson Collective is currently funding and supporting a roving art project called “Inside Out 11M,” which is designed to put pressure on Congress to legalize “Dreamers, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders, farmworkers, and other essential workers.”

Not surprisingly then, Tyler Moran’s positions on immigration matters mirror those of her patron, Laurene Jobs. In 2011 Moran testified before Congress opposing efforts to institutionalize E-Verify and require employers to verify that their employees were in the country legally.

“There are currently 8 million undocumented workers in the country, representing 5.2 percent of the U.S. labor force. Our economy is highly dependent upon low-wage, low-skilled labor provided by undocumented workers, and our country would face significant economic consequences if undocumented workers were to suddenly leave the workforce. For example, California, Texas and New Jersey account for approximately 25 percent of U.S. Gross Domestic Product. In those states, undocumented immigrants account for about 9 percent of the workforce. Removing undocumented workers from these states—virtually overnight—from the aboveground workforce would “deal a staggering blow” to one quarter of the U.S. economy.”

Tyler Moran

Never mind that each and every one of these undocumented workers was taking a job from an American here legally. The imperative was to keep businesses supplied with cheap labor.

Since taking on her new role in the Biden White House, Moran has faithfully pushed the narrative scripted for her by the Emerson Collective and Laurene Jobs. There is no crisis. We are moving to a new, kinder, gentler system. All is well.

“Apprehensions don’t tell the full story and getting to zero is not a measure of success,” Moran said in an interview. “We’re moving toward a fair, orderly and humane system,” Moran added. “We’re increasing and improving legal migration and deterring irregular migration. We have put in place a number of policies creating legal pathways to migrate and seek protection, and we see that as a metric of success.”

Tyler Moran

People often speak of how the government is in control of our corporations and institutions. Increasingly, the truth is exactly the opposite. We live in an oligarchy, one comprised of relative handfuls of incredibly wealthy and powerful people who buy influence and manipulate politicians like marionettes.

Increasingly these oligarchs are infused with radical anti-American ideas and ideologies. They use their power not to better America but to destroy it.

Laurence Jobs is one of those people. She is driving U.S. immigration policy and effectively erasing our southern border. Follow the money. It will tell you everything you need to know.