Can this be called Pay to Play? Cecilia Munoz is Obama’s director of Domestic Policy Council. She is married to a human rights attorney, who is a “former counselor to George Soros’ Open Society Institute,” which spends billions to make open borders a reality. She is a former chair of the Center for Community Change, another Soros-funded activist group. The short story is that Munoz moved to the White House from her position as a vice president at La Raza. Once she made the move, taxpayer funding of La Raza soared–doubled–almost tripled.
Prior to Muñoz joining the Obama administration, La Raza received $4.1 million in federal funds. When President Obama brought her aboard in 2009, he issued a special “ethics waiver” since it violated his lobbyist ban. In 2011, it was reported by Judicial Watch that between 2009 and 2010, the funding increased from $4.1 million to $11 million — more than doubling and nearly tripling. Source: CapitolCityProject
If that’s not obscene enough, Obama loaned-out Munoz to guide the Senate Gang of 8 along, as they wrote, or she wrote, its “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” bill. Completely believable, because you and I know few legislators write their own legislation. In a copious June 2013 article, the New Yorker said Obama and his “policy staff, led by Cecilia Munoz…had written its own detailed bill.” In March 2013, Munoz is quoted saying of the Gang of 8s bill, “we are eager to get to a markup as soon as possible.” Generally speaking, those getting to markup are members of Congress, not White House personnel.
Yes, the bill passed the Senate, and the House rejected it, but it’s not dead news, in my opinion. It’s one of those “never forget it” situations that Republicans McCain, Graham, Flake and Rubio brought about, with the aid of Cecilia Munoz, a former La Raza officer, and wife of a former Open Society lawyer (Amit Pandya). Sounds like Pay to Play to me.