Mark Zuckerberg pro amnesty ad features Marco Rubio (Americans for a Conservative Direction, Bush, Barbour, Facebook)

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Marco Rubio appears in the pro-amnesty ad below. The ad is from "Americans for a Conservative Direction", which is a conservative front group for Facebook head Mark Zuckerberg's "" effort to push amnesty and increased immigration.

Per , Americans for a Conservative Direction "will spend seven figures" to run the ad below in Texas, Florida, Utah, North Carolina, Iowa, and Kentucky and to run an ad supporting Lindsey Graham in South Carolina.

Another front group, "Council for American Job Growth", will run ads designed to appeal to liberals.

Those involved in the conservative front group are:

[A] blue-chip board of advisers, including former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour; Sally Bradshaw, the former chief of staff to Jeb Bush; Dan Senor and Joel Kaplan, the former George W. Bush advisers; and Rob Jesmer, the former executive director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee who serves as the campaign manager for

Brian Walsh, the former NRSC communications director, is working closely with the group on communications and strategy.

Barbour is a former lobbyist for the Mexican government, and the Bush family has various motivations for increased Latin America immigration, for instance that it would increase the chances of George P Bush becoming president.

See the Marco Rubio page for all the many reasons he's wrong, and see comprehensive immigration reform for how amnesty would harm the U.S.