Rob Maness Once Served On ‘Hispano’ Board Which Advocates For Mass Immigration And Amnesty

UPDATE: Rob Maness’ Campaign Goes On Full Attack Against Hayride Reporter For Pointing Out Facts In His Bio

Republican Col. Rob Maness, who has positioned himself in the US Senate race as a conservative, once served on the Hispano Chamber of Commerce board of directors, a group that advocates for mass immigration and amnesty.

In his biography online, Maness touts that he did in fact serve as a non-voting member of the Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce and Hispano Chamber of Commerce boards of directors.

A closer look at Hispano shows that the organization advocates for further illegal immigration, continued uncontrolled immigration and “comprehensive immigration reform,” which is coded DC-language for amnesty.

Hispano also advocates for a path to legalization for illegal immigrants, as well as taxpayer funded education for illegal immigrant students.

Check out their full position here:



Maness has labeled himself a conservative early on in the Louisiana US Senate race, which will replace current conservative Sen. David Vitter (R-LA), who is leaving office.

Also in the race are conservative Rep. John Fleming (R-LA), Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy and Democrat Caroline Fayard, among others.

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