It wasn’t very long after Randy Boyd announced that he’d spend however much of his mega-millions to
buy get himself elected as governor, that The Tennessee Star revealed that he was a named member of the globalist-open-borders big-business-cheap-labor lobby called the Partnership for a New American Economy (PNAE).
Boyd is listed as the CEO of his company Radio Systems, Corp. right there, second page, last name on the first column.
Given the PNAE’s commitment to amnesty for illegals, continued and increased refugee resettlement and pushing in-state college tuition for illegal alien students, membership in the PNAE hasn’t helped Boyd’s favorability ratings (no matter how much money he spends on TV ads), among conservative voters. Statute-violating Democrat cross-over voters maybe, but not conservatives.
After Boyd threw his name and support to PNAE, the organization teamed up with former TIRRC director David Lubell who now runs Welcoming America (started with a little Soros seed money), in a grant giveaway program called Gateways for Growth, designed to get more immigrants and refugees into embedded into U.S. towns.
It just so happens that half of the G4G grant recipients operate as sanctuary cities listed in Openthebooks.com’s report Federal Funding of America’s Sanctuary Cities – including Nashville.
So after a while, PNAE shortened its name to New American Economy (NAE). The weirdest thing happened with the name change though – it takes a little bit more effort to find out who the globalist-open-borders big-business-cheap-labor coalition members are. But when you finally get to it, a name is conspicuously missing – wanna guess?
Think The Star wouldn’t notice?!
Campaign move? Boyd’s credibility on immigration related issues is seriously in doubt. We haven’t heard that he’s taking back his quarter million bucks from uber liberal Trump hater Renata Soto. Instead, he’s doubling down on how he’s creating entrepreneurs in Tennessee. So what if they are here illegally?
Boyd, who says he “aspire[s] to be like” failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney, aligned himself with “never-Trump” Romney who called Trump a “fraud” and a “phony.” During Romney’s “E2” 2016 retreat which included establishment Republican attendees like Speaker Paul Ryan, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Boyd rejected outright doing anything to support Trump’s campaign:
“The idea of putting my name on anything is anathema to me.”
So committed to working to defeat Trump, Boyd embraced Jeb Bush, serving as a Bush delegate-at-large in the primary.
We haven’t heard whether Randy has renounced his membership in the PNAE/NAE but if any of The Star’s readers hear otherwise, drop us a line and let us know – firstname.lastname@example.org