Immigration memo intended for Rove arrives on Democrat's fax
An immigration memo intended for embattled White House advisor Karl Rove arrived instead on the fax machine of a Democratic congressman, RAW STORY can reveal.
The congressman who received the fax opted not to comment, and asked that his name not be used.
The focus of Smith's memo, addressed to "Hon. Karl Rove," is on immigration politics.
"Immigration needs to be considered in the context of: (1). Media Bias, (2). Animosity toward the president and (3) the feelings of the Republican base," Smith's memo states.
Smith is a member of the Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security, and Claims as well as the Subcommittee on Economic Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Cybersecurity. No issues regarding the legislative jurisdiction of these committees are mentioned.
Smith goes on to suggest that "Liberals can easily and accurately be painted as opposing enforcement." His office did not return a call seeking comment.
The document, verified by RAW STORY and traced to Smith's fax machine telephone line, follows.