At this time, it's unclear who made the website—but it details in depth the immigration transgressions of Sen. Rubio in a way that has yet to be done on the campaign trail. As 2016 GOP frontrunner billionaire Donald Trump marshals his forces to take on Rubio—the new Washington establishment candidate given that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's campaign is floundering—this website could become a central part of the campaign. The URL for the site is RubioAmnestyPlan.Com, and could severely threaten to debunk Rubio's efforts to claim again to conservatives just like he did before that his immigration viewpoint is not amnesty.
On Wednesday evening, BuzzFeed News noticed the website. A Trump aide, Dan Scavino, had tweeted out a link to the site.
On Wednesday evening, a search of the link to the website on Twitter showed that only Scavino had tweeted the link at that time.
Here's a screenshot of the search on Twitter of the site on Wednesday night showing only Scavino tweeting it:
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