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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

GOP leaders push to import more "Guest Workers"

Per the Drudge Report13,500,000 Millennials Live in Poverty...
46,000,000 Americans on Food Stamps...

GOP - A Party of Whores

  • Fresh from a historic election victory, the GOP acts to fuck over Americans and to import the citizens of foreign nations to replace American citizen workers.
  • The "Conservative" GOP no longer represents the People of the United States.

Top Republican leaders in the House and Senate are gearing up to push legislation in the next Congress that would increase the number of foreign guest-workers even in industries that do not need them. They are hoping such legislation would "open the door" to a broader comprehensive immigration bill.

Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), who chairs the Senate Republican High-Tech Task Force, wants to push his Immigration Innovation Act (I-Squared) that would increase the number of high-tech visas, even though there is no evidence that there is a shortage of American high-tech workers. 

Tech industry lobbies, like Mark Zuckerberg's FWD.us, have spent millions trying to secure massive increases in guest-worker visas that would give them an endless supply of cheap foreign labor even as companies like Microsoft are laying off 18,000 American workers.  

"If we can do I-Squared, I think it would open the door to real, decent, honorable immigration reform itself," Hatch told Reuters.

As Reuters notes, "Hatch represents the tech-rich 'Silicon Slopes' state of Utah, and regularly talks to tech moguls." He has met with Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella and Apple CEO Tim Cook, and he recently told a gathering at Overstock.com headquarters that "there is agreement on reforming the rules governing high-tech visas, known as H-1b visas" and it could "help pave the way for additional and more far reaching reforms,” reports Breitbart News. 

Hatch, whose "bill was first introduced last year with Republican Marco Rubio and Democrats Amy Klobuchar and Chris Coons" and ended up in the Senate's "Gang of Eight" comprehensive amnesty bill, reportedly said, "I think virtually every Republican would vote for this, and I suspect that we'll get a considerable number of Democrats too."

In the House, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), the Judiciary Committee Chairman, told The Hill that House Republican leaders are looking at "legislation dealing with reforming our legal immigration programs, particularly for high-skilled workers and for agricultural workers." He said, “I think that we are going to look at moving those early in a new Congress.”

Last year, Goodlatte hosted a Silicon Valley fundraiser in which donors gave between $10,000 and $40,000. One guest, venture capitalist Rob Conway, said that before he wrote his check to Goodlatte, he "wanted some assurances that Bob Goodlatte would be prepared to discuss immigration reform and what the timetable is for immigration reform, because we’re coming down the wire here with the [midterm] elections [approaching] and we need accountability."

As Breitbart News has thoroughly documented, "despite evidence to the contrary, the tech industry has spent millions trying to get massive increases in the number of H-1b guest-worker visas, claiming that they 'can't find' Americans to do various tech jobs" even though there is a proven surplus of America high-tech workers.

You are fucked over no matter who you vote for.

Welcome to Eternal Poverty
Neither of the corrupt political parties stands up for the American worker.
The open borders Democrats want the endless importation of illegal alien future voters to compete directly with American citizens for jobs.  The open borders Republicans pretend to care about illegals, but do nothing.  The GOP serves their Masters on Wall Street and pushes for the massive importation of "legal" aliens to compete directly for jobs with American citizens.


Armand Vaquer said...

Now we can import Cubans as guest workers! Yayyyy!

Gary said...

Armand you are just a trouble maker.