BIG MEAT wants the cheap refugee labor, no wonder Congress won’t reform law, by Ann Corcoran, 6/15/17
But, it isn’t just the Meatpacking industry, it is the Chamber of Commerce, the hospitality industry, other food processing and manufacturing that has become dependent on the refugee labor force that you and I pay to bring to America (and support with our social service dollars!) See my previous post where CIS refutes a very big lie.
Tyson Foods at Storm Lake, Iowa changing the demographic makeup of heartland towns, paying low wages to refugees and lobbying Congress for more! In a few days I’ll tell you why I am re-posting this information about greedy companies like Tyson Foods lobbying Congress side by side with the refugee contractors/’religious’ charities who claim they are working for the good of humanity.
Have a look at some of my recent posts on Big Meat (particularly Tyson Foods!): NYT: How Tyson Foods and its greedy demand for cheap immigrant labor ‘saved’ an Iowa town. Garden City, Kansas to become new poster-city for the joys of BIG MEAT-generated multiculturalism
Bloomberg: Trump’s refugee ceiling of 50,000 could hurt BIG MEAT. Storm Lake, Iowa: Filling America’s “dead spots” with diversity! Nebraska: Lutherans, Somalis, meatpackers, mosques (and controversy) in small town America My list is huge and I could go on, but you get my drift. Click here for my complete archive on Tyson Foods.
Big Meat’s desire for cheap labor, in conjunction with the lobbying efforts by the NGO refugee industry, produce a powerful juggernaut working against taxpaying citizens (we have no lobbyists) just looking for reform of the system that would include some say as to what is happening to our home towns and how much it’s costing us—financially, culturally and security-wise!
If you really want to do something (rather than sending angry comments to blogs and facebook pages), call your member of Congress this week and next—tell them to defund the US Refugee Admissions Program, then get to work reforming it.