Five million stinky Indians with fake degrees have taken 100% of our tech jobs from our best and brightest American engineers.
Whhaaa? That’s impossible you say, its a “temporary non-immigrant” visa. Yah non-immigrant my ASS. Over 40% of them never go back. Over FIVE MILLION OF THEM HERE for ONLY FOUR MILLION JOBS. That’s 100% American Genocide. ITS GODDAMN GENOCIDE GOT IT! ITS FREAKIN GENOCIDE!
Now at least a few Republicans are demanding that Trump actually offer a REAL immigration break not the FAKE ONE he peddled.
House Republicans including Reps. Lance Gooden, R-Texas, Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., Mo Brooks, R-Ala., and Louie Gohmert, R-Texas wrote to Trump requesting he suspend temporary guest worker visas until the crisis abates.
“If the economy were booming and we had low unemployment, perhaps these measures wouldn’t be necessary,” Gooden told Fox News on Thursday. “We’re seeing 33 million Americans have lost their jobs and need to figure out how to make ends meet. We cannot be importing foreign labor to compete with them for whatever jobs are left.”
Letter to Lance “Thanks for fighting to stop immigration during this virus.
Over 5 million H-1B workers are here. there are only 4 million tech jobs in America. That’s 100% replacement thats a goddamn genocide.
They let in 350,000 each year, not 85,000 as they tell you. Its a goddamn genocide.
It’s not a NON-IMMIGRANT visa, over 40% go on to get green cards. It’s a goddamn genocide.
Why is America throwing its best and brightest in the streets replacing the with what 3 GAO studies says are dim witted fake degreed fake resumed pond scum? You tell me. It’s genocide. It’s goddamn genocide.”
Email your representative and send them YOUR letter – https://ziplook.house.gov/htbin/findrep_house?ZIP=
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Trump signed an executive order last month after promising that he would “temporarily suspend immigration into the United States.” The eventual order cited “the impact of foreign workers on the United States labor market, particularly in an environment of high domestic unemployment and depressed demand for labor” as a reason for the restriction — as well as pressures on health care and other factors amid the coronavirus crisis.