Below we link to a short YouTube video produced in 2007 – during the last congressional attempt to repeat the amnesty of 1986 and to expand immigration into the United States. You know, because we need more workers so badly .
The video was recorded during a seminar staged by immigration lawyers who were hired to instruct employers on how get around American laws designed to protect American workers. As you will see, these attorneys are openly instructing willing employers on how not to hire American workers. So they can employ cheaper imported foreign workers without getting caught when they illegally pass over American job applicants.
Why? Because foreign labor works for less than American labor.
Because massive, immigration and the war on enforcement is all about the money and political power.
Because the fact that 20-some million Americans – including real, legal immigrants who came here in good faith – are out of a job or under employed mean nothing when it comes to the quarterly profit report.
With the help and protection of many in the biased and complicit media, the open borders rope-sellers in the U.S. have for years been screaming about a "labor shortage" and advocated for another amnesty and increased immigration. And then, even more foreign “temporary” workers.
Many of the replacement workers come to the U.S. on what is called an H1B visa. Although the visa is usually referred to by the press as a “guest worker visa” the holder can apply for a green card – and then stay in the U.S. permanently.
An H1B dependent employer must attest that by hiring a H1B worker, it is not displacing any US worker for a similar position within 90 days before or after filing a H1B petition. The employer must also attest that he has done a certain amount of advertising to recruit American workers.
This is a first in a series of videos to be offered here to educate readers on the scam that is the Gang of Eight amnesty/immigration expansion legislation. The current bill would roughly double the number of H1B workers admitted to the U.S.
And add about 33 million new job-seekers in the next decade.
Watch the video.
Listen for: “I get 50 resumes, my God, the last thing I want to do is interview these applicants.” And “our goal is clearly not to find a qualified U.S. worker.” And “our objective is to…” And “…Hoping not to find a qualified worker…”
Then consider calling Senator Johnny Isakson’s Cobb County office (770-661-0999) -to ask him about the alleged “labor shortage” and how he plans to vote on the Gang of Eight amnesty “we need more workers” bill.