By now you have seen all of the evidence that our employers are sending our jobs to other countries which is depriving your children of a potential good paying job if they work hard and acquire the right skills.
And you have seen evidence of how they are importing non-immigrant guest workers on visas like the H-1B to take the remaining good paying jobs away from your children as well.
They will deny it, but the evidence is overwhelming.
As an example, the Department of Labor tracks native born and foreign born employment with Table A-7.
When you analyze that data like I have, you end up with the following graph that proves without a doubt that foreign born are getting the majority of the jobs and since your child does not fit that category, it is pretty evident why so many are having to live at home, isn’t it?
And if we refer to the work that Brightwork Research has done, we find the following:
Maybe you are not aware of it, but the State of Texas is using your hard earned money to deprive your child from working at government jobs as well.
And we don’t have to look to far to find out that Infosys has no problem discriminating against your children, do we?
Not only do they discriminate against your children using YOUR TAX MONEY, they discriminate against their own that want to be Americans just like you and me, and even Santa Claus and Thanksgiving.
Infosys management routinely disparaged Americans, including Mrs. Awasthi, as not having “family values,” and stated that layoffs in America are good because the jobs will be outsourced.Infosys management ridiculed Mrs. Awasthi for celebrating the American holiday of Thanksgiving, telling her that she should not celebrate Thanksgiving because she is Indian, and that therefore she must work on Thanksgiving Day.https://vdare.com/posts/infosys-employee-ridiculed-for-celebrating-christmas-and-thanksgiving
Infosys management ridiculed Mrs. Awasthi’s children for celebrating Thanksgiving, and called them “ABCD” short for “American-Born Confused Desi,” and “IBCD” short for “Indian-Born Confused Desi,” insulting terms used to criticize people of Indian ancestry who are Americanized.
Infosys management ridiculed Mrs. Awasthi for celebrating Christmas, saying that “we” do not celebrate Christmas, and that she should not celebrate Christmas. Infosys management repeatedly discussed the quality of Mrs. Awasthi’s work by explicitly commenting on their expectations for “a woman your age.”
Just when you think you have seen it all, let me introduce you to the Student OPT program.
So tell me, if everything is on the up and up with the student trainees, why would you farm them out to remote sites except to profit from them, and why would you not want them talking to the site inspector?
After all, do you have something to hide?
The Congressional Survey reported that passing HR 1044/S386 will do nothing more than incent more immigrants from the same country to continue to flood the domestic labor market, producing more harm rather than resolve the root cause of the monopolization of green cards by a handful of companies and countries. Lee fails to understand that Americans are the ones with “less power to negotiate” good salaries.
By sponsoring S386, Senator Lee and Senator Harris of California represent an anti-diversity platform that hurts women and minorities and seeks to demolish the U.S. middle class. As Lee explains, S386 is “supported by a broad bi-partisan coalition of lawmakers.”
In contrast, Congressman Gosar’s bill is supported, by the American Workers Coalition, the organization co-founded by three mothers, Barbara Birch, Marie Larson, and Hilarie Gamm and backed by thousands of American bi-partisan citizens.
Will the media choose to focus on the American professionals traumatized by “lawmakers” in D.C.? Or will they continue to perpetuate the myth that there is a shortage of domestic, talented professionals? Will they believe the billionaires who continue to employ and promote cheap foreign labor or the American citizens suffering?
This week, the Buffalo News published an Op-Ed offering perspective on the injury to U.S. women professionals as a result of the immigration practices associated with the HR 1044/S386 proposed legislation.
H.R. 3564 seeks to end the OPT loophole. OPT – Optional Practical Training is shutting U.S. college graduates out of jobs. Less than 50% of U.S. citizen STEM graduates are able to land a job in STEM, a direct result of the OPT and CPT program where employers favor foreign students over Americans.
OPT employers enjoy a 15% tax break as do the foreign workers employed under OPT. Estimates indicate that social security and Medicare lose over 2 billion per year in contributions due to the OPT loophole. In 2017, over 275,000 foreign student graduates were employed in the U.S. under OPT.
OPT has no limits, no restrictions, is not merit-based, and is the primary reason American college grads are being passed over for research positions, internships, and jobs.
OPT is being used to discriminate against U.S. citizen college grads. It was devised as a work around to the H1B annual cap, and it has been a huge success. U.S. colleges, universities, hospitals, labs, and corporations are hiring OPT workers before Americans, and the American middle class is suffering.http://www.billionslostbook.com/h-r-3564-fairness-for-high-skilled-americans/
Now what amazes me, if you read my article on H.R. 1044 & S. 386, then you saw where 22 Texas Congressmen and women were more than happy to sign that Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019
If not, here are there names:
|Rep. Gonzalez, Vicente [D-TX-15]*||02/07/2019|
|Rep. Hurd, Will [R-TX-23]*||02/07/2019|
|Rep. Jackson Lee, Sheila [D-TX-18]*||02/07/2019|
|Rep. Johnson, Eddie Bernice [D-TX-30]*||02/07/2019|
|Rep. Thornberry, Mac [R-TX-13]||02/13/2019|
|Rep. Garcia, Sylvia R. [D-TX-29]||02/13/2019|
|Rep. Gooden, Lance [R-TX-5]||02/13/2019|
|Rep. Wright, Ron [R-TX-6]||02/26/2019|
|Rep. Green, Al [D-TX-9]||02/28/2019|
|Rep. McCaul, Michael T. [R-TX-10]||03/05/2019|
|Rep. Veasey, Marc A. [D-TX-33]||03/05/2019|
|Rep. Castro, Joaquin [D-TX-20]||03/08/2019|
|Rep. Williams, Roger [R-TX-25]||03/08/2019|
|Rep. Vela, Filemon [D-TX-34]||03/12/2019|
|Rep. Fletcher, Lizzie [D-TX-7]||03/26/2019|
|Rep. Crenshaw, Dan [R-TX-2]||03/26/2019|
|Rep. Taylor, Van [R-TX-3]||05/09/2019|
|Rep. Doggett, Lloyd [D-TX-35]||05/14/2019|
|Rep. Allred, Colin Z. [D-TX-32]||05/17/2019|
|Rep. Granger, Kay [R-TX-12]||05/28/2019|
|Rep. Escobar, Veronica [D-TX-16]||06/12/2019|
|Rep. Flores, Bill [R-TX-17]||06/18/2019|
And you saw where Senator Cornyn signed the Senate version, did you not?
|Sen. Cornyn, John [R-TX]||05/13/2019|
So tell me, why have none of them signed the H.R. 3564 – Fairness for High-Skilled Americans Act of 2019?
Do they not want your children to have a future here in America?
See that tab that says Cosponsors?
That is where their names should be.
Perhaps you need to give them a call and a piece of your mind.
Probably better if you get your wives to do it though because they will get MADD and stand up for the future of their children and I pity the poor politician that gets in the way of a Texas Woman who is defending her children.
|District||Name||Party||Office Room||Phone||Committee Assignment|
|1st||Gohmert, Louie||R||2267 RHOB||(202) 225-3035||Natural ResourcesJudiciary|
|2nd||Crenshaw, Dan||R||413 CHOB||(202) 225-6565||BudgetHomeland Security|
|3rd||Taylor, Van||R||1404 LHOB||(202) 225-4201||Education and LaborHomeland Security|
|4th||Ratcliffe, John||R||223 CHOB||(202) 225-6673||Homeland SecurityIntelligenceJudiciaryEthics|
|5th||Gooden, Lance||R||425 CHOB||(202) 225-3484||Financial Services|
|6th||Wright, Ron||R||428 CHOB||(202) 225-2002||Education and LaborForeign Affairs|
|7th||Fletcher, Lizzie||D||1429 LHOB||(202) 225-2571||Transportation and InfrastructureScience, Space, and Technology|
|8th||Brady, Kevin||R||1011 LHOB||(202) 225-4901||Joint Committee on TaxationWays and Means|
|9th||Green, Al||D||2347 RHOB||(202) 225-7508||Financial ServicesHomeland Security|
|10th||McCaul, Michael T.||R||2001 RHOB||(202) 225-2401||Foreign AffairsHomeland Security|
|11th||Conaway, K. Michael||R||2469 RHOB||(202) 225-3605||AgricultureArmed ServicesIntelligence|
|12th||Granger, Kay||R||1026 LHOB||(202) 225-5071||Appropriations|
|13th||Thornberry, Mac||R||2208 RHOB||(202) 225-3706||Armed Services|
|14th||Weber, Randy||R||107 CHOB||(202) 225-2831||Transportation and InfrastructureScience, Space, and Technology|
|15th||Gonzalez, Vicente||D||113 CHOB||(202) 225-2531||Financial ServicesForeign Affairs|
|16th||Escobar, Veronica||D||1505 LHOB||(202) 225-4831||Armed ServicesJudiciary|
|17th||Flores, Bill||R||2228 RHOB||(202) 225-6105||BudgetEnergy and Commerce|
|18th||Jackson Lee, Sheila||D||2079 RHOB||(202) 225-3816||BudgetHomeland SecurityJudiciary|
|19th||Arrington, Jodey||R||1029 LHOB||(202) 225-4005||Ways and Means|
|20th||Castro, Joaquin||D||2241 RHOB||(202) 225-3236||Education and LaborForeign AffairsIntelligence|
|21st||Roy, Chip||R||1319 LHOB||(202) 225-4236||BudgetOversight and ReformVeterans’ Affairs|
|22nd||Olson, Pete||R||2133 RHOB||(202) 225-5951||Energy and CommerceScience, Space, and Technology|
|23rd||Hurd, Will||R||317 CHOB||(202) 225-4511||AppropriationsIntelligence|
|24th||Marchant, Kenny||R||2304 RHOB||(202) 225-6605||EthicsWays and Means|
|25th||Williams, Roger||R||1708 LHOB||(202) 225-9896||Financial Services|
|26th||Burgess, Michael||R||2161 RHOB||(202) 225-7772||Energy and CommerceRules|
|27th||Cloud, Michael||R||1314 LHOB||(202) 225-7742||Oversight and ReformScience, Space, and Technology|
|28th||Cuellar, Henry||D||2372 RHOB||(202) 225-1640||Appropriations|
|29th||Garcia, Sylvia||D||1620 LHOB||(202) 225-1688||Financial ServicesJudiciary|
|30th||Johnson, Eddie Bernice||D||2306 RHOB||(202) 225-8885||Transportation and InfrastructureScience, Space, and Technology|
|31st||Carter, John||R||2110 RHOB||(202) 225-3864||Appropriations|
|32nd||Allred, Colin||D||328 CHOB||(202) 225-2231||Foreign AffairsTransportation and InfrastructureVeterans’ Affairs|
|33rd||Veasey, Marc||D||2348 RHOB||(202) 225-9897||Energy and CommerceSmall Business|
|34th||Vela, Filemon||D||307 CHOB||(202) 225-9901||AgricultureArmed Services|
|35th||Doggett, Lloyd||D||2307 RHOB||(202) 225-4865||BudgetJoint Committee on TaxationWays and Means|
|36th||Babin, Brian||R||2236 RHOB||(202) 225-1555||Transportation and InfrastructureScience, Space, and Technology|
Don’t forget your Senators