Immigration

There is a very big difference between immigration and non-immigrant guest worker visas.

One makes America a better place for all.

The other is a tidal wave that destroys your families future.

https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/Statistics/AnnualReports/FY2022AnnualReport/FY22_TableI.pdf

Notice how we had between 240,526 thousand and 533,557 immigrants between 2018 to 2022?

This is manageable and it helps build a better America when you consider that we have created 1,486,630 jobs per year between 1939 and present day.

What is not manageable is the tidal wave of non-immigrant guest worker visas issued that total between 2,792,083 and 9,028,026 between 2018 to 2022.

Think about that.

We create about 1 1/2 million jobs per year, and we import about 6 million guest workers on average per year.

Who is getting forced out of the workforce so that they can strive for the American Dream at your expense.

Is it somebody from your family?

What jobs are they being imported to take here in America?

As you can see by clicking on the picture, we had 128,350 more applicants for our Computer and Mathematical Occupation than we created new jobs for.

The same happened in our Architecture and Engineering Occupation.

As it did in our Sales and Related Occupation.

As it did in our Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupation.

That picture above compares all jobs in America by subtracting the 2021 totals from the 2022 totals.

The future is even worse for your family if we subtract the 2020 totals from the 2021 totals.

Those totals can be found by going to this link if you want to doublecheck my math.

https://www.bls.gov/oes/tables.htm

A question you should be asking yourself at this point is who is getting the jobs.

Two things to notice first on this picture.

See how the Foreign Born Employed went from 15.9% in 2007 to 18.8% in August 2023?

Now notice how the Native Born Employed went from 84.1% in 2007 to 81.2% in 2023?

Foreign Born went up 2.9% as shown in the green box.

Native Born wend down exactly 2.9% as shown in the red box.

You will hear that no Americans are being displaced.

Yet the data clearly shows that as one goes up 2.9%, the other goes down 2.9%

It is very clear to me that we are being displaced.

Another thing you will not hear Senator Cruz or any other politician from Texas discuss is that:

  • 18.8% of the working population (Foreign Born) are getting 47.19% of all jobs created since 2007.
  • 81.2% of the working population (Native Born) are getting 52.81% of all jobs created since 2007.

The data used to create the spreadsheet above can be found via the following link.

https://www.bls.gov/webapps/legacy/cpsatab7.htm

Do you believe that is good for the future of Texas or your family?