The total nonfarm employment statistics paint a rosy picture of climbing employment for everybody.
Looks good, doesn’t it?
What happens if we strip out the foreign born employed numbers?
If you actually look at the spreadsheet used to prepare these charts, you quickly realize that American Citizens have gained about 16 million jobs since that low around Jan 2010.
Folks, I want everybody in every country to have a job that allows them to provide for their families.
Just not at the expense of our citizens which is what H.R. 1044, and S.386 and the whole lot of non-immigrant guest worker visas make happen.
To reproduce these results yourself to double check my math, you will need the following:
I am attaching the 3 spreadsheets generated by those two links.
Those of us who have had our future destroyed by the tidal wave of non-immigrant guest workers get what is happening.
But those of you that haven’t gone through this do not realize that eventually it will happen to you simply because folks from countries around the World can, and are willing to work for less than it costs you to live in your community.
Click on the “download” button to read the complete report
This is not just an American thing.
It is not just a cultural thing.
It is people viewing people as expendable.
We have been here before.
And in every instance we put humanity first.
And we won.
Never lose sight of the fact that we are all humans.
United We Stand, Divided We Fall.
This is one of the best videos I’ve seen explaining what is happening.
You really need to listen to it, and try and comprehend that what he is saying is actually happening no matter what the unemployment propaganda says.
Click on that Howdy Modi link to view the site.
And then tell me something.
As you can see above, it is impossible for skilled American tech workers, born here, and legally immigrated here, to get computer and mathematical and architecture and engineering jobs.
Now all of these fine folks will deny that this is happening and there must be something wrong with us.
But when we dig deep, we find that the great State of Texas prefers to hire companies like Infosys rather than Americans and Veterans.
So tell me this.
Why is it that Abbott, Cornyn and Turner are not visiting with the americans who say they can’t find work in technology anymore?
Do they care if you can pay your bills?
Do they care if you end up homeless on the streets of Austin.
Our silence is enabling this.
It really is that simple.
Will you help to get me on the ballot to replace Senator Cornyn so that we can change the conversation in Washington, and Austin?
Isn’t it time that we put Americans and Texans first?
It is not that we don’t.
It is that we are not considered.
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