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Construction CEOs Demand Cheap Illegal Labor in Name of Dead Baltimore Workers

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Published on: April 3, 2024

Truly selfless.

Two dozen business leaders across the nation urged President Joe Biden in a letter Tuesday to grant pathways for undocumented essential workers to get legal protection.

“Many workers in our industry have been here, contributing to our economy for 5, 10, even 20 years without legal status. By extending work permits to them you will honor the honest labor of Alejandro Hernandez Fuentes, Dorlian Ronial Castillo Cabrera, Maynor Yassir Suazo Sandoval, Miguel Luna, Jose Mynor Lopez, and Carlos Hernández, and millions of others,” they wrote to Biden. All six died in the Baltimore bridge collapse.

Honor their “labor” by giving us cheap labor.

Somehow they forgot Duvan Pérez.

A Mississippi poultry plant where an underage worker violently died after being pulled into machinery over the summer is entirely responsible for the horrifying incident, federal regulators ruled after an investigation.

“Disregarded safety standards” at the Mar-Jac Poultry plant in Hattiesburg directly led to the death of 16-year-old Duvan Tomas Perez in July, investigators from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration ruled last week.

Rather than hiring and paying Americans, the best way to remember them is to bring in more disposable foreign labor.

There’s even a plan here to extend TPS status to illegal aliens working in the construction industry. That strikes me as an even more ridiculously illegal abuse of TPS than in the past. TPS was supposed to provide a temporary status to people who couldn’t go home because of a crisis or natural disaster, which was then extended indefinitely.

The letter to Biden however proposes that he use his “legislated legal authority, through extending Temporary Protected Status and Humanitarian Parole, to essential workers in our vital construction industry.”

Sec 303 limits to TPS to situation where there is a crisis in the alien’s home country, not to where construction companies want cheap and disposable labor.

Flagrantly illegal, but Obama got away with the illegal DREAM amnesty. Who’s to say Biden won’t go for it?

Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield


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