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Old 06-11-2018, 10:41 AM
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Default Re: Immigration agents arrest 114 at Ohio landscaper

Originally Posted by saltwn View Post
How can an immigrant take a job The jobs are given by an employer.
As illegal immigration over the last few decades increased a great many jobs that used to be considered transitional work became supplanted by illegals taking lower pay than their American counterparts. This is just a fact.

While it is also a fact that the employers hiring the illegals share blame in this situation stories like the one this thread is about make it hard for anybody to claim this particular problem has not been occurring in the landscaping industry for decades.

I'm curious to see you explain your latest BS claim about the farmers with "vast tracts of land" that are hiding out and supporting illegal aliens. How are these farmers supporting illegal aliens who are supposedly hiding out on their farms? Aside from the depths of your imagination, got anything credible from something approaching a reliable source to provide a scintilla of evidence to back up your ridiculous assertion? Because like FranSevin I call BS.

Why would an illegal alien want to "hide out" on farm lands? There is only work there less than half the year, the crop picking work force is heavily scrutinized by the government and immigration services so a farm operation is probably one of the last places an illegal alien would want to go. Much less live and try to make a living at. And they tend to go where they can get work, in Texas that tends to be cities and towns, not vast stretches of farm land where they would have to live like pioneers. And avoid the farmers that own the land who after all don't care too much for squatters.
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