Just when you thought the mainstream media couldn’t stoop any lower on trying to sell illegal immigration as a positive for American workers, the Washington Post takes their nonsense to an entire new level.
An editorial in the Washington Post on Tuesday slammed Donald Trump’s recent comments on restricting immigration and argued that people in the country illegally are needed for menial labor.
The paper said Trump’s call for a border wall and a “humane” solution to the millions of illegal immigrants in the U.S. are “politically and economically preposterous.”
“Those include the fact that at least 8 million unauthorized immigrants are employed, most have been in this country for 15 years or longer, and typically they do jobs — tending crops, washing dishes, mowing lawns — that native-born Americans do not want,” the Post said. “In basic economic terms, illegal immigrants meet the labor market’s demand for lower-wage employees, for which there is a shortage of available legal workers.”
Wow. So essentially, big business needs illegal immigrants so they can abuse them with low-wage jobs that hurts the American poor.
Thanks for clearing that up Washington Post!
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