Pro-Illegal Migration Corporation Faces Massive Blowback

It’s about time that the notoriously anti-American corporation, Tyson Foods, faces blowback for its rather pathetic decision to prioritize illegal migrants over Americans.

During the spring, Tyson notoriously fired 1,300 workers at a pork plant in Iowa … while simultaneously hiring a huge number of illegal migrants from New York City.

And Americans have had enough, which is evident from a class action lawsuit just launched by America First Legal (AFL), which points out the clear advantages illegals have that Americans don’t.

According to Reed Rubinstein, an AFL lawyer, Tyson executives are effectively behaving like “global citizens who live and work in the US by happenstance.”

Indeed, the company has pledged to hire 2,500 “migrants” over a three-year period, though it has hardly made the same pledge for Americans … of any background.

On top of that, the company has also vowed to spend at least $1.5M annually on illegal migrants’ attorneys and immigration paperwork, a “privilege” that even legal migrants have not received.

Talk about bias … in favor of criminals. Biden’s “useful idiots,” in other words.

“Our citizens and consumers deserve companies that put America and her people first,” the AFL proclaimed.

Indeed, they do.

Real shame that Tyson does not feel the same way.

And, in a classic globalist “self-defense,” Tyson has proclaimed that all the facts regarding its preferential treatment for illegals are false.

“Any insinuation that we would cut American jobs to hire immigrant workers is completely false,” Tyson executives angrily retorted.

Is that so? Explain the abrupt termination of 1,300 American workers in Iowa then.

Of course, the company’s excuse even back then was quite lame.

“In recent days, there has been a lot of misinformation in the media about our company, and we feel compelled to set the record straight … Tyson Foods is strongly opposed to illegal immigration, and we led the way in participating in the two major government programs to help employers combat unlawful employment, E-Verify and the Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers (IMAGE) program,” the company angrily declared.

Is that so?

Then explain the company’s partnership with the allegedly nonprofit “Tent Partnership for Refugees,” whose express goal is to hire so-called “asylum seekers.”

Bloomberg “Law” even reported on that one, lest liberals accuse the above of being “misinformation.”

Explain the fact that the company has already hired 42,000 “migrants,” also per the same Bloomberg “Law”report, and it’s clearly aiming to hire far more.

Hysterically, Tyson also claims it does not employ anyone under the age of 18 … as if illegals have real ID in the first place.

Heck, illegals well into their 20s routinely claim they’re all of 15 years old when captured in woke nations such as Sweden, as police apparently violate illegals’ “rights” by demanding identification.

Hilarious.

However, as in most situations, it pays to follow the money to see who is really driving corporate policy.

Indeed, Tyson CEO Donnie King apparently makes up to $13M per year, which is quite the compensation for contributing to mass illegal migration

On top of that, King has donated to apparently donated to Biden’s campaign.

Say no more.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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