DHS Opposes GOP Bill That Will Replace White Collar Americans With Foreigners

The DHS (Department of Homeland Security) is fighting against a GOP bill that will allow donors to fire American workers and replace them with cheap foreign labor.

No wonder voters tossed them out on their ear. The bill would give 300,000 workers from overseas green cards to allow them to work here and would give 3000,000 of those worker’s families green cards, too. The bill only benefits foreign workers and businesses like the Koch brothers.

No American worker will see any benefit other than unemployment, once they get fired to be replaced by workers from India.

From Breitbart News

The GOP amendment would provide Democratic-leaning donors with more imported white-collar workers, more temporary workers, more profits, and higher stock values — but it provides nothing to help the GOP win the 2020 election.

The amendment is hidden in House’s 2019 draft budget plan for the Department of Homeland Security. Reporters have almost entirely ignored the amendment while they focus on the debate over border-wall funding. In turn, business-friendly GOP staffers and legislators do not see the amendment’s political danger or the public opposition, the source said.

But the Department of Homeland Security has ended its silence on the plan by telling Breitbart News that it opposes the amendment. “It is important that Congress does due diligence on any proposed sweeping change to our immigration system,” a DHS official told Breitbart News. “The bottom line is Congress needs to ensure what they are passing is in the best interests of the American people.”

This is a terrible bill and will go a long way in 2020 to defeat even more Republican House members and could severely hurt President Trump also.

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