ICE Workplace Raids Put More Black Americans To Work; Biden, Union Boss Upset

Wednesday, August 14, 2019
By Paul Martin

by R. Cort Kirkwood
Wednesday, 14 August 2019

A steady stream of real Americans showed up to apply for jobs at the Koch Foods poultry plant in Forest, Mississippi, after last week’s immigration raid knocked a hole in the company’s workforce.

Most of the applicants after the raid, which netted 680 illegal aliens, were black, the Associated Press reported, and ready to work.

Black Americans are most affected by the importation of cheap labor, a fact seemingly lost on Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden and AFL-CIO chieftain Richard Trumka, both of whom denounced the raids.

Biden, in fact, said workplace raids must end, as noted, and has called for more of what he termed “legal” immigration, which would lower wages.

Dozens Apply
Wednesday’s raids hit a number of poultry plants in the state and immediately led Koch to contact the state Department of Employment Security to get help finding workers. Indeed, the Clarion Ledger of Jackson reported, Koch contacted the agency the same day, and by Monday, real Americans were lining up at a fair to “do the jobs Americans won’t do.”

“The parking lot at the WIN Job Center here was full,” the newspaper reported, as “about 25 to 30 people showed up to apply for jobs at Koch Foods’ nearby poultry processing plant. Of those, about an equal number were black, white or Latino.”

One black American who applied hopes for $12 an hour hanging frozen birds. “That’s not bad to start, and it can always go up,” Kamerio Whitley told the newspaper.

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