Doing the Jobs Americans Won’t Do, Eh?

The Department of Justice announced Thursday it has filed a lawsuit against a Colorado corporation for allegedly discriminating against U.S. workers.

The complaint alleges that in 2016, Crop Production discriminated against at least three United States citizens by refusing to employ them as seasonal technicians in El Campo, Texas, because Crop Production preferred to hire temporary foreign workers under the H-2A visa program.

Unpossible! We’ve been told for years that foreign workers (regardless of immigration status) were necessary to “do the jobs Americans won’t do”. In the tech area, it’s been shown repeatedly that companies have been outsourcing their operations to other countries, which is bad enough. Worse still, the people whose heads are on the chopping block have been forced to train their replacements.

This is the first complaint filed stemming from the “Protecting U.S. Workers Initiative,” which was launched on March 1.

A Civil Rights Division official told Fox News that since the initiative’s launch, the division has opened 29 investigations of “potential discrimination against U.S. workers based on a hiring preference for foreign visa workers.”

More of this, please.

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