According to Zero Hedge, for every job that went to a native-born American in 2007, three jobs went to foreign and immigrant workers. And it gets worse from there.
With that out of the way, here is the punchline (which is likely related). While we “know” that a paltry 142K jobs were added according to the Establishment survey, a far more disturbing trend emerges when observing the Household survey, which conveniently breakdown down the number of “native-born” and “foreign-born” workers. In September, the latter rose by 14,000 to 24,928.
That was the good news. The bad news: native-born workers saw their ranks tumble by 262,000!
The US Chamber of Commerce — which wants to replace even more American workers with cheap foreign labor — is fixin’ to spend $100 Million to defeat those who oppose this agenda.
After budgeting $50 million to elect establishment-friendly candidates in the 2014 election cycle, the chamber will reportedly spend as much as $100 million in the 2016 election cycle to crush conservatives. According to a Roll Callreport, some of the group’s “top targets in 2016 will be right-wing, tea party candidates” who have opposed amnesty for illegal immigrants, Obamatrade, and reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank.
The Chamber of Commerce’s ultimate goal is to reportedly win back “the soul of the Republican Party” by electing more establishment Republicans “in contested primaries to strengthen their hand during policy debates on the Hill.”’
When the CoC says “Jump,” the GOP Leadership says, “Yes, sir, lead us to the cliff.”