94% of all foreign nationals in federal prisons are illegal aliens. Liberals claim that illegal aliens commit fewer crimes than Americans. But in order to do so, they have to lump legal and illegals together. If you have illegals standing alone, they are much more apt to commit crimes. The reason why is clear.
Legal aliens do not want to be sent home, whereas illegals know they can sneak back across the border if they are deported. If Joe Biden and the Democrats win the election it will change things. There will be no more sneaking across the border because deportations will be halted.
And with the open borders and cheap labor pouring into the country, unemployment will once again climb through the roof for Blacks and Hispanic Americans. That will take us back to the time before Trump. If you vote for Biden you are still Black but possibly unemployed. The constitution guarantees you the right to vote for whomever you want. But please consider the consequences before you do.
Democrats say amnesty for illegal aliens is a civil rights issue just like MLK fought for Blacks. But the truth of the matter is MLK not only opposed illegal immigration, but he also opposed legal immigration until all Blacks have jobs. When he passed, his wife, Coretta Scott King continued her husbands fight.
We, the undersigned members of the Black Leadership Forum, write to urge you to postpone introduction of your employer sanctions repeal legislation until we have had an opportunity to report to you what we believe to be the devastating impact the repeal would have on the economic condition of un- and semi-skilled workers—a disproportionate number of whom are African-American and Hispanic; and until we have had the opportunity to propose to you and to our Hispanic brothers and sisters, what we believe could be a number of effective means of eliminating the discrimination occasioned by employer sanctions, without losing the protection sanctions provide for U.S. workers, especially minority workers.
We can go back even further to Booker T Washington, who at the Atlanta Exposition gave an impassioned speech, pleading with businessmen to hire black Americans rather than using cheap immigrant labor.
King’s letter to Hatch was in opposition to reducing sanctions against employers who hired illegal aliens, a bill Hatched (pun intended) by Hatch and Teddy Kennedy, that would have made it much easier to hire cheaper illegal immigrants over black American citizens.
America does not have a labor shortage. With roughly 7 million people unemployed, and double that number discouraged from seeking work, the removal of employer sanctions threatens to add additional U.S. workers to the rolls and drive down wages. Moreover, the repeal of employer sanctions will inevitably add to our social problems and place an unfair burden on the poor in the cities in which most new immigrants cluster—cities which are already suffering housing shortages and insufficient human needs services.
And if sending all the illegals back to their home countries cause our prisons to be at less than peak capacity, we can always fill them with deserving Democrats.