Mark Krikorian, Honduras, Thirty Years discussed on Bill Cunningham
Consequences are multiple, I they weaken the job prospects of Americans looking for those jobs. I often Americans who might not be as desirable to employers people who say ex-cons recovering addict teenagers, but those are our people, and we have an interest in making sure that employers don't really have any choice, but to hire those folks, and the other thing that happens is that if you're a, you know, somebody from Honduras for the sixth grade education, perfectly normal person, you're not a rapist, you're not a drug deal. You just a normal working stiff and you get a job. There's no way you can support your family. On the money that you earn from your job based on your sixth grade education. You know, you're working hard. You may work two jobs. It doesn't matter. You cannot feed your own kids when you have that low level of skill in education. Whether you're an American ordinary, but we're taking in people who literally will not be able to feed their own children without taking money from taxpayers, and that's just a bad policies. No way to run a railroad. Mark krikorian. You have some postings at center for immigration studies, CIs dot org talks about liberalism in the past dealt with one of the evils that liberalism wanted to eliminate was overpopulation and urban sprawl in overcrowded schools and a bad environment. When you're bringing up to twenty two million illegals in the country right now on its way to forty or fifty million. What does that do for overpopulation? What does it do for for urban sprawl and congestion and the highways in the prisons in the schools? What does it do for the environment? What does it do for wage depression when you have large numbers of those with third and fourth and fifth grade education center twenty five and thirty years old coming into this country? What happened to the liberal argument that were overpopulated? Yeah. That's a good question. I mean, I think the reason that shifted is because American started having fewer kids. So they were going to talk about population issues at meant they had to talk about immigration, and they just decided look that was you know, that there was nothing more important than keeping the borders open. So there was a group called zero population growth, not one of my favorite outfits. But the point.