The globos are on a roll. Another great court victory for Moloch and another step closer to the end.
Judge Kathleen M. Williams of the Southern District of Florida served up another DACA-related kick in the teeth to American workers. Up until now, it had been considered settled law that “United States workers” (citizens, nationals, permanent residents, refugees, and asylees) were the protected labor class under immigration law. A patriotic employer could hire exclusively U.S. workers and refuse to hire others.
Procter & Gamble followed the established discrimination rules that allow preference for U.S. workers. For their internship program, they required the applicant to be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, refugee, or asylee. But no good deed goes unpunished.
An illegal alien on DACA applied for the P&G internships program. P&G rejected him out of hand because he was not a U.S. worker and then the illegal alien sued for discrimination and the court held he had a cause of action.
Globalism is the satanic erasure of nations and peoples and the evisceration of domestic employment, peace, and prosperity. If only we had a businessman in the White House, or a Republican Senate, or a conservative Supreme Court. Vote harder this fall, people!