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Marco Rubio’s Victims Speak At Trump Rally

One of the primary motivators, if not THE primary motivator of Donald Trump’s rise in the polls has been populist outrage at establishment Republicans and Democrats who have abandoned American sovereignty and Marco Rubio Gang of Eightthe interests of America’s workers and country class citizens and adopted Big Business economic and cultural internationalism as their governing philosophy. 

The top example of this soulless pursuit of money over American sovereignty and American exceptionalism on the Republican side is Senator Marco Rubio (although Speaker Paul Ryan is a close second) and yesterday Rubio’s victims finally had their say on a national stage. 

As Breitbart’s Julia Hahn reported from a Trump rally in Alabama:

Dena Moore and Leo Perrero were two Disney workers who were informed that they were going to be laid off during the holiday season of 2014. They—along with scores of their colleagues—were told that before they were let go, they’d be forced to train their low-skilled foreign replacements brought in on H-1B visas. Earlier this week, Perrero testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the humiliation he was forced to endure by training his foreign replacement. While Donald Trump has called on Disney to hire back all of these workers and has pledged to end H-1B job theft as President, Sen. Marco Rubio has pushed to expand the controversial H-1B program—he has introduced two bills that would dramatically boost the issuances of H-1Bs. As recently as last year, Rubio introduced a bill—endorsed by Disney’s CEO Bob Iger via his immigration lobbying firm—that would triple the issuances of H-1Bs. Disney is one of Sen. Rubio’s top financial backers—having donated more than $2 million according to Open Secrets. 

The Disney workers were introduced at the rally by their attorney who is representing them in their discrimination lawsuit against Disney, Sara Blackwell. In her introductory remarks Blackwell explained, “The thing about Trump that’s different than anybody else is that he can’t be bought. We have a chance to stop this problem in America. It’s got to be by a president and politician where they won’t be bought by Disney’s Bob Iger or by Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, by all these billionaires who benefit from firing our American workers, “reported Hahn. 

Moore and Perrero went on to tell the Trump rally attendees:

“What a great disappointment Marco Rubio is,” Rubio constituent and displaced Disney worker Dena Moore told the crowd according to Julian Hahn’s report. “Backed by Disney and other companies to push through legislation that have brought H-1B visas to us and he has sabotaged Americans.” 

“Rubio’s staff said in 2013 explaining the [guest worker expansions in Gang of Eight] bill ‘American workers can’t cut it.’ Shame on you Marco Rubio,” Moore declared. 

“Americans are losing our jobs to foreigners and politicians are supporting and/or promoting this behavior,” said Moore as Hahn reported. “If we want to achieve the American dream—or even, more importantly, keep what is ours: the American dream that we have already struggled to create, the American dream that others have sacrificed for us, now is the time to link arms with a champion. I believe Mr. Trump is for Americans first and foremost.  He shares our vision, our dreams, and will fight for our futures. I know most of you are already standing, but here’s my mantra: stand up for Americans, stand up with a champion, stand up with Trump.” 

What Rubio and other supporters of amnesty would like you to forget is that every illegal alien is already a criminal – there’s not one alien who crossed the border illegally, overstayed their visa or made a specious claim of asylum who is not a criminal. 

Nor is there any illegal alien who hasn’t already had a substantial negative impact on our society. 

As Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama and Senator Ted Cruz of Texas have pointed-out regularly American wages have been stagnating for almost two decades – precisely the same period of time that illegal immigration has grown to crisis proportions. 

In a truly outstanding piece on illegal immigration for Conservative Review Daniel Horowitz wrote “What is completely lost throughout this entire debate are the needs and demands of the forgotten men – the American taxpayer and worker who must bear the brunt of appalling crime, schools overrun with illegal aliens who can’t speak English, hospitals flooded with the massive unfunded liability of caring for their primary care needs, and with the gargantuan wealth transfer in the form of welfare and refundable tax credits. “ 

We at conservativehq.com have written extensively on the economic, political and national security effects of the de facto open borders policies of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio. 

This is not just some conservative fantasy: the respected non-partisan Congressional Research Service recently released a study showing “Wages Declined As Immigration Surged” and what the study shows is wages and share of income for the bottom 90 percent of American wage-earners declined over the past 40 years, as the foreign-born population increased dramatically. 

And the increase in the foreign-born population has been dramatic: SINCE 1970 THE FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION HAS INCREASED 324.5 PERCENT, AND AMERICAN INCOMES HAVE DECLINED

The CRS study shows wages for the bottom 90 percent of earners decreased by 8 percent and their share of income by 16 percent. 

What’s more, Census research shows immigrants will account for 82 per cent of US population growth by 2060. Imagine how American wages would rise if that number were reduced. Imagine how school taxes and local welfare expenses could be reduced if that number were cut back. The current rate of immigration, both legal and illegal, has a vast, and largely negative, effect on this country right down to the size of the class in your neighborhood elementary school. 

And what has happened to American wage earners over the past 40 years is about to accelerate if Big Business proponents of open borders get their way and Congress passes a bill like Marco Rubio’s Gang of Eight comprehensive immigration reform bill and President Marco Rubio happily signs it. 

If you want to protect American sovereignty, American exceptionalism and American jobs say NO to Marco Rubio on Super Tuesday.

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As another STEM professional negatively affected by the dysfunctional STEM job markets, I concur that these guys, John Miano (another STEM pro turned lawyer who has a couple related cases pending), and the others at WashTech and Programmers Guild should be backing Ted Cruz openly and enthusiastically.

A few of the people involved in these organizations lean too far left, though. But I think a bigger problem is that all too many are impoverished. They don't have the cash to travel across town, let alone across the state for such events.

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They should be speaking at Ted Cruz's rally!

“What is completely lost throughout this entire debate are the needs and demands of the forgotten men – the American taxpayer and worker who must bear the brunt of appalling crime, schools overrun with illegal aliens who can’t speak English, hospitals flooded with the massive unfunded liability of caring for their primary care needs, and with the gargantuan wealth transfer in the form of welfare and refundable tax credits. “

Trump doesn't have a clue how to solve these problems. Those "victims" picked the wrong rescuer.