New York Times… Let All of the Illegals in Now

The NYT editorial board has just gone full open-borders, demanding that we let all of the illegals in now. It seems that the paper is telling their writers to push for more immigration. The day before, another writer tried to make the case for doubling the number of immigrants we accept. They claim that the influx of so many workers would make the economy soar. Depending on whose numbers you go by, we have between 12 million and 35 million illegals now and they didn’t explode the economy, they exploded the cost of welfare to illegals. That is not an economic benefit. Not only that but the nearly 3% gain in hourly wages would disappear with all of that cheap labor.
From Breitbart News

The New York Times‘ editors have posted an op-ed urging open borders.

“My family came to the United States from our native South Africa in the late 1980s,” wrote Farhad Manjoo, a regular columnist at the newspaper:

But why had I deserved that chance, while so many others back home — because their parents lacked certain skills, money or luck — were denied it?

When you see the immigration system up close, you’re confronted with its bottomless unfairness. The system assumes that people born outside our borders are less deserving of basic rights than those inside. My native-born American friends did not seem to me to warrant any more dignity than my South African ones; according to this nation’s founding documents, we were all created equal. Yet by mere accident of geography, some were given freedom, and others were denied it.

The New York Times’ editors have posted an op-ed urging open borders.

“My family came to the United States from our native South Africa in the late 1980s,” wrote Farhad Manjoo, a regular columnist at the newspaper:
But why had I deserved that chance, while so many others back home — because their parents lacked certain skills, money or luck — were denied it?
When you see the immigration system up close, you’re confronted with its bottomless unfairness. The system assumes that people born outside our borders are less deserving of basic rights than those inside. My native-born American friends did not seem to me to warrant any more dignity than my South African ones; according to this nation’s founding documents, we were all created equal. Yet by mere accident of geography, some were given freedom, and others were denied it.

Nationwide, the U.S. establishment’s economic policy of using legal migration to boost economic growth shifts wealth from young people towards older people by flooding the market with cheap white-collar and blue-collar foreign labor. That flood of outside labor spikes profits and Wall Street values by cutting salaries for manual and skilled labor of blue-collar and white-collar employees.
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