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...it comes to their own wallets and pockets like some of the MAGA farmers in California's central valley or LYING hypocrite politicians that talk all big about migrants/undocumented immigrants and border crisis but secretly hired them for their cheap labor:

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Republicans would rather boycott Tyson Foods than acknowledge how essential immigrant workers are

Tyson Foods quickly responded, telling Salon Food “any insinuation that we would cut American jobs to hire immigrant workers is completely false.” However, that hasn't stopped Republicans from continuing to call for a boycott of the company — and a conservative investment firm to split from Tyson.



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...it comes to their own wallets and pockets like some of the MAGA farmers in California's central valley or LYING hypocrite politicians that talk all big about migrants/undocumented immigrants and border crisis but secretly hired them for their cheap labor:

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Republicans would rather boycott Tyson Foods than acknowledge how essential immigrant workers are

Tyson Foods quickly responded, telling Salon Food “any insinuation that we would cut American jobs to hire immigrant workers is completely false.” However, that hasn't stopped Republicans from continuing to call for a boycott of the company — and a conservative investment firm to split from Tyson.


How do you know that these Central Valley farmers are MAGA farmers? Is there a map of MAGA farmers vs Leftie Farmers in CA?
Why would Tyson think people aren't going to criticized them when they shut down some of their plants with thousands of workers fired and turn around to hire thousands of illegals? Beside, these so-called MAGA farmers are just acting like the Lefties/Demmies that claims to love migrants/illegals when it's not affecting their neighborhood/city.

I've not bought anything Tyson for the last 15 yrs... My grocers in town sell pork and beef from the two slaughter house around town. And I get my eggs and chicken from farmers around town. I paid $1.50 for a dozen eggs and $5-7/chickens... You can taste the big difference from store bought chicken and freshly killed chicken.



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California Farmers Backed Trump, but Now Fear Losing Field Workers

MERCED, Calif. — Jeff Marchini and others in the Central Valley here bet their farms on the election of Donald J. Trump. His message of reducing regulations and taxes appealed to this Republican stronghold, one of Mr. Trump’s strongest bases of support in the state.

As for his promises about cracking down on illegal immigrants, many assumed Mr. Trump’s pledges were mostly just talk. But two weeks into his administration, Mr. Trump has signed executive orders that have upended the country’s immigration laws. Now farmers here are deeply alarmed about what the new policies could mean for their workers, most of whom are unauthorized, and the businesses that depend on them.

“Everything’s coming so quickly,” Mr. Marchini said. “We’re not loading people into buses or deporting them, that’s not happening yet.” As he looked out over a crew of workers bent over as they rifled through muddy leaves to find purple heads of radicchio, he said that as a businessman, Mr. Trump would know that farmers had invested millions of dollars into produce that is growing right now, and that not being able to pick and sell those crops would represent huge losses for the state economy. “I’m confident that he can grasp the magnitude and the anxiety of what’s happening now.”



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California Farmers Backed Trump, but Now Fear Losing Field Workers

MERCED, Calif. — Jeff Marchini and others in the Central Valley here bet their farms on the election of Donald J. Trump. His message of reducing regulations and taxes appealed to this Republican stronghold, one of Mr. Trump’s strongest bases of support in the state.

As for his promises about cracking down on illegal immigrants, many assumed Mr. Trump’s pledges were mostly just talk. But two weeks into his administration, Mr. Trump has signed executive orders that have upended the country’s immigration laws. Now farmers here are deeply alarmed about what the new policies could mean for their workers, most of whom are unauthorized, and the businesses that depend on them.

“Everything’s coming so quickly,” Mr. Marchini said. “We’re not loading people into buses or deporting them, that’s not happening yet.” As he looked out over a crew of workers bent over as they rifled through muddy leaves to find purple heads of radicchio, he said that as a businessman, Mr. Trump would know that farmers had invested millions of dollars into produce that is growing right now, and that not being able to pick and sell those crops would represent huge losses for the state economy. “I’m confident that he can grasp the magnitude and the anxiety of what’s happening now.”


I bet they regret voting for Trump... just like some Dems regret voting for Brandon.



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Correction ---> "illegals" NOT "migrants".

And to your point, there was a time when the Demonrats wanted to curb illegal crossing because they recognized that industries were capitalizing on cheap labor. But now, the Demonrats are the very ones who want to capitalize on cheap labor in their own cities and we're not talking about working in agriculture. They want to flood blue states and cities with illegals because it will increase representation . So whether the illegals get to vote or not isn't the issue.

Plus, you're totally comparing apples to oranges. Conservatives NEVER pushed to flood the country with illegals. They recognized that industries like agriculture needed to hire them, unlike YOUR Demonrat masters who want to flood the country with them and takeover Black neighborhoods as well as resources that should go only to Americans.



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Doesn't matter if it's illegal immigrants or migrants or legal immigration that are allowed to work here, many Republicans still hate them and blame them for taking American jobs away but when it comes to their own pockets, they have no problems being the hypocrites that they are.




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