Tucker Carlson Asks Immigrant Rights Activist Why He's Shilling For The Chamber Of Commerce

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
May. 02, 2017

Why is it the left that claims to fight for higher wages and workers' rights now shills for open borders globalism and free trade?

That's the question Tucker Carlson asked immigrant rights activist Steven Choi on his show Monday.

From Fox News:
Carlson said it was ironic that Choi and his fellow demonstrators used a holiday meant to celebrate American labor to instead celebrate those who have weakened the job market.

He asked Choi why people who work for $12 per hour would want to see people come into their towns and work for $7 per hour.
"We live in a global economy... it's not a zero sum game," Choi said, adding that New York City, Buffalo and Syracuse have benefited from increased immigration.

Carlson disagreed, pointing out that the middle class is "dying" in those communities.

"How many immigrants should we let in?" Carlson asked.

Choi said he could not name a specific number of people, and sparred with Carlson over the cost of immigration on the market.

"You want more immigrants but you don't know how many," Carlson said. "I just wish the left were more serious about economics."
As I pointed out yesterday, Elizabeth Warren said similar crap on Bill Maher's show.

The Democrats say they want to raise the minimum wage, but at the same time say we need to flood America with Third World immigrants from Mexico and Central America so big business can have an endless stream of cheap labor to exploit.

The future under the Democratic party is a two tiered society of globalist business elites running everything with a Third World underclass employed as their slaves. The giant, disenfranchised middle class will probably be sent to die in the Middle East, China, or Russia just to get them out of the way and keep them from starting a second American revolution.

This is why we need a new nationalist movement and new Republican leaders who will follow through where Trump has failed.

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