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Feb. 08, 2018
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Trump-hating former president George W Bush said Thursday that America needs illegal immigrants to "pick cotton at 105 degrees," because Americans won't.
"There are people willing to do jobs that Americans won't do," Bush said. "Americans don't want to pick cotton at 105 degrees (Fahrenheit), but there are people who want put food on their family's tables and are willing to do that. We ought to say thank you and welcome them."
Bush was speaking at a summit in Abu Dhabi which was put on by the Milken Institute (founded by convicted felon and financier Michael Milken.)
As the Gateway Pundit notes, "Americans have not picked cotton by hand in decades."
It's performed by machines:
While Bush feels we need a slave class to "pick our cotton," most menial jobs are being eliminated thanks to technological advancements.
In societies such as Japan, where they haven't imported an underclass from the third world to serve as their slaves, robots are being developed to care for the elderly.
While the Bushes no doubt love having cheap maids and other laborers who will do their bidding, all this cheap labor is doing is impeding technological progress.
When these low skilled jobs are made irrelevant and the millions of people our rulers imported for cheap labor are put out of work we could see serious social unrest.
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