Politico's New Pitch For Open Borders: 'What If You Could Get Your Own Immigrant?'Chris Menahan
Feb. 13, 2018
Pakistani Immigrant Qaisar Mahmood New Head Of Swedish National Heritage Board: 'I Haven't Read Anything About Cultural Heritage'
'He Talked About Killing Our Parents, Our Friends': Shooting Suspect's Friend Says She Warned School
Florida Shooting Survivor Says Blame Trump, Not FBI For Shooting: "My Father's A Retired FBI Agent"
'Russian Influence' Agency Indicted By Mueller Was Actually A Commercial Marketing Scheme: Report
Lucian Wintrich Defends Himself After Being Accused Of Blasphemy For Criticizing Shooting Survivors
Politico has unveiled a new pitch for open borders and mass immigration: what if everyone could get their "own immigrant" to serve them and pay them less than minimum wage?
Neocon Eric Posner and his co-author Glen Weyl released an article on Tuesday titled, "What If You Could Get Your Own Immigrant?"
Here's how they laid out their plan:
Here’s how the program would work: Imagine a woman named Mary Turner, who lives in Wheeling, West Virginia. She was recently laid off from a chicken-processing plant and makes ends meet by walking and taking care of her neighbors’ pets. Mary could expand her little business by hiring some workers, but no one in the area would accept a wage she can afford. Mary goes online—to a new kind of international gig economy website, a Fiverr for immigrants—and applies to sponsor a migrant. She enters information about what she needs: someone with rudimentary English skills, no criminal record and an affection for animals. She offers a room in her basement, meals and $5 an hour. (Sponsors under this program would be exempt from paying minimum wage.) The website offers Mary some matches—people living in foreign countries who would like to spend some time in the United States and earn some money. After some back and forth, Mary interviews a woman named Sofia who lives in Paraguay.
Sofia, who grew up in a village, has endured hardships that few Americans can imagine. She is eager to earn some money so that she could move to her nation’s capital city and get some vocational training. A few weeks later, Sofia arrives in Wheeling, after taking a one-week training course on American ways. If things don’t work out, the agency that runs the website will find a new match for Sofia, and Mary will find someone new as well.Open borders and
Just ignore the cost of performing background checks (if that's even possible), flying these people in, and giving them room and board!
Anyone can afford it and they'll more than pay for themselves by walking dogs!
You want fake polls to justify it all? Sure, they've got fake polls:
One of the most fascinating findings of social scientists is that the people who oppose immigration the most are not those who live among migrants. The fear of migrants is largely based on ignorance about who they are. That’s why people who live among migrants tend to support immigration or not to oppose it too much.Indeed, those living next to the Somali ghettos in Minnesota are loving every minute of it!
By making sponsorship accessible to all Americans, a Visas Between Individuals Program would spread migrants throughout the United States rather than concentrating them in Silicon Valley, the big cities, and certain agricultural areas near the southern border. Sponsors will normally want the migrants they sponsor to live near them. Or Americans might move to areas of high migrant demand to take advantage of the opportunity to sponsor migrants there. It is hard to demonize the person who lives in your basement, or the basement of your neighbor, and has increased your income greatly. Most migrants, even those who came here illegally, obey the law and work extremely hard, in ways that are hard not to admire.Incidentally, their "BIG IDEA" isn't going over so well:
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook and Gab.