Tyson Foods wants to hire 42,000 migrants “if we could find them” – then here comes Haiti!
03/21/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

Chicken giant Tyson Foods is back in the news for all the wrong reasons after Garrett Dolan, associate director of Tyson's human resources department, stated that the company's desire is to employ 42,000 migrants "if we could find them."

Dolan told Bloomberg that Tyson is joining the nonprofit group Tent Partnership for Refugees, which was founded by Chobani yogurt magnate Hamdi Ulukaya. The group's efforts involve hiring some of the 181,400 migrants that have come through New York City's intake system over the past two years to work at food companies throughout the United States.

Tent Partnership for Refugees is currently led by an Obama-era White House staffer named Gideon Maltz, by the way.

After news of Dolan's statements went viral, Tyson Foods tried to play cleanup by issuing a statement that the company is "strongly opposed to illegal immigration," adding that it supposedly "led the way in participating in the two major government programs to help employers combat unlawful employments, E-Verify and the Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers (IMAGE) program."

(Related: Did you know that Tyson Foods is shifting away from providing meat to customers and is instead going into the bug and insect business, in accordance with the desires of Klaus Schwab?)

Tyson already employs 42,000 migrants

The interesting thing about Dolan's statement is that Tyson already employs 42,000 migrants, and apparently wants 42,000 more to add to its 120,000-strong labor force.

America Legal First issued a statement about Dolan's discriminatory statement warning that "it is illegal under federal law to discriminate against American citizens based on their citizenship in favor of non-citizens of any kind when it comes to employment."

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In addition to seeking out illegals to hire as opposed to American citizens, Tyson Foods also invests cash into providing legal aid services for them; provides paid time off for any court appearances they might have; and provides childcare and transportation as well as English classes for free.

"They're very, very loyal," Dolan said, praising the illegals who work for Tyson. "They've been uprooted and what they want is stability – what they want is a sense of belonging."

In a partnership with Chobani, Tyson met up at offices in Manhattan recently to hire 17 illegals from Venezuela, Mexico, and Colombia to work at its plant in Humboldt, Tenn. The hirings went so well that Tyson went back to New York City to hire another 70 more.

As you can see from all this, the illegal alien invasion is helpful for large multinational corporations that can purchase cheap labor while padding their own pockets. It is bad for American citizens, though, which are watching prices for everything go up while their neighborhoods get taken over by foreigners, and they struggle to find jobs.

Keep in mind that many of these illegals might never get accepted for asylum. Some will, but the rest will be backlogged in the courts for their immigration hearings, which oftentimes take years to conclude. In the meantime, though, the illegals are allowed to work in the U.S. as if they have already received asylum.

"Tyson is constantly in search of workers to fill jobs in its factories – tasks like washing meat, placing the cuts into trays and doing a final inspection for bones," Bloomberg says about why these companies love hiring illegals.

"Dolan says the company expects about 40% of the 100,000 people in these roles will leave each year, a statistic he says is standard across the meatpacking industry. To meet this need, he said, Tyson plans to hire about 52,000 people at that wage class – which starts at $16.50 an hour, plus benefits – in 2024 alone.

More related news about the migrant invasion can be found at InvasionUSA.news.

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