HE’S MAD: Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke is Livid About President Donald Trump’s Executive Order
On April 20, 2020, President Donald Trump caused a shockwave across the political spectrum when he issued an executive order to restrict immigration.
Although the order did not go as far as many immigration patriots wanted it to go, the announcement caused the entire Left to lose its mind on Twitter.
Failed Senate candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke was one of most vocal opponents of this announcement.
In very vulgar terms, O’Rourke tweeted about this executive order:
“Who the fuck do you think is working on the farms and feed lots, in the packing houses and processing plants at a time where we are struggling to feed ourselves? Who is in the kitchen? Who is picking, preparing, serving the food we eat and cleaning up afterwards?”
Who the fuck do you think is working on the farms and feed lots, in the packing houses and processing plants at a time where we are struggling to feed ourselves? Who is in the kitchen? Who is picking, preparing, serving the food we eat and cleaning up afterwards?
— Beto O'Rourke (@BetoORourke) April 21, 2020
One Twitter user noted the following about O’Rourke’s remarks:
“Scab labour being so cheap is actually holding back mechanization and automatization in these fields so thanks for importing people to work in substandard conditions for illegal wages to save a few bucks in the short term. It´s quite literally holding society back technologically.”
Indeed, mass migration proponents tend to be shills for businesses that want cheap labor.
Although this makes for great profit-making in the short-term, it keeps certain industries from transitioning towards more capital-intensive methods that boost productivity and actually improve overall living standards.
But the cheap labor lobby doesn’t think about the long-term.
O’Rourke also likely knows about the voting patterns of migrants during the last 50 years.
Unsurprisingly, he has flirted with the idea of abolishing the citizenship exam in hopes of creating a smooth mass migration-to-Democrat bloc voting pipeline.
To keep O’Rourke and his open border colleagues from realizing their vision, Trump will need to secure his re-election and have full Republican control of Congress to push his immigration reforms through.