ICE arrests 114 workers in immigratio...

ICE arrests 114 workers in immigration raid at Ohio gardening company

There are 30 comments on the The Brainerd Daily Dispatch story from Jun 6, 2018, titled ICE arrests 114 workers in immigration raid at Ohio gardening company. In it, The Brainerd Daily Dispatch reports that:

A swarm of immigration agents arrested more than 100 workers at an Ohio gardening and landscaping company Tuesday morning, June 5, one of the largest of several recent workplace raids carried out as part of the Trump administration's crackdown on immigration enforcement. About 200 federal officers raided two locations of Corso's Flower and Garden Center - one in the Sandusky, on the shoreline of Lake Erie, and another in nearby Castalia, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement told the Associated Press.

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Since: Apr 10

Las Vegas, NV

#1 Jun 6, 2018
ICE arrests 114 illegal aliens in immigration raid at Ohio gardening company.

Put them on the ICE wagon and head south.
ONLYONETERM

North Augusta, SC

#3 Jun 6, 2018
spytheweb wrote:
ICE arrests 114 illegal aliens in immigration raid at Ohio gardening company.

Put them on the ICE wagon and head south.
Lazy welfare taker go and work there instead of being a parasite maggot! Employers are looking for you and you hiding and blaming! COWARD! GET A JOB!!!

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#4 Jun 6, 2018
114 out of 40 million ain't much. Throw the employers who hire them in prison and that will do some good.
MAGA

Madisonville, KY

#6 Jun 7, 2018
spytheweb wrote:
ICE arrests 114 illegal aliens in immigration raid at Ohio gardening company.

Put them on the ICE wagon and head south.
Not good enough. That's not really going to accomplish anything. Want to stop illegals, then prosecute and jail the people who employ them. Prosecute and jail people who hire the services of companies that employ them.

Since: Apr 10

Las Vegas, NV

#8 Jun 7, 2018
ONLYONETERM wrote:
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Lazy welfare taker go and work there instead of being a parasite maggot! Employers are looking for you and you hiding and blaming! COWARD! GET A JOB!!!
These illegal aliens will be home for Christmas.

Who's more of a parasite than South American Indians. Can't run a country and can't practice birth control.
Note of Caution

Paducah, KY

#9 Jun 7, 2018
spytheweb wrote:
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These illegal aliens will be home for Christmas.

Who's more of a parasite than South American Indians. Can't run a country and can't practice birth control.
Before you get too happy with this raid, you'd better think through the unforeseen consequences. We had a similar situation in a chicken processing plant near here (Mayfield, KY) a few years ago. The plant had continuous trouble with hiring illegal Mexicans and other Latinos. Management finally threw up its hands and let all the Mexicans go. They advertised for help locally, but nobody would work there. So they went to the U.S. government and applied for some legal refugee immigrants to do the work. What did the government send? A bunch of Somali refugees. Muslims.

If the county sheriff who supported and asked for this raid thinks he had problems with the Mexicans, wait until he has to deal with a bunch of Somalis, Syrians, etc.
Gen Curtis Le May-be

Santa Ana, CA

#10 Jun 7, 2018
Note of Caution wrote:
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Before you get too happy with this raid, you'd better think through the unforeseen consequences. We had a similar situation in a chicken processing plant near here (Mayfield, KY) a few years ago. The plant had continuous trouble with hiring illegal Mexicans and other Latinos. Management finally threw up its hands and let all the Mexicans go. They advertised for help locally, but nobody would work there. So they went to the U.S. government and applied for some legal refugee immigrants to do the work. What did the government send? A bunch of Somali refugees. Muslims.

If the county sheriff who supported and asked for this raid thinks he had problems with the Mexicans, wait until he has to deal with a bunch of Somalis, Syrians, etc.
Excuse the Sarge, he takes stupidity to new heights.
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#11 Jun 8, 2018
Who will cut my grass said the little red hen?
Ru4utvols

Morristown, TN

#12 Jun 9, 2018
Note of Caution wrote:
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Before you get too happy with this raid, you'd better think through the unforeseen consequences. We had a similar situation in a chicken processing plant near here (Mayfield, KY) a few years ago. The plant had continuous trouble with hiring illegal Mexicans and other Latinos. Management finally threw up its hands and let all the Mexicans go. They advertised for help locally, but nobody would work there. So they went to the U.S. government and applied for some legal refugee immigrants to do the work. What did the government send? A bunch of Somali refugees. Muslims.

If the county sheriff who supported and asked for this raid thinks he had problems with the Mexicans, wait until he has to deal with a bunch of Somalis, Syrians, etc.
They should pay good wages and people will work there. If they can't do that, it's not a viable business and should shut down.
Note of Caution

Paducah, KY

#13 Jun 9, 2018
Ru4utvols wrote:
<quoted text> They should pay good wages and people will work there. If they can't do that, it's not a viable business and should shut down.
It does not matter what wages they pay. Americans just don't work at that kind of hard, dirty, and in many cases seasonal jobs anymore. They've moved up the labor scale to more desirable jobs. Wages high enough to attract them to do those jobs would make the products produced cost so much that American consumers could not afford them.

So, yes, those businesses would shut down. Then what? Suppose all the chicken and meat processing plants closed? American consumers would either have to do without or buy imported poultry, beef, pork, etc. produced overseas.
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#14 Jun 9, 2018
Note of Caution wrote:
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It does not matter what wages they pay. Americans just don't work at that kind of hard, dirty, and in many cases seasonal jobs anymore. They've moved up the labor scale to more desirable jobs. Wages high enough to attract them to do those jobs would make the products produced cost so much that American consumers could not afford them.

So, yes, those businesses would shut down. Then what? Suppose all the chicken and meat processing plants closed? American consumers would either have to do without or buy imported poultry, beef, pork, etc. produced overseas.
There was a time when meat processors provided high paying jobs for American citizens. Now some to many of those jobs are held, at least locally, by immigrants, legal, or not. When American citizens were working in the meat processing plants the number of meat recalls were less.

Are American politicians protecting American workers when industry hires people that do not pay taxes, and deprive American workers of jobs?
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#15 Jun 9, 2018
Note of Caution wrote:
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Before you get too happy with this raid, you'd better think through the unforeseen consequences. We had a similar situation in a chicken processing plant near here (Mayfield, KY) a few years ago. The plant had continuous trouble with hiring illegal Mexicans and other Latinos. Management finally threw up its hands and let all the Mexicans go. They advertised for help locally, but nobody would work there. So they went to the U.S. government and applied for some legal refugee immigrants to do the work. What did the government send? A bunch of Somali refugees. Muslims.

If the county sheriff who supported and asked for this raid thinks he had problems with the Mexicans, wait until he has to deal with a bunch of Somalis, Syrians, etc.
Another “liberal “ racist heard from who prefers criminal who come here illegally over immigrants who have been vetted and come here legally. Why is it you prefer criminals over honest immigrants? Is it because honest people don’t vote Democrat?
Tom in TN

South Fulton, TN

#16 Jun 22, 2018
whiney beech wrote:
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There was a time when meat processors provided high paying jobs for American citizens. Now some to many of those jobs are held, at least locally, by immigrants, legal, or not. When American citizens were working in the meat processing plants the number of meat recalls were less.

Are American politicians protecting American workers when industry hires people that do not pay taxes, and deprive American workers of jobs?
No. Meat processors never provided high paying jobs. They always employed the workers at the very bottom, the ones that could not get any better jobs. Now those American workers have either moved up the scale to better jobs or they've become welfare parasites who wouldn't take a job in a meat processing plant (or anywhere else) no matter what it paid.
Tom in TN

South Fulton, TN

#17 Jun 22, 2018
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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Another “liberal “ racist heard from who prefers criminal who come here illegally over immigrants who have been vetted and come here legally. Why is it you prefer criminals over honest immigrants? Is it because honest people don’t vote Democrat?
If you lived in Mayfield, KY, and knew all the trouble that they've had with the Somalis you would not be asking that question.
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#18 Jun 22, 2018
Tom in TN wrote:
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No. Meat processors never provided high paying jobs. They always employed the workers at the very bottom, the ones that could not get any better jobs. Now those American workers have either moved up the scale to better jobs or they've become welfare parasites who wouldn't take a job in a meat processing plant (or anywhere else) no matter what it paid.
You are mistaken. The union shops paid well! Probably before you were born.
TheClintonfart

United States

#19 Jun 22, 2018
They smell very bad
spud

Easton, PA

#20 Jun 22, 2018
They need to implement an everify system and apply it to all employment, voting and government assistance. Big penalties for employers who hire illegals. No illegal voters. No money wasted supporting people that are here illegally.
PostHillaryFarti ng

Cockeysville, MD

#21 Jun 22, 2018
TheClintonfart wrote:
They smell very bad
Fartmasks required.

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#22 Jun 22, 2018
Note of Caution wrote:
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It does not matter what wages they pay. Americans just don't work at that kind of hard, dirty, and in many cases seasonal jobs anymore. They've moved up the labor scale to more desirable jobs. Wages high enough to attract them to do those jobs would make the products produced cost so much that American consumers could not afford them.

So, yes, those businesses would shut down. Then what? Suppose all the chicken and meat processing plants closed? American consumers would either have to do without or buy imported poultry, beef, pork, etc. produced overseas.
Purdue Farms & Wayne Farms are some of the largest employers in Coffee County, AL, along with Fort Rucker and they have no trouble finding Americans to fill their jobs.
fish and poi

United States

#23 Jun 22, 2018
Get the lazy liberals in that area off of welfare and working those jobs.. effing lazy bastards

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