Comment: He makes a good point.

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He makes a good point.

I don't know anything about his globalist-leaning philosophy, but as a recruiter for engineers, I can tell you that I've been working non stop for a couple of weeks on an ENTRY LEVEL electrical engineering job in the Midwest. NO EXPERIENCE is required. 95% of the applicants are foreigners on an H1B who require sponsorship to work for a U.S. employer.

But most employers don't want to deal with the hassle of the immigration paperwork. Most employers want green card holders or U.S. citizens. The problem is there are virtually no American graduates with science degrees compared to foreigners.

That's my perspective as a professional headhunter.

Also, I'd like to point out how our own gov't creates massive unemployment in America and hardship on companies by restricting the number of visas it grants. Wherever government grants licenses or visas, you see an artificial SUPPLY. Sometimes there are too many, or not enough. Either case is bad for the economy. In a free society, there would be constant equilibrium as people would rush into whatever field or profession there was a demand for. Obamacare will utterly destroy our economy at a faster rate as these socialist policies are made mainstream in the medical industry.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford