How Shadowy Network Of NGOs Supplies Mega-Corporations With Migrants To Exploit Cheap Labor

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by Tyler Durden
Monday, Mar 11, 2024 - 11:11 PM

One week ago, we wrote a note describing how illegals are obtaining jobs through a federal government loophole enabled by the Biden administration as they await deportation proceedings. This caught the attention of Elon Musk, who said, "Wow, learn something new every day." 

Now, we're revealing how corporate interests have become deeply interconnected with immigration through a non-governmental organization called Tent Partnership for Refugees. This NGO comprises more than 400 major multinational companies committed to hiring "refugees." 

Several NGO partnerships with mega corporations include RedRoof Inn, Royal Farms, Shopify, CSX, Delta Airlines, DoorDash, Etsy, and even Bloomberg. 

The NGO's relationships run deeper than mega-corporations, in fact, all the way up to the Biden administration. 

In December of 2022, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken signed a memorandum of understanding with Tent Partnership to "expand economic opportunity for refugees" in the private sector. 

Since the Biden administration opened the floodgates, 10 million illegal immigrants invaded the nation. The NGO serves as an extension for mega-corporations to exploit cheap labor.

Since the summer of 2018, there has been zero job creation for native-born workers... 

... and that since Joe Biden was sworn into office, most of the post-pandemic job gains the administration continuously brags about have gone foreign-born (read immigrants, mostly illegal ones) workers.

This leads us to a Bloomberg report showing how meatpacker Tyson Foods Inc. is set to hire tens of thousands of migrants via Tent Partnership. Tyson already employs 42,000 migrants among its 120,000 US workforce. 

"We would like to employ another 42,000 if we could find them," said Garrett Dolan, who leads Tyson's efforts to eliminate employment barriers such as immigration status. 

"We're recognizing there's not a lot of people that are going to be working labor-manufacturing jobs that are American," Dolan said, adding a large portion of new hires "are going to come from refugees and immigrants, so we're now in the business of strategically thinking that through."

In addition to efforts to influence elections and the Census through the influx of illegals, Democrats and their shadowy network of NGOs are pumping migrants to mega corporations, enabling the billionaires to exploit cheap labor.