Mass-Migration Payback! Elites Losing THEIR Jobs

American journalists are suddenly whining about the influx of British journalists into their top media positions, despite the fact that millions of foreign visa workers have replaced and demoted many American professionals.

A scathing article on the media industry website The Wrap.com stated, “UK media executives are getting some of the largest roles in U.S. journalism.” The piece went on to say:

Some others wonder if these employment decisions are what America’s democracy needs. Jeff Jarvis, a CUNY journalism professor, said, “Everyone’s shouting about how we have a crisis in local news.” “I think national news is in crisis this time when fascism is rising.”

“British conservatives in charge of the Washington Post?” Dan Froomkin tweeted at PressWatchers.org. “Things out of nightmares.”

Will Lewis, the freshly installed CEO of Jeff Bezos’ Washington Post, is one of the new entrants from Britain.

Journalist Drew Magary said, “It feels very much like a dive headfirst into the abyss.” Drew writes for SFGate.com. Lewis is a native of Britain. Magary wrote, “Never trust a British media executive.”

Guardian columnist Margaret Sullivan stated, “If Lewis is going to succeed, he’ll need to have the media with him all the way.” They’re not there at the moment. And it implies a change of direction [by Lewis] is necessary,” Sullivan, a former media critic for the New York Times and the Washington Post, stated.

John Miano, an attorney who has supported American professionals whose jobs have been shifting to foreign contract workers, retorted, “They’re reaping what they sowed.”

He told Breitbart News, “We’ve had presidents import labor [using the H-1B program], and we get nothing from the media on that.”

Regardless of how you slice it, the H-1B program’s goal is to replace American workers with less expensive foreign labor. You examine the [legal] code; that is the sole goal of this software. You won’t, however, come across a description like that in American media. The claim that this program aims to displace American support workers is something that no [establishment journalist] would dare make.”

Although migration has a significant economic impact, particularly on Americans in white-collar jobs, it rarely receives public attention. Miano stated:

“The data clearly shows a relationship between immigration and salaries in the United States. There were roughly 250,000 immigrants per year, and wages increased in line with productivity at that level. The Immigration Act of 1965 caused a significant surge that began about 1970, but since then, American workers have hardly received raises. Immigration should be a small portion of what it is now, but it is one of the causes—there are many other reasons to blame immigration for everything!”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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