Illegal Illegals Not Welcome

Glad to see my representative pushing for this.

Driscoll and some other farmers say the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown is making it harder to find workers. But if Wisconsin farms face labor shortages today because they’ve relied on workers in the country illegally, state Rep. Bob Gannon, R-Slinger, doesn’t want to hear about it.

“If it takes illegal immigrants to make their business model operate, I think their model is broken,” he said. “I’m in agreement with President Trump that if you break the law in the United States, you should expect to get a one-way ticket out of here.”

He also has a problem with cities that don’t do more to help the federal government. Gannon is a co-sponsor of a controversial Assembly bill aimed at preventing sanctuary jurisdictions of all types.

2 Responses to Illegal Illegals Not Welcome

  1. dad29 says:

    Driscoll and some other farmers say the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown is making it harder to find workers.

    Yup.  And Elliot Ness made it difficult to sell moonshine.  All those damn laws ‘n stuff!!

  2. billphoto says:

    I agree with Rep. Gannon.  Now if we can get Paul Ryan off the open borders bandwagon …

    I have read article after article about resort areas like the Dells complaining they have a shortage of works because the H-2B visa program has already reached its annual quota so they cannot hire more foreigners to fill summer jobs.  

    Had to visit a warehouse in Milwaukee recently and saw plenty of folks standing on the corner that appeared to have time available to go to work.  It would appear the Dells and the farmer’s problem have a solution.

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