Main Stream Media Uses Negro as Scapegoat

Main Stream Media Uses Negro as Scapegoat
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Friday, June 2, 2017

CEO Robert Iger, quit Trumps Strategic policy forum and America says.. that's a really good thing. The Mickey Mouse Robert Iger, fires American workers and imports cheap foreign labor.. so be gone with him. Another Adviser quits Donald Trump, and that's good. Walt Disney Company CEO Robert Iger has quit his role on President Donald Trump’s Strategic and Policy Forum in the wake of the president’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord. Iger is out for Iger and not the hundreds of people he replaced with immigrants that work cheap and longer hours.

CEO Robert Iger, quit Trumps Strategic policy forum and America says.. that's a really good thing.  The Mickey Mouse Robert Iger, fires American workers and imports cheap foreign labor.. so be gone with him.  Another Adviser quits Donald Trump, and that's good. Walt Disney Company CEO Robert Iger has quit his role on President Donald Trump’s Strategic and Policy Forum in the wake of the president’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord.  

Iger is out for Iger and not the hundreds of people he replaced with immigrants that work cheap and longer hours. “Protecting our planet and driving economic growth are critical to our future, and they aren’t mutually exclusive,” Iger said in another statement issued through Disney. “I deeply disagree with the decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement and, as a matter of principle, I’ve resigned from the President’s advisory council.”


Iger — who was a major contributor to former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful campaign — became the latest executive to resign his position from the council, after Tesla founder Elon Musk also announced he would quit the council in the wake of Trump’s decision.
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) acting director James McCament wrote in a letter to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) that there are “multiple investigations” of employers who use the H-1B visa.
Every year, more than 100,000 foreign workers are brought to the U.S. on the H-1B visa. Most recently, that number has ballooned to potentially hundreds of thousands annually, as universities and non-profits are exempt from the cap. With more entering the U.S. through the visa, Americans are often replaced.
Among those being investigated, USCIS confirmed, are Disney, Eversource Energy–formerly Northeast Utilites–and the University of California San Francisco.


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