Tech Giant’s Hiring UNDER FIRE – STRANGE Twist!

( – Elon Musk’s aerospace company, SpaceX, is being sued by the Department of Justice (DOJ) for hiring Americans before migrants.

According to Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke the DOJ “will hold SpaceX accountable for its illegal employment practices” in order to allow migrants “to fairly compete for job opportunities” at SpaceX and “contribute their talents.” The lawsuit is asking the judge to order the company “to fire applicants who were victims of the discriminatory practices.”

There was backlash over the lawsuit, of course. The Center for Immigration Studies policy director, Jessica Vaughan, accused the Biden administration of “bullying employers” for “trying to do the right thing” by avoiding the hiring of illegal workers while “ignoring employers” who discriminate against American citizens. She said Biden’s deputies are “working harder to give illegal aliens access to jobs” than protecting “Americans’ access.”

Vaughan said it’s “entirely consistent” with the Biden administration’s approach of tipping the playing field in “favor of workers from abroad” over American workers, who “are always going uphill. She said they’re penalizing employers trying to avoid hiring illegal workers, that is, “workers who may be using fake documents,” rather than “prioritizing” the penalization of employers bypassing legal U.S. workers. Vaughan called for “reforming the way verification occurs” for migrants and said that the responsibility should be “on the federal government” rather than employers.

This is where E-Verify comes in, which is backed by the government and provides employers with a means to authenticate who can legally work in the country. Vaughan said that the employers “who use it like it” because it takes the decision out of their hands, relinquishing their responsibility of making the judgment call on who’s authorized to work because “the government is doing it.”

Federal law states employers cannot unfairly exclude from consideration any legal migrant who’s been granted refugee or asylum status by the government. Such a status tends to be short-lived, though, as those who are considered refugees usually apply for green cards and then eventually official citizenship. The lawsuit claims only one legal immigrant was hired by SpaceX between the years 2018 and 2022.

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