Jim Cramer on Immigration Reform: “Tell me how the people coming in create jobs?”
CNBC’s Jim Cramer gets it. : If you legalize millions of low skill, low wage workers, they will take the jobs current citizens would gladly have. : Therefore, just don’t:
“Can we just help people get jobs who live here? We have so many problems in our country,” Cramer told “The Steve Malzberg Show” on Newsmax TV.
“To me, this is so basic. We obviously should be taking care of our own. We’re Americans. Like, why can’t we take care of Americans? And how did that get to be bad?
“Like, I’m trying to figure it out. How did it get to be bad that we should be thinking about the people who were here first before we start worrying about the people coming in?
“Tell me how the people coming in create jobs?”
But this isn’t about creating jobs. : It’s about legalizing Democrat voters.
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