Tyson Foods and JBS Swift are changing the makeup of small towns across America. Will President Trump be able to stop these towns from becoming something residents who have lived there for decades no longer recognize, or is it already too late for these small-town communities to turn back the clock?
According to Ann Corcoran of the Refugee Resettlement Watch site, citizens of small-town America are beginning to understand that the arrival of a BIG MEAT plant will change their towns forever, and they don’t like it!
BIG MEAT and BIG CHICKEN are major drivers of the US Refugee Admissions Program and here we learn that Tyson Foods new plant in Humboldt, TN will employ 1,500 workers.
The $300 million project is to start operations in late 2019 to meet what Tyson described in a release as “strong consumer demand for its chicken.”
Remember Senator Bob Corker? He sold out American workers for cheap refugee labor.
But get this: the pols admit that unemployment is really low, so where might those workers, who will do mostly dirty jobs, come from?
You guessed it! Immigrant and refugee labor will soon be streaming into a town of less than 9,000 people!
And before I get to this really bad news for the citizens of Humboldt, this gives me another opportunity to show you the direct connection between giant global corporations like Tyson Foods (JBS Swift and Chobani too) and the federally funded refugee ‘religious’ contractors placing refugees secretly into American towns.
Chobani is owned by Turkish Muslim immigrant Hamdi Ulukaya. Chobani has filled 30 percent of its 600 positions at the world’s largest Yogurt plant in Twin Falls, Idaho, with refugees resettled in America through a U.S. State Department program carried out in cooperation with the United Nations.
Ann Corcoran, author of the Refugee Resettlement Watch blog, said the potential conflict of interest is disturbing and should be questioned by Twin Falls residents.
Now to Tyson Foods’ new deal in Tennessee…
From the Commercial Appeal:
Tyson Foods will build a new chicken production complex in Humboldt — 75 miles northeast of Memphis — that will employ 1,500 people, company and government officials announced Monday. [Memphis is the closest refugee placement office to Humboldt, but the feds and Catholic Charities could expand to Humboldt as has happened in other states to accommodate meatpackers.—ed]
The new plant in Humboldt will make pre-packaged trays of chicken for retail grocery stores nationwide and is expected to process 1.25 million birds per week, according to the company.
“This is a historic day for Humboldt, Gibson County, and West Tennessee,” Humboldt Mayor Marvin Sikes said in a prepared statement. “I want to thank Tyson Foods for their commitment to our community and region. The significant job creation and capital investment that will result from this project will have a positive impact on our community that will last for many years, and I could not be more excited about the future of Humboldt and Gibson County.”
Plant will employ 1,500 people
Gov. Bill Haslam said in a prepared statement, “The new facility will be Tyson’s fifth location in Tennessee and it means a great deal that a company of this magnitude will continue to grow its footprint in our state. I appreciate Tyson for its continued commitment to Tennessee and for helping us become one step closer to our goal of making Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high-quality jobs.”
Tyson Foods currently operates in four facilities located in Tennesseee: Shelbyville, Newbern, Goodlettsville, and Union City.
Tennessee Star reports:
In 2009, the Shelbyville Times-Gazette reported about federal refugee resettlement contractors and church organizers, bringing refugees and Diversity Lottery immigrants to apply for jobs at the Shelbyville Tyson plant.
Federal refugee contractor World Relief’s director was quoted as saying that, “refugees are brought to Shelbyville for the jobs as openings occur and Tyson hires them ‘because they are hard workers.’” World Relief’s Employment manager at the time said they “had a long standing relationship with Tyson and she calls every Friday to see if there are job openings.”
Even though some in the Bedford County community felt that out-of-work residents should have preference for the jobs at Tyson, the company’s spokesman Gary Mickelson confirmed that equal employment opportunity laws disallow discriminating in favor of local residents.
The reporting in 2007, however, revealed that Tyson is able to disclose the number of refugee workers employed at their plants, a question Mickelson was asked recently, but declined to answer. In 2007, Mickelson confirmed that “just over one-quarter” (over 275), of the team members at the Tyson plant were Somalis.
At the same time, Mickelson explained that Tyson relied on employee self-reporting about TB testing or TB medical history and that depending on the information provided an employee might be referred to a local medical provider or health department.
In July 2017, we reported about Shelbyville another small town in Tennessee, and the Somali refugee takeover of the small town:
SOMALI MUSLIMS TAKE OVER A SMALL TOWN IN TENNESSEE In Globalist Plan For A “New America” [Video]
“The first consideration in immigration is the welfare of the receiving nation. In a new government based on principles unfamiliar to the rest of the world and resting on the sentiments of the people themselves, the influx of a large number of new immigrants unaccustomed to the government of a free society could be detrimental to that society. Immigration, therefore, must be approached carefully and cautiously.” – Thomas Jefferson
Journalist and radio host Sue Payne reveals to Mark Levin what we’ve been saying about what’s happening to small towns all across America. Ms. Payne was lucky enough to be privy to a plan for building a ‘country within a country’ using illegals and refugees. This is terrible for America and is a serious blow to our economy, jobs and way of life. Please listen to Sue Payne and read the bullet points below on what Obama has planned. If you can Google “Welcoming America” and check to see if they’re in your town, then you’ll know if your town is a target. Yes, this is the fundamental transformation Obama was talking about.
Sue Payne was privy to listening-in on multiple conference calls between Barack Obama and 16 members of his cabinet. What she uncovered was shocking and disturbing – even by the new ‘ObamAmerica’ standards to which we’ve become accustomed.
The administration’s weaponization of illegal aliens and refugees may be far more sinister than even the most ardent opponents have yet imagined.
On one of these such calls, Obama conducted a meeting with his new ‘Task Force On New Americans,’ chaired by radical Cecilia Munoz, former vice president of the radical, Hispanic race-supremacy group La Raza (‘The Race’).
MARK LEVIN INTERVIEWS SUE PAYNE:
“Remember when he (Obama) went to Las Vegas? The media said he was signing an executive order for five million illegal aliens to become deferred. In reality, what he did was sign a memorandum that created the ‘Task Force On New Americans,’ which was going to implement his ‘amnesty mill’ for the five million illegals – which I believe is going to be more than that… On these conference calls, it became clear that he’s looking at 13 to 15 million to give protection and move them on to citizenship.” – Payne
These initial “new Americans” are to be used as “seedlings” in the construction of a “country within a country,” which would help complete a full ‘fundamental transformation’ of the United States.
Specific cities are being designated as “receiving communities” (sanctuary cities – we now have 300!) to which illegals are being bused and flown at the expense of American taxpayers. These communities are being used as incubators for an entirely new population that assist in bringing ‘people in the shadows’ into the light – to essentially conquer proper citizens and push them into the underclasses over time.
SHELBYVILLE IS A “RECEIVING COMMUNITY”
On December 17, 2017, we reported about a Guatemalan man who died after falling into a waste grinder at a meat plant in Ohio. A former worker at that meat plant talks about how the illegal aliens who are hired before Americans have changed the dynamic of their town. He also talks about how the meat plant hires kids as young as 10-12 years old!