Oh FFS. https://t.co/0SnbbHwvYM
— LaurieAnn (@mooshakins) August 27, 2016
This is from the Obama Justice Department, not The Onion:
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 27, 2016
The Justice Department released a video this week encouraging companies not to terminate immigrants after their employment authorization expires, and indicated that doing so is a form of discrimination.
The Justice Department claims requesting additional work-authorization documents from these workers may violate a provision in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) designed to protect individuals from excessive employer demands based on their nationality.
In other words:
So our Justice Dept encourages breaking the law. You can't make this stuff up. https://t.co/J7iKn2rlZ8
— Jason C. (@CounterMoonbat) August 27, 2016
This administration is beyond parody.
Laws and penalties are for Republicans only I guess. https://t.co/prF6bJKSZi
— Rschrim (@Rschrim) August 27, 2016
This just in, @TheJusticeDept encourages employers to break the law.
— ThomRog1621 (@ThomRog1621) August 27, 2016
Outrageous! "Discrimination" against those who break our laws … https://t.co/I2YldeATnk
— Sissy Willis (@SissyWillis) August 27, 2016
Laws mean absolutely nothing under progressive dictatorships https://t.co/fAlolUqMYP
— ZombieHarambe2016 (@LilMissRightie) August 27, 2016
We MUST up hold the law! This administration is a joke! https://t.co/L0QSKvRgDG
— Robin Zimms (@RZimms) August 27, 2016
According to our Justice Department, America doesn't belong to Americans but to immigrant squatters. https://t.co/CW8FvwVaWR
— Kim Priestap (@kimpriestap) August 27, 2016
Expired papers equate to no longer eligible!
For country entry, working or sneezing!
Recuse thyself incompetent 1! https://t.co/m8jWQrHxZm
— THE VIPER (@TDennis17) August 27, 2016
You literally can't make this stuff up fam https://t.co/lzePghl4tM
— Mel Broughton (@Mel_Bro24) August 27, 2016