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Here’s the Full List of the 97 Companies Suing POTUS Trump Over Temporary Refugee Ban

Tuesday, February 7, 2017 12:59
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Gateway Pundit 97 different companies are suing President Trump to allow refugees into the US from failed states such as Somalia or Libya. Unreal.   BGR News reported: In an amicus brief filed late on Sunday in the Ninth Circuit … Continue reading

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  • Debbie

    What you will notice about this list is it is mostly tech companies….and the tech companies are afraid that Trump will interfere with their H1B visa workers….the cheap IT guys that they brought in from India and Pakistan – the foreigners who replaced the American workers at a far lesser salary….this is why they call Silicon Valley Little Calcutta….a kind of filthy little over crowded ghetto where all the cheap techs live…….we should all hope that Trump ends the H1B visa program all together….hope they pass laws that those jobs must be filled by Americans first, and at a fair wage…..let these slimy greedy little (and big because it certainly includes Microsoft – that’s one way Luciferian, hater of humanity, tainted vaccine king Bill Gates made his billions)…..
    Yes, the tech companies are fearing Trump putting Americans first……………..

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