This State Is Banning Using The Term Illegal ‘Alien’ From State Labor Laws
Did you know the word “alien” is derogatory and offensive? So says California, anyway. The term is being struck from all state labor laws, and it is now prohibitive for the state to hire United State citizens over illegal aliens. That is discrimination. Gasp! How unjust to hire a US citizen to do a job when you can hire an illegal alien.
Senate Bill 432, passed with flying colors. It was nearly unanimous as it fell only one vote short. One! That means that all but one of the state’s Republicans went along with this stupidity. There is no hope for the Golden State when the conservative wing of the legislature hops aboard the trolley headed to the funny farm. Truly, the state is a classic case of the inmates running the asylum.
They’ve also set their sights on the word “illegal.” The San Francisco Labor Council wants “illegal” struck from labor laws as well.
"There are two words we are opposed to: illegal and alien. There is no such thing as an illegal person, and there is no such thing as an illegal alien” (Executive Director, Tim Paulson).
No? The term “alien,” is based on the notion that whatever it is, it is not from around here. The term “illegal,” goes hand in hand with the idea that something is against the law.
So, the term “illegal alien” seems to aptly apply to the droves of people flooding over the southern border, without proper documentation. They did not enter the country legally, thus they are breaking the law. They are not woeful and hopeful immigrants, because immigrants, who want to become integrated as citizens of a new land typically do not start off by breaking the law. Immigrants wait in line and go through the process of entering the country legally.
No matter what the clown circus of Moonbeam Brown, Paulson, and the rest of them in funny cars (legislature) think, these people are ILLEGAL ALIENS. Period.
h/t: Truth Revolt