ICE raids lift job market |

ICE raids lift job market

I must say, the potential array of applicants waiting in line to fill the 680 job openings created by ICE raids at the Koch Foods chicken processing plant in Morton, Mississippi, appears quite impressive and eclectic. A sampling of those queuing up include the following: one pig, two llamas, three snakes and a sassy turkey. Indeed, America is certainly the land of opportunity for all.

Louisa Caucia


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