There have been loads of stupid protests since November 2016. But #ADayWithoutImmigrants takes the
cake pan dulce as far as overall dumbness goes (see Morons Who Don’t Understand ‘LEGAL’ vs ‘ILLEGAL’ Immigration Stage #ADayWithoutImmigrants Protest!). Complete with its very own hashtag. Extra social justice points for thee.
If you’re not familiar, the protest involved a whole bunch of illegal immigrants outing themselves by refusing to do things for a day. No shopping, consuming, or working. So when 18 people at the same company played hooky all on the same day? They got the glorious, steel-toed boot…
A total of 18 people were fired from one business after joining the nation-wide protest “A Day Without Immigrants.”
“We are the team leaders directly under the supervisors and they informed us last night that we could not go back to work and the boss said we were fired” one employee [said].
“…He was unfair, after working for them for so many years, gave him our best. They could not understand that it was just one day. We were going to make up that day… But they didn’t understand that. They didn’t give us an opportunity and just told us we were fired,” he said.
There are those who say “people losing their jobs is never funny.” With respect, this post proves those people are nothing but cotton-headed ninny muggins. Also hilariously wrong. Related Germany Fed Up? Intern Refuses to Remove Hijab. Gets Fired... The humor is in the delicious context.
Notice the part where a worker says (after translated from Spanish to English, mind you) “They didn’t give us an opportunity!” Yeah, the opportunity was being hired in the first place, cabron. Which he and his amigos promptly shat all over in an attempt to make a political statement… and a wrong one at that. Oopsie.
Twenty people refusing to come into work can put a company in a pinch. These guys screwed over their employer for a day, yet still expected to be welcomed back with open arms. Entitlement: a mindset of a social justice trash wizards which crosses borders. How lovely.
Of course, the entitlement of people who insist on being here regardless of the rule of law is hardly news. But this attitude has seeped its way into the mainstream. The sad part here? The left is shocked, SHOCKED I say, that these guys were fired. But these sods breaking the law AND raising a middle finger to the country which gave them opportunity and employment? Not so much. In fact, one might argue the media is totes behind the sentiment of telling America, and an employer, to eff off.
Do we have a wall yet? A wall sounds pretty good right about now…