Retiring Paul Ryan Pushes Stealth Outsourcing, Amnesty for Irish Lobbies

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Neil Munro
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9 December 2018
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National News
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Retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan is quietly pushing a bill to outsource many thousands of U.S. college graduate jobs to Irish graduates and deliver amnesty to Irish illegals.
His Irish-only bill was quietly pushed through the House on November 28 without a recorded vote by legislators. It is now awaiting approval by the U.S. Senate — but the outsourcing and amnesty bill will be blocked if even one U.S. senator privately or publicly notifies GOP Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that he or she will oppose the measure. 
The plan would provide the Irish — but not anyone else — with roughly 50,000 endlessly renewable work permits per decade.
In 2005, President George W. Bush signed a treaty offering 10,500 annual E-3 work permits to Australian college graduates. Lobbyists say roughly half of those visas are unused each year, so the Ryan plan would annually allocate the roughly 5,000 unused E-3 visas to Irish graduates so they can take jobs sought by American graduates.
Currently, about 1.5 million foreign contract workers are holding college graduate jobs in the United States. The foreign workers are allowed to get these jobs via the H-1B, L-1, and other visa programs, and they help suppress the salaries earned by millions of American college graduates...