Of course this is not legal or Constitutional, but it will be inforced, you can be assured of that.
The Obama administration entered into an agreement with Mexico’s government that it will prevent discrimination against illegal aliens in U.S, workplaces and the U.S. will educate them about their civil rights and minimum wage laws, an “Inside the Beltway” watchdog that investigates and exposes government corruption and criminal activity reported on Tuesday.
The U.S.-Mexico agreement wasn’t signed by President Barack Obama or anyone connected with immigration enforcement or homeland security; it was signed by the federal agency that enforces the nation’s workplace discrimination laws, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), said officials with Judicial Watch, a public-interest organization.
The EEOC calls it a “historic outreach agreement” that will solidify the agency’s “continued and longstanding commitment to this under-served community,” according to Judicial Watch.
“In other words, the Obama administration has been siding with — and protecting — lawbreakers, while persecuting and prosecuting American business owners, who in the past administrations were denigrated and even arrested for hiring — or harboring — illegal aliens,” said former police detective Iris Aquino.
Under, what many call, this one-sided bonanza for illegal aliens, American taxpayers will foot the bill for Spanish-language materials explaining the laws enforced by the EEOC and the politically-tainted agency will partner with Mexican consulate offices to provide information and training, according to attorney and political consultant Mike Baker.
The U.S. and Mexican officials signed the “taxpayer funded giveaway” in the state of Florida, an agriculture center that has winked at the illegal workforce for years. However, Judicial Watch officials believe the agreement will be applied throughout the United States and its territories.
While this agreement and its application may be viewed as outrageous by many, it’s already been going on for years as part of the Obama administration’s broader push for amnesty through fiat, according to officials opposed to the entire agreement