REPORT: Tyson Foods Wants To Hire Thousands Of ‘Asylum Seekers’ After Laying Off Americans

Tyson Foods is hoping to hire tens of thousands of illegal aliens and migrants for food processing jobs as the company continues to close plants and lay off American citizens.

According to a report from Bloomberg, Tyson Foods is hoping to hire more than 40,000 illegal aliens and migrants arriving in the United States. The food giant is hoping to maximize its profits by capitalizing on cheap labor streaming over the border from Central America, Africa and the Middle East.

“They’re very, very loyal,” Tyson human resources leader Garrett Dolan told Bloomberg. “They’ve been uprooted and what they want is stability — what they want is a sense of belonging.”

“We would like to employ another 42,000 if we could find them,” Dolan added.

Since the article was released, Tyson Foods has attempted to walk back Dolan’s statements, referring to the article as “misinformation.”
“In recent days, there has been a lot of misinformation in the media about our company, and we feel compelled to set the record straight,” the company said in a press release. “Tyson Foods is strongly opposed to illegal immigration, and we led the way in participating in the two major government programs to help employers combat unlawful employment, E-Verify and the Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers (IMAGE) program.”

“Tyson Foods employs 120,000 team members in the U.S., all of whom are required to be legally authorized to work in this country,” the statement continued. “We have a history of strong hiring practices, and anybody who is legally able is welcome to apply to open job listings.”

The report comes just days after Tyson announced that it was shutting down plants in the United States. Workers at the company’s Perry, Iowa, plant were informed that the location will be shutting down this past Monday. According to a report from the Des Moines County Register, the plant employs more than 1,200 workers.

“After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to permanently close our Perry, Iowa, pork plant,” a Tyson Foods spokesperson told Fox News. The spokesperson stated that closing the plant “emphasizes our focus to optimize the efficiency of our operations to best serve our customers.”

Tyson also plans to close similar locations in Arkansas, Missouri, Indiana and Virginia in the coming months.

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