PROOF: Illegals Prioritized for Jobs (Video)

( – New mortifying evidence has emerged that Americans are getting treated as second-rate individuals in their own country, at least as far as Democrat administrations are concerned, as New York Governor Kathy Hochul has openly prioritized illegal immigrant invaders for state jobs.

See a video of Hochul’s comments below!

Hochul, a Democrat, is advancing her initiative to revamp the Civil Service Commission, which would give foreign invaders an advantage over American citizens for state employment positions.

At January’s conclusion, Hochul sanctioned a strategy for the state to employ 4,000 undocumented immigrants in entry-level state roles.

This plan not only positions illegal immigrants at the forefront for these jobs but also removes several prerequisites that were previously necessary for their eligibility.

Specifically, the mandates for applicants to undergo a civil service examination and to possess a high school diploma have been lifted.

The objective behind these adjustments is to expedite the integration of illegal immigrants into state employment once they receive work authorization.

According to Spectrum News, the Civil Service Commission endorsed this scheme on January 18.

Governor Hochul has also conveyed that she has encountered numerous requests from business proprietors throughout the state, urging her to allow undocumented immigrants to be employed.

“Hotel owners and restaurant owners coming to me: ‘Can you send some of the migrants up here? We need them.’ I hear this in every corner of the state,” she stated.

In alignment with this initiative, New York City’s Mayor Eric Adams, also a Democrat, supports the effort to simplify the employment process for undocumented immigrants in both governmental and private sector positions swiftly.

“I would love to get migrants and asylum seekers to help with the lifeguard shortage. We’ve been successful in getting almost 30,000 people to [file] applications, including work authorization, asylum, TPS — we want more,” he commented.

Jessica Ramos, the chair of the New York State Senate Labor Committee and a Democrat, has advocated for equating “New Yorkers” with the migrants she supports.

“I think that every single New Yorker that can and wants to work should be able to work, especially, I think, when we start looking at our state jobs and how many of them are readily available,” Ramos remarked.

Furthermore, she has called for increased taxation on the wealthy to finance the newly created positions.

“In a state where we see that income inequality is worse than ever — we had 120 billionaires in New York state prior to the pandemic, we’re up to 135 today — that only means that more money is being hoarded. It is not being circulated in our communities,” Ramos exclaimed.