Mississippi raid effect to ripple to poultry towns

Mississippi raid effect to ripple to poultry towns

Officials detained 680 during Wednesday’s immigration raid in Mississippi and sent more than 300 home by dawn Thursday, with notices to appear before immigration judges, said ICE spokesman Bryan Cox. While they await hearings, they’re unlikely to be able to work. Effects of the raid are likely to ripple for years through six small towns that host poultry plants.

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MightyMargulis 5 months

there was a kid in my highschool whos dad was arrested for drug dealing. they separated his family. but the news didn't care.

Larry 5 months

She's headed back to Mexico because she came here illegally. Actions have consequences! Especially Illegal actions.

Manifest Maga
Manifest Maga 5 months

Woomp Woomp

Gucci Swag B
Gucci Swag B 5 months

Your parents are at home, they are here illegally...

I Am Grug
I Am Grug 5 months

Orphanage or foster care in Mississippi is definitely not a place someone would want to be. Not sure you’d want to be in Mississippi at all. Practically a third world state except for a few county’s.

Kenguru Safari
Kenguru Safari 5 months

I like how they use quotes of children asking for their parents. Make it more obvious what you're trying to do 😂

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 5 months

Look out all you illegals. We’re coming to get you.

Wholly 5 months

Any right leaning sources?

Julian 5 months


Novenate 5 months

I'll pay extra for my chicken to have it responsibly made by American citizens. no problem.

Lowlife 5 months

This makes an interesting issue, these kids are here because of the actions of their parents, and most are legal Americans because of some messed up laws. So what should be done with the children, after all they haven’t done anything wrong? Personally I think they should go with the parents, as children with parents fair far better than those without. The left thinks the parents should be granted amnesty for the children’s sake. Please comment your thoughts below and let’s have a civil discussion where we can hopefully find common ground. Please do not insult each other, it doesn’t make anyone’s point stronger.

FATBINK 5 months


Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 5 months

That's probably 6 businesses closing down soon. I doubt all the employees were illegal immigrants. The conditions in these places is beyond imagining. Particularly in the summer time. You have to be pretty much unemployable to work there, and these folks weren't earning minimum wage. ($7.50/hr) They were working at a job Americans wouldn't do. Now where's Donnie's KFC coming from?

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