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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Where Not to Eat: Chipotle CEO Allies w/ La Raza, Lobbies for Immigration Amnesty

Where Not to Eat: Chipotle CEO Allies w/ La Raza, Lobbies for Immigration Amnesty

If you like Mexican-style fast food but support a secure and safe America, don’t eat at Chipotle. I already told you, months ago, about Chipotle’s knowing employment of thousands of illegal aliens, which it was forced to fire, after Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) investigations showed that in many cases, more than half of its employees were illegal aliens. There is no way that, when more than half your employees are illegal aliens, you don’t know about it. Now, Chipotle’s “co-leader” (that’s testicle-less liberal psycho-babble for “CEO”) Monty Moran wants immigration amnesty, and he’s allied with the reconquistador illegal alien lobby to do it. Is that really the definition of “food with integrity,” as Chipotle proclaims its product to be? That’s despite the fact that for every single opening he has at his restaurants, there are 30-40 applicants. The problem is that many of those are U.S. citizen applicants. And–ya know–we can’t have that in America . . . Americans being hired for the jobs that Americans supposedly “just won’t do.”

Chipotle & Co-Leader Monty Moran: Food w/ Racist La Raza Reconquistador “Integrity”

Moreover, Moron, er . . . Moran, met with racist, reconquista La Raza to form an alliance and strategize on how to achieve nationwide amnesty for illegal aliens. Given that, you should assume that your taco dollars helped finance a contribution to La Raza from the Chipotle co-scumbag. Remember this BS the next time you get a hankering for a Chipotle burrito:

In a so-called silent raid, Immigration and Customs Enforcement inspected the chain’s hiring records and found more than 500 undocumented workers, who had to leave the Denver-based company. It had to let go more than half of its 900 employees in Minnesota and lost others to federal scrutiny of outlets in Washington, D.C., and Virginia.

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