Wednesday, September 27, 2017

READ IT TODAY, you didn't yesterday. This is important crap. By Geniusofdespair

This is a great example of how your government responds to information requests: IT DOESN'T!! Read it please, pass it around. This one was about them changing the quota policy for Donald Trump so he could hire foreign workers at his resorts....If I do the work you can at least do the reading. In other words, no reading and I slack off. I can tell if you read it and you will be seeing this every friggin' day till you read it.

I reported abuse by Donald Trump to the Dept. of Labor after writing about the issue on our blog:,

I think there is abuse and hanky panky going on with H2B program. I don’t know who is to blame the dept. of homeland security or the department of labor. Why did you increase the number. Really your explanation does not hold water with a thinking American. It seems like you were persuaded by the president’s organization. If this is true, at least admit that the request came from the white house because it is too much of a coincidence that you increased the number the same month that The Trump Organization made the request.

I live in Florida. I am sure that there are plenty of workers here to fill these jobs. I want to make a formal complaint and see what the Trump Organization did to fill these jobs locally and what the organization has done to change the rules at your department. In other words, I want the Trump file.

Unempoyment is 3.9% in Palm Beach County and that is NOT seasonally adjusted. Why don’t they hire the local people? Are they just looking for pretty people? Are Americans not clean enough, pretty enough, smart enough? White Enough? Why was there a need for foreign workers? Where are these foreign workers from? I really want to know what country they are from.

Something is very wrong at the Department of Labor, that the pages are missing from your website--- where are they? Why can’t the President fill these jobs in Florida with US Workers? Why do you need to increase the Visas for these incredible pedestrian jobs? I would fill them for him because I know a lot of people in need of work. Where is the proof he has tried here? I would like his application.

Where is your database? I want a copy of your database that is now missing. I also want the PDF on Trump Models that is also now missing. Foia requests. On Thursday, the Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida, said it wanted to hire 15 housekeepers for $10.33 an hour; 20 cooks for $13.34 an hour; and 35 servers for $11.88 an hour. The Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, was asking for six cooks to hire for $13.34 per hour. These requests are published in a database updated by the Department of Labor.

And don’t go reporting me to Trump goons I do not want to be harassed and hacked and I am certainly not a threat to homeland security.

I really just want them to be consistent, If their mantra is "America First" then let them follow that, and if they don’t, I want to know why.

Thank you (America First!),

I just got my response to the above email (or should I say NON RESPONSE from the Dept. of Labor. )All of this information is on their website. I DID NOT GET WHAT I ASKED FOR. WHERE IS THE DATA BASE I ASKED FOR? WHERE IS THE FILE I ASKED FOR? ALL OF YOU WRITE TO THEM AND ASK FOR THE DATA BASE AND THE DONALD TRUMP FILE.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

All of the members of that $200,000 / year Mar-A-Lago club could not give two cares about the status of the workers at their "exclusive resort." Each one of them is as rotten to the core as the celebrity madman whom they worship.

The best news will be learning that their parasitic leader gave them all parasites.

Mar-a-Lago Had Long List of Health-Code Violations
Some January violations described as 'potentially hazardous'

By Newser Editors and Wire Services

Posted Apr 14, 2017 9:35 AM CDT
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President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., on April 3. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky, File)
(NEWSER) – Unsafe seafood. Insufficiently refrigerated meats. Rusty shelving. Cooks without hairnets. Reports show Florida health inspectors cited President Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort with 15 violations in late January, days before the US leader hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for a diplomatic visit, reports the AP. Still, the state inspectors allowed the luxury resort's main restaurant and beach club grill to remain open as staff scrambled to make several immediate corrections. Among the "high priority" problems described as "potentially hazardous" were faulty fridges with meats stored well above the required 41 degrees Fahrenheit. In the restaurant's walk-in cooler, the duck and beef were 50 degrees, while a ham was at 57.

Other issues included smoked salmon served without "proper parasite destruction" and a handwashing sink running water that was not hot enough. A rep for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, however, says the violations—found during a routine inspection—"were corrected on site, and the establishment was immediately brought into compliance." The January inspections were not the first time inspectors have found problems at Mar-a-Lago. Over the last three years, records show the club has been cited 78 times for violations that included chefs handling food without washing their hands, dirty cutting boards, a slicer "soiled with old food debris" and an ice machine containing a "black/green mold-like substance."
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