Funny, though, how biased government can be while holding hearings to consider E-Verify:
Earlier today, there was a hearing in the House Judiciary Committee on whether all employers nationwide should be required to use the employment verification system E-Verify to investigate the backgrounds of each new employee they hire.
The hearing was erroneously titled “How E-Verify Works and How it Benefits American Employers and Workers.”
As it turns out, mandatory implementation of E-Verify would be disastrous for both of those groups, forcing employers to navigate a costly and time-intensive bureaucratic system and threatening the security of highly sensitive employee data.
There’s your impartial hearing: how the procedure under evaluation ‘benefits American employers and workers.’
Next: ‘The many benefits of bleeding with leeches.’