Skip to comments.Big Tech’s praise for Biden will strike most people as a reason to prefer Trump
Posted on 09/26/2020 9:06:14 PM PDT by conservative98
The two dozen tech geniuses who endorsed Joe Biden in a recent New York Times letter showed an obliviousness all too typical of the industry. Biden and running mate Kamala Harris listen to experts before setting public policy, they claim which evidently means theyll favor the tech industrys preferences when it comes to immigration policy.
The 24 winners of the Turing Award, aka the Nobel Prize of programming, dont run the Big Tech companies. But they clearly join in the industrys upset over H-1B visas, which normally allow for the recruitment of immigrants with specialized skills until President Trump suspended them in April and later extended that through years end.
Millions of Americans are out of work thanks to a virus thats jumped around the world, and Big Tech is upset that it cant hire as much cheaper foreign labor.
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The Turing Award is known as the Nobel Prize of Computer Science. 24 Turing Award Laureates signed this letter to support the candidacy of former Vice President Joe Biden for President of the United States and Senator Kamala Harris for Vice President. It’s the first time Turing Award Laureates have endorsed a candidate.
The Endless Wars / Cheap Labor / Open Borders globalists hate Trump.
Of course they support Biden.
And a bunch of tech professors are on this list probably making high six figure salaries and they can’t lose their job currently. If they want everybody else to lose their job, it is time to defund universities and colleges. Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach, and teach to hate America and open border anarchy, and should be defunded.
Rich greedheads who hate America but support unfettered use of H1B visas? How near-fetched.
Big tech knows that Dems are easier to buy off for the equivalent of a two piece dark meat with a biscuit.
Suckerberg and his ilk are accustomed to being bowed and scraped to by their employees - so they think all Americans will adopt the same posture.
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