Tyson Foods Under Fire for Hiring Illegal Immigrants Amid Immigration Concerns

Tyson Foods has sparked controversy by hiring illegal immigrants in New York, recruiting from countries like Venezuela, Mexico, and Colombia.

Collaborating with Tent Partnership for Refugees, the meatpacking giant hired migrants for its Tennessee plant. With approximately 42,000 migrants and refugees on staff, Tyson’s move drew criticism for allegedly favoring non-American labor.

Despite claims of loyalty and stability, social media backlash ensued, with calls to boycott Tyson. As illegal immigration concerns persist, scrutiny intensifies over companies like Tyson potentially compromising national security and American job opportunities.

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