In a previous post Zerohedge said American workers have received no new jobs since mid 2018, now they say we need more legal guest workers?


Now in an argument against illegal immigrants, they are arguing for more innovators via nonimmigrant guest worker visas like the H-1B visa.

According to a 2023 National Bureau of Economic Research paper (Working Paper 31086, “Measuring the Characteristics and Employment Dynamics of U.S. Inventors”), the majority of innovation in America is driven by white and Asian (including Indian) individuals.

The paper estimates that 96.5 percent of U.S. inventors were white or Asian as of 2016.

The question remains: Why are we allowing our borders to be overrun by illegal immigrants when we need controlled and tactical immigration to pay into our depleted social systems and kick-start the next wave of innovation?

Why would the United States prohibit valuable workers from becoming American citizens while on work visas yet entice unskilled and impoverished workers to enter the country and stay illegally?

These unanswered questions only add fuel to the fires of conspiracy and intrigue.

Giving priority to visas for highly skilled workers will not only strengthen our domestic initiatives but also stimulate innovation and bolster economic growth. It is beyond puzzling that the United States of America continues to welcome unskilled workers when our nation’s prosperity hinges on innovation and skilled labor. The Democratic Party’s reluctance to use the term “illegal immigrants,” echoed by figures such as Nikki Haley, is equally confusing. As Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis rightly pointed out, coming to this country illegally is illegal.

We need to fast-track immigrants who are likely to innovate and create wealth instead of prioritizing low-skilled workers.


If importing legal nonimmigrant guest workers really created jobs here at home in America, why haven’t Americans received any of the new jobs created since mid 2018 as they state above?

The answer isn’t really that simple because they are inaccurate in that statement.

I analyze those numbers monthly and have found a direct link to the labor force participation rate and I show how when native born Americans decrease in percentage points in the workforce, the labor force participation rate declines by the same percentage.

You can find my work at

To summarize that data, please review the 3 pie charts I am posting here, or click on the link above.