SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Faced with an urgent shortage of workers, California farmers are desperate to be heard. “If we can’t change the way we’re doing business, we’re at risk,” said Brad Goehring, a fourth-generation wine grape grower in Lodi. The state has been struggling with this farm labor shortage issue for years, but it’s gotten to a point where farmers are fed-up. As harvesting season gets underway, many growers in need of workers fear they may lose their crops, and President Donald Trump’s crackdown on immigration orders appears to only make matters worse.
And Kenny’s response ;
Let’s see, a shortage of workers to bring in crops and an overabundance of people on food stamps and welfare….. I believe the solution is right in front of their noses. Be a meanie and put the welfare people to work. It’s that simple.