The best part of this is the monumental struggle to find something bad in increased employment for Black Americans. But rest assured, the NYTs and the NAACP are on it and had no problem.
The president of the local NAACP compared the raids to slavery, proving once again the NAACP has become nothing more than an arm of the Democratic Party that stopped advancing the interests of Blacks a long time ago. And in typical liberal gymnastic digression the NYTs tells us :
The raids were believed to be the largest statewide immigration crackdown in recent history and a partial fulfillment of President Trump’s vow to remove millions of undocumented workers from the country. The impact on Mississippi’s immigrant community has been devastating. For nonimmigrant workers, the aftermath has forced them into a personal reckoning with questions of morality and economic self-interest: The raids brought suffering, but they also created job openings.Amazing, isn't it! Their tortured manipulation of the vernacular carefully avoids the salient data; these people were in the country ILLEGALLY, therefore they were employed ILLEGALLY. This is not some ethical conundrum. This is the law. But "the law is a ass" when it conflicts with the NYT's sheltered liberal elite world view that the most important goal of the modern era is the subsuming of America in a sea of unwashed illegals, so finally...FINALLY...their progressive utopia can be achieved. And if that destroys their old and tired weapon of choice (Black America)? Then so be it.