Conservative Investment Fund Divests Holdings in Tyson Foods After 'Migrant' Hiring Controversy

Nick Kangadis | March 20, 2024
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It looks like the folks over at Tyson Foods are beginning to find out what happens when you spurn the country that made you for criminal invaders who do nothing but siphon wealth from the American people. Well, someone is doing something about it.

According to Fox Business, American Conservative Values, an investment fund created by Ridgeline Research, has announced they’re divesting its holdings of Tyson Foods and given the the giant corporation’s stock a “refuse to buy” rating.

Fox Business reported:

The American Conservative Values ETF, an actively managed exchange-traded fund created by Ridgeline Research LLC to cater to ideologically conservative investors, announced Monday that it divested its holdings of Tyson Foods and placed a "refuse to buy" rating on the food giant's stock. Ridgeline founder and CEO Bill Flaig told FOX Business, "We believe Tyson's management has blundered into a political minefield (and should have known better).”

"The risk of alienating a significant percentage of their customers outweighs any potential economic benefit. In a recent Pew Research poll, 80% of U.S. adults say the U.S. government is doing a bad job of handling the migrant influx. We have seen the negative impact of alienating customers recently with Bud Light and Target and by divesting we are protecting our shareholders," Flaig added.

The backlash against Tyson Foods has been going on for years, for various reasons. But, the company’s recent decision to close down a plant in Perry, Iowa, laying off nearly 1,300 workers in a town of just less than 8,000, in favor of hiring thousands of criminal invaders illegally on U.S. soil has rubbed many the wrong way.

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Of course, Tyson Foods released a statement coming out against “illegal immigration,” despite Tyson human resource representative Garrett Dolan saying he’d like to employ 42,000 criminal invaders because “migrants are ‘very, very loyal.’”

In recent days, there has been a lot of misinformation in the media about our company, and we feel compelled to set the record straight,” Tyson Foods’ statement read. “Any insinuation that we would cut American jobs to hire immigrant workers is completely false.”

"Tyson Foods is strongly opposed to illegal immigration, and we led the way in participating in the two major government programs to help employers combat unlawful employment, E-Verify and the Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers (IMAGE) program," the statement added, according to Fox Business.

And while Tyson Foods can explain that the Perry plant closing has nothing to do with them looking for and hiring “migrants” using a job fair in New York City, it still happened around the same time, which is either intentional or an incredible coincidence.


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