CNN uses Albertville, Alabama to highlight America’s “immigration divide”…

It’s perplexing to me…

The issue is summed up in the first few paragraphs…

There’s one question Sandra Langlois is sick of hearing in job interviews.

“Do you speak Spanish?”

Langlois doesn’t — and doesn’t think she should have to.

At 42, she already speaks two languages. Born in Germany, she moved to Pennsylvania as a child and learned to speak English fluently. She thought that would be enough to get a job in the United States.

Now, as she waits for an interview at the Albertville unemployment office, she’s not sure it will be.

Hispanic immigrants, she says, have transformed the state she’s called home for decades. And the ones who came to the United States illegally, she says, make a tough job market even tougher.

She did everything right but she still loses…

Hispanic immigrants, she says, have transformed the state she’s called home for decades. And the ones who came to the United States illegally, she says, make a tough job market even tougher.

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As an immigrant herself, Langlois says she’s had to follow strict rules and make sure her documents are in order when she applies for jobs. And she resents immigrants who came to the United States illegally for finding ways to skirt the system.

The article spends the next million words explaining how “wrong” she and how this is an issue with only white people, showing this poll at the end…

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But the stark reality here is simple, these illegals don’t belong in Albertville but they aren’t going anywhere.

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