Meg Whitman's Illegal Mexican Housekeeper Was Illegal, Mexican
Gloria Allred, one of those high-profile controversial lawyer people,shoved Meg Whitman's former illegal immigrant housekeeper into the limelight today, because now is a pretty good time to do that. Nicky Diaz–Santillan worked for Whitman for nine illegal years, but was apparently fired when Whitman was preparing to run for governor because she was illegal. So how often did Meg Whitman beat this woman during those nine years for not illegally doing her job correctly?
"When I met with Meg Whitman on June 20, 2009, I asked her for assistance," Santillan said. "I explained to her why I came to the United States. I explained that I was married and our economic situation in Mexico was very bad. We had no job, no food, no place to live and for that reason we made the decision to come here."
"Ms. Whitman just laughed," Santillan said.
Haha, illegal immigrants, hilarious. But, unfortunately, there are no allegations of physical abuse in all of this, unlike in that lawsuit filed by those employees Whitman shoved. Well, unfortunate for the media; fortunate for this housekeeper.
Whitman's people responded by saying it was "curious" these allegations are just coming out now a little over a month before the election. What? No, it's not curious. People want to beat Meg Whitman, so they found her illegal housekeeper. There's nothing curious about that.
There's also nothing curious about hiring an illegal housekeeper in California. Have you ever tried to hire an army of housekeepers for your mansion without any of them being illegal? Well, no you haven't, as you are not a rich CEO. And you can't pay for background checks and such, whereas Meg Whitman can.
And now Meg Whitman will be made into a taco and eaten by California's illegal housekeeper population, because, as we learned from Michelle Malkin, all crime in this country is committed by illegal immigrants and illegal immigrants will commit any crime. [CNN]