Another liberal rally was just held in front of the White House; this time, for the ease of immigration into the United States.

Liberals hoped it would be a flocking of thousands of illegal immigrants to support their cause, but the rally ended up falling short, as many other liberal protests have.

And the consequences of this rally are ironic at best.

As illegal immigrants rallied to get equal pay and citizenship rights, many lost their jobs due to their absence from work.

Fox News reports:

Dozens of workers said they lost their jobs after taking part in Thursday’s protest. The boycott was aimed squarely at President Trump’s efforts to step up deportations, build a wall at the Mexican border and close the nation’s doors to many travelers. It was unclear how many participated.

While dozens of businesses shut down for “A Day Without An Immigrant”, most simply carried on without their absent employees.

Fox News reports:

Twelve Latino employees from the I Don’t Care Bar and Grill in Tulsa, Okla. told Fox 23 News they were fired over text message because they didn’t show up for their shift and failed to let their employers know about their absence. The employees told the station they expected to be reprimanded, but not dismissed.

The firings led to an outcry in the community.

“If you have 12 people who feel strongly and want to make a stand, I think management should have taken a look at that and at least stood by them or give them some time,” Catherine Bishop, of Broken Arrow, told Fox 23 News.

The restaurant had already posted on Facebook seeking employees for its open positions.

Illegal immigrant students across the country also had their part in the rally, and were marked as being truants for skipping school.

Fox News reports:

Several students also participated in Thursday’s protest. There were no immediate estimates of how many students stayed home in many cities. Many student absences may not be excused, and some people who skipped work will lose a day’s pay or perhaps even their jobs. But organizers and participants argued the cause was worth it.

Marcela Ardaya-Vargas, who is from Bolivia and now lives in Falls Church, Virginia, pulled her son out of school to take him to a march in Washington.

“When he asked why he wasn’t going to school, I told him because today he was going to learn about immigration,” she said, adding: “Our job as citizens is to unite with our brothers and sisters.”

Overall, the day of liberal protesting had almost zero effect on the country, and many lost their jobs as a result.

Liberal protestors have a bad habit of only harming themselves.

Do you think the “Day Without An Immigrant” had any effect on your daily life?

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