Yes, I am saying that not one single documented migrant works in the fields as a laborer. Not sure why that’s racist. It’s just common sense. If you have paperwork, you go and get a job making better money. Many work in construction, restaraunts, factories, etc. I’m sure you know many Americans of Mexican descent if you live in Texas. The Tejano were there long before the white man. That changes nothing that I have said. But don’t listen to me. Go ask a produce farmer. A lot of them suffered total loss of their crops a few years back when the states in the Southeast passed all the anti-immigration laws. They rotted in the dirt because the migrants who normally would have picked them were afraid to go.