The report, which has the domestic drone community in an uproar, stated that up to 70% of lesser skilled drone missions are now completed by Mexican drones, many of whom fly into America illegally.
"It used to be that you could support your family with these jobs, but now employers are just swinging by the local Radio Shack at 6 am to pick up some illegals hanging outside the front of the building. And you know what really pisses me off? Most of these drones can't even speak binary code!" said an anonymous drone.
Economist Gerald Rothenberger pleas with American drones not to take out their frustration on migrant drones. "It's not their fault. Blame should be placed solely on the companies choosing to work with undocumented machines."
Although Rothenberger's comments are not what Americans want to hear, it's the truth. The migrant drones are simply looking for a better life for their anchor baby drones.
Sure, there's no glamour in delivering packages for Amazon, but one day, their spawn may grow up to join an elite crew responsible for dropping massive bombs on unsuspecting Middle Easterners. And after all, isn't that the American dream?