Yes, China Actually Uses Forced Labor
Last month, President Joe Biden signed bipartisan legislation aimed at preventing the import of Chinese products to the United States that are made with “forced labor.”
Please stop and let that sink in.
First, this is an explicit acknowledgment by the federal government that China uses “forced labor.” Slavery is another way to say it.
Second, it establishes that if the products we do import from China are not manufactured by forced labor, then we can keep doing business as usual.
How it Affects Us:
I can’t believe I’m even answering this question.
Obviously, American workers should not have to compete in the global marketplace against factories that use forced labor. But what about competing against countries that use forced labor? So what if one factory in China isn’t using forced labor? The other one down the road just might be. This is sick.
What Kevin Will Do About It:
Nobody should be doing business with people in China who use forced labor or condone the use of slavery. In Congress, I will work to:
- Prohibit Chinese citizens or institutions that use or approve the use of forced labor from doing business with American companies or individuals.
- Oppose issuing student, work, or travel visas for Chinese citizens with direct ties to the Chinese Communist Party.
Kevin Dellicker, from Heidelberg Township, Lehigh County, is a Republican running for United States House of Representatives in Pennsylvania’s 7th District. He owns a technology company and is a 26-year veteran of the United States Armed Forces. To learn more about his campaign visit www.dellickerforcongress.com.
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