Call to Action: Tell Your Congressman – Vote NO on Pelosi’s China First Bill
- We are calling on our members to call the Capitol Switchboard – (202) 225-3121 and ask for their Congressional Representative, to urge them to Vote NO on H.R. 4521, the America Competes Act.
- This bill purports to posture America to better compete with China, but it would be better labeled, the America Surrenders to China Act for the following reasons:
1) Implements a China First Energy Policy
- The bill prioritizes “clean energy” with a $3 billion-dollar solar manufacturing program. Since the bill does not require for these dollars to be spent on American-made products, and because of China’s dominance in the solar supply chain – the money will be directly spent on Chinese solar products.
2) Allows Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials to buy United States immigration visas
- The bill will create a new visa program that will allow “investors” (Including CCP officers) to buy a visa by investing in start-ups. This pay-to-play scheme not only allows wealthy individuals to obtain a visa but also their family members, which will directly create mass chain migration.
- The bill will also hurt American workers in STEM fields by increasing the number of foreign doctoral students in American universities that can obtain a green card after graduation. This directly leads to decreased wages and higher unemployment for American university students.
3) Wastes American taxpayer dollars on the corrupt United Nations
- The bill gives $8 Billion of American taxpayer dollars to the United Nations’ “green climate” slush fund. This slush fund has previously given over $100 Million to the CCP and is widely known for mass corruption.
4) Ignores human rights abuses
- The bill explicitly ignores the ongoing genocide against the Uyghur people that the CCP is conducting with the tacit support of Big Business. We previously discussed this issue in detail here.
5) Promotes CRT
- The bill supplies $5 million to the National Science Foundation to create a “Chief Diversity Officer” and promote “diversity, equity and inclusion” in the technology sector.
More information on the bill can be found here.