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Millions of Us Support Companies That Make Tons of Money off Slave Labor in China

    Have you ever wondered how many of those Snowflake liberals who have been attacking Confederate monuments own an iPhone? Or a pair of Nike's? Or drink Coca Cola products? More importantly, how many of those "activists" are concerned about current day slavery?

    There is a bill zooming its way through Congress that is designed to curtail the importation of Chinese goods made by slave labor. But none of the Snowflakes can be found who are trying to stop the efforts of American companies lobbying against the bill and offering amendments to water it down to meaninglessness.

    Here's the story from Tristan Justice writing in The Federalist:

    Major American corporations are flexing their Washington influence to fight legislation reeling towards the president's desk that curbs their ability to profit off Chinese slave labor.

    According to the New York Times on Sunday, Nike, Coca-Cola, and Apple have deployed their teams of lobbyists to push back on a bill prohibiting product imports manufactured in China using forced labor. The bill, Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, passed overwhelmingly in the House with bipartisan support 406-3, is expected to be signed by President Donald Trump or a President Biden next year if approved by the Senate.


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    Read the full article HERE on The Federalist.
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