America Last Policies to Surrender US Businesses to the CCP


The Biden Regime is selling US businesses out to the EU and China by reversing Trump safeguards and allowing them to discriminate against US businesses and tax at will.

Reuters reports that U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai has dropped longstanding U.S. digital trade demands during World Trade Organization talks.

The U.S. is withdrawing proposals made in 2019 by the Trump administration, insisting that WTO e-commerce rules allow free cross-border data flows and prohibit national requirements for data localization and reviews of software source code.

The official said U.S. policy must consider regulatory objectives, “balancing the right to regulate in the public interest and the need to address anticompetitive behavior in the digital economy,” according to a transcript seen by Reuters.

Free flow surrenders to EU and CCP regulations. They don’t want US businesses to compete with them. If they do, they tax or fine them.

House Ways and Means Chairman Jason Smith (R-Mo.) said Tai’s withdrawal “surrenders the playing field to the Chinese Communist Party and abandons our closest trading partners.”

“USTR’s decision to abandon important, longstanding, and bipartisan U.S. digital trade priorities at the WTO runs contrary to American interests,” said Reps. LaHood and DelBene. “Instead of promoting policies that Congress set in the bipartisan U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement that protect against the forced transfer of American technology, enable the free flow of information across borders, and defend American industries, small businesses, and workers against discrimination, USTR has unilaterally decided to walk away from these important rules without the consent of Congress.

It helps the CCP.

This decision provides more leverage for other foreign powers, including the Chinese Communist Party, to write the rules of the global digital economy into the future. We strongly urge the Biden administration to reconsider its approach.”

Congress needs to fight this, but will they?

Always America Last

Grover Norquist notes that this is another ‘America Last’ policy we’ve seen in the “Digital Services Tax” and regulations such as the “Digital Services Act” [an anti-free speech act] and “Digital Markets Act.” They “are explicitly designed to fleece American companies while exempting their European counterparts,” Norquist said in an article for The DCNF.

DSA/DMA Concerns for US Businesses:

The EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said she is bringing European [socialist] values to the global digital world, [and she’s also looking to fleece US businesses and kill US creativity and innovation.]

“A 2022 study estimated that new DMA and DSA regulations would force American companies to pay between $22 and $50 billion in new compliance costs, borne by American households already suffering under high inflation,” Norquist noted.

Canada Can Fleece Us Too

As Norquist wrote, “In December, Justin Trudeau told the media that President Biden had no concerns with a new Canadian tax on mainly American streaming services. There was also no opposition from the Biden administration about Canadian content quotas harming American streaming companies.”

That’s confirmed in several publications. It goes along with their communistic idea of a “sharing economy.”

The Biden administration also welcomed the Paris-based OECD’s “Global Minimum Tax” regime, effectively ending tax competition and making it impossible for the U.S. to compete.

Remember when Barack Obama said America is not exceptional? He wanted the USA to be another cog in the wheel. His dream is reaching fulfillment through a befuddled dementia patient taking up space in the Oval Office.

Under this regime with whoever is in charge, anyone in the world can fleece the USA>

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