Folks, it’s terrifying to think that Kamala Harris is just one heartbeat away from the Presidency.
While President Trump put America First, the Biden regime is putting America last.
The greatest proof of this came from Kamala Harris herself.
Harris encouraged American businesses to “outsource” and send their jobs overseas.
Specifically, she encouraged them to send their business, manufacturing, and sourcing to Central America.
In a time when millions of Americans are out of work, you would think that the Biden regime would want jobs here in America.
But it appears that the regime is pushing for the opposite.
America Last, indeed.
More details below:
Kamala Harris encourages U.S. businesses to outsource investment from U.S. to Central America pic.twitter.com/xC9WawUzlY
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 29, 2021
Today we launched a Call to Action to the private sector to deepen investments in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, to address the root causes of migration. Thank you to the first 12 businesses and organizations that announced commitments. https://t.co/UqXGK2SwRE
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) May 27, 2021
— Sandy Welch (@Cult45Boomer) May 30, 2021
The worst part is that the Biden regime is proud of this.
They aren’t even attempting to hide their America Last policy.
Kamala’s push is now published on the official White House website:
In her role overseeing diplomatic efforts within El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras (the “Northern Triangle”), and with Mexico, Vice President Kamala Harris announced today a Call to Action for businesses and social enterprises to make new, significant commitments to help send a signal of hope to the people of the region and sustainably address the root causes of migration by promoting economic opportunity. As part of this Call to Action launch, 12 companies and organizations announced commitments to support inclusive economic development in the Northern Triangle, including: Accion, Bancolombia, Chobani, Davivienda, Duolingo, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Mastercard, Microsoft, Nespresso, Pro Mujer, the Tent Partnership for Refugees, and the World Economic Forum.
Our comprehensive strategy to address the root causes of migration will involve significant commitments of U.S. government resources to support the long-term development of the region—including efforts to foster economic opportunity, strengthen governance, combat corruption, and improve security. This approach will leverage commitments and resources from the governments in the Northern Triangle, as well as partnerships with multilateral development banks and international financial institutions.
Supporting the long-term development of the region, and in the Western Hemisphere more broadly, will require more than just the resources of the U.S. government. For this reason, Vice President Harris is calling on the private sector to draw on its unique resources and expertise to make commitments to support inclusive economic growth in the Northern Triangle. Together, we can work to overcome obstacles to investment, promote economic opportunity, and support long-term development in the region. The Administration looks forward to increased collaboration with private companies—U.S., foreign, and local in the Northern Triangle and Latin America more broadly—to build upon this Call to Action in the months and years to come.
This Call to Action is one component under the U.S. government’s comprehensive, long-term strategy to address barriers to investment and to promote economic opportunity in the Northern Triangle. Just as government action alone will not be enough to achieve meaningful outcomes, private sector commitments will be facilitated and supported by strong U.S. government initiatives to address longstanding impediments to investment-led growth. Under our broader strategy, near-term private sector commitments will be mutually reinforced by sustained U.S. government efforts to foster a business-enabling environment, increased private sector investment, and sustainable economic growth and opportunity. As part of the broader strategy, this Call to Action aims to generate new commitments from businesses and social enterprises in six focus areas with an emphasis on supporting vulnerable populations, including women and youth, in the Northern Triangle region.
Could this be why Americans don’t want to work?
Because they know that their government is actively working against them?
Under President Trump, we had the lowest unemployment rates ever recorded.
This includes the lowest unemployment rates for minorities as well.
But under the Biden regime, America is sending jobs overseas.
As President Trump would say…
Literally, the job of Demorats is to dismantle America. That's their goal.https://t.co/hVDvvjBJIE
— Bloviating Zeppelin (@BZep) June 1, 2021