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May 13, 2020


Not to be a stick in the mud, but the phrase "to the detriment of American workers," needs one huge caveat.

The real detriment is NOT to the workers, but to the owners of the protected items.

MOST often in discussions at this level, we have left behind actual people and instead are talking about juristic persons.

It should be made abundantly clear that MANY juristic persons simply are not beholding to the US Sovereign, and (especially) large transnational juristic persons ACTIVELY leverage any and all transnational effects to the detriment of the US Sovereign (and actual workers - read that as real people) in the US Sovereign.

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