GOP Senators Push ‘BEAT CHINA’ Act to Protect American Economy

During the run-up to the 2016 election and the early days of the Trump Administration, Democrats and the media pushed the false narrative that America’s greatest threat was Russia. Nothing could be further from the truth. China’s economic and military strategies have been steadily eroding U.S. superiority.

Left-leaning media outlets refused to sound the alarm because liberal politicians were in bed with the Communists and fake news corporations were taking millions in hush money. Following the lead of President Donald Trump, Republican Senators have thrown down the gauntlet and submitted “Beat China” legislation. Yes, a red line has been drawn in the sand!

The Bring Entrepreneurial Advancements to Consumers Here In North America — BEAT CHINA — Act, was recently submitted by Republican Senators Ted Cruz, Kelly Loeffler, and Joni Ernst in an effort to “incentivize pharmaceutical and medical device and supply manufacturers to relocate to the United States.”

Texas Senator Ted Cruz has been a vocal leader of U.S. efforts to deter the Chinese Communist Party from regaining the economic high ground it secured during the Obama years. During the previous administration, China leapfrogged the U.S. to the number one world economy. President Trump and his “Dream Team” of economic advisors slapped them back down to number two by defeating the Asian power in a tariff war.

“Mouthpieces of the Chinese Communist Party have threatened to cut off U.S. access to life-saving pharmaceutical products,” Cruz reportedly stated. “Because so much of our medical supply and manufacturing has been outsourced to China, this is a credible threat that if they were to follow through on, would be not just economic warfare but real warfare, endangering American lives.”

Major media outlets were critical of the tariff war, often using scare tactics that the price of consumer goods would skyrocket, a recession would set in, and American jobs would not return. The exact opposite happened. The U.S. enjoyed unprecedented prosperity with record-low unemployment, manufacturing jobs growth, and record-high stock market measures, among others. Hard-working Americans are beginning to see the reasons why outlets such as the New York Times and Washington Post flooded the country with false propaganda. They took a payoff.

China Daily, a registered foreign lobby agent masked as an English-language newspaper, handed the Washington Post upwards of $4.6 million to run a pro-China insert. Recent reports indicate the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Des Moines Register, and many others, were taking Communist payoffs to run propaganda articles under the guise they were advertisements. Everyday people know that if you follow the money, you can get to the truth. Even now, these big media corporations are not backing the Beat China legislation.

The proposed legislation comes on the heels of Pres. Trump making a commitment that the U.S. will rise again as the world leader in producing medication and equipment.

“Today, I’m declaring a simple but vital national goal: The United States will be the world’s premier pharmacy, drugstore, and medical manufacturer. We’re bringing our medicines back and many other things too,” Trump reportedly said. “We must produce critical equipment, supplies, pharmaceuticals, technologies for ourselves. We cannot rely on foreign nations to take care of us, especially in times of difficulty.”

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