Get Ready for Corporations to Start Exporting Jobs Again

President Joe Biden’s new secretary of the treasury, Janet Yellen, has promised to support the administration’s plan to raise taxes and embolden unions. These are key ingredients in the plan to send jobs overseas. On the surface, these sound like stock Democrat objectives. But the historic result of these types of regulatory changes always leads to the off-shoring of jobs.

The first reason for this is because the demands of workers spike dramatically when they are pressured to join unions. American workers have long been well-paid and enjoyed legal protections. To an extent, this is good for industry because it keeps the workforce strong and reliable. But with the addition of Union entitlements, the burden on companies becomes too great to bear. The second string in this bow is to raise the tax burden of corporations. It’s easy to see how the combined cost of both of these changes will be too great for American companies to bear.

But what you won’t be told is that companies can avoid the Union problem by hiring abroad, and they can avoid the tax problem by moving their manufacturing facilities out of the country.

It a simple recipe for undermining the American workforce. It has been used many times with the predictable result of destitution for American workers and families. It is weaponized economics. The question is, for whose ultimate benefit is this being done? If we could answer that question, we would discover our nation’s most bitter enemies.

In all the hype surrounding Donald Trump’s personality and speech patterns, it’s easy to lose track of the real reason Americans voted him into office in 2016. It wasn’t so much because of his refusal to bow to “woke” name-calling as it was about jobs. Trump’s voting support base was made largely of people whose jobs had been sent overseas.

Thanks to a coalition of lawmakers, the Clinton and Obama administrations, and major international business interests, American manufacturing jobs were moved offshore where cheaper labor is available. But it wasn’t just about companies looking for cheaper labor. Companies were being taxed unfairly for the privilege of keeping their American workforce.

So it wasn’t only about businesses looking to expand profits, it was about the federal government cutting the American manufacturing worker out of the deal. Why so-called American lawmakers would strive to make this possible is hard to imagine. But you can be certain that they had their reasons.

With the Trump administration came a resurgence of manufacturing jobs for workers in the middle of the country and the south. These parts of the country became rife with poverty, drug addiction, suicide, and crime, all because our misbegotten leaders sold them out. This is why Trump supporters love him, because he brought their jobs back. Now, the job exporters have Trump out of their way, and they are preparing to do it all over again.


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6 thoughts on “Get Ready for Corporations to Start Exporting Jobs Again”

  1. When you don’t have work, you have welfare (or death). When you have welfare you have dependancy. Dependancy leads to alligence to the provider (the government). The government was (and is) the “Swamp”, Socialism/Communism. Communism is not dead they just changed the name to protect the guilty. So welfare recipients become slaves. Slaves were owned by plantation owners, but our laws changed that. You might think that workers would become the slaves of corporations – but you are free to find a different job, free to start your own business, free to the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness. Otherwise the road leads to the enslavement of it’s people, You might think that you can vote yourself more and more welfare, but ultimately that will not work, and you will be a slave or dead, Only Hillary and her friends will survive.

    1. Reply to C D Sergeant / 6-11-21 – 12:41 pm

      Your remarks, each and every one, are Very Spot On!
      May I add that in addition to your opening conditions leading to Government dependency … The Government does NOT manufacture anything or contribute to the Gross National Product statistics in any way.

      Growing government larger and fostering dependency also leads to an erosion of America’s working class.

  2. We have been sending manufacturing and jobs overseas and out of country to Mexico for well over 30 years. Remember Holly Carb? The unions were breaking that company financially. So they moved to Mexico,
    Holly was an innovator in carbs systems back then. The union workers did not do the job they were hired to do , did half slip shod work when they did something and when told the company was moving claimed they could not due to the union wouldn’t allow it.. Surprise,Surprise. Holly carb is no longer in Paris Tn but Mexico. I hauled the ovens there. Another reason not to be union. Keep your job by doing your job. If you need a union to keep your job your worthless to start with.

  3. Unions have now become what they were started to protect against. Unscrupulous employers abused employees. Now unscrupulous unions tell workers what their rights are and when they must strike charging employees for the privilege of having a job. As for Joe’s taxes this will lead to more companies moving out of the states. Remember when Obama said the jobs are gone and they are not coming back? Trump brought jobs back and now this progress must be reversed to satisfy the democrats.

  4. I find it difficult to believe that an extra $300.00 weekly until September is good enough to walk away from the US economy permanently, because September is never coming and you are the fuel that flames the manufacturing jobs overseas! Remember, most manufacturing jobs had pensions plans!
    Good luck Conrad’s!

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