Peter Schweizer Explains How China Purchased U.S. Congress as a Trade Strategy…

A timely book by Peter Schweizer, “Secret Empires”, explains how Chinese companies purchased U.S. politicians to gain trade advantages.   When you understand this process, you better understand why those same politicians today are against the Trump trade policy that is antithetical to their purchased interests.


Reminder: U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue is warning President Trump not to take any trade action against China or he will unleash his purchased control agents within congress and financial media to destroy his presidency.

Allow me to re-emphasize:

All opposition to President Trump stems from the underlying financial and economic policy. All opposition is about money!

When you ask the “why” question five times you end up discovering the financial motive for all opposition. It doesn’t matter who the group is; the opposition is ultimately about money. There are trillions at stake.

Donohue takes-in hundreds of millions in payments from multinational corporations who hold a vested interest in keeping the U.S. manufacturing economy subservient to China. The U.S. CoC then turns those corporate funds into lobbyist payments to DC politicians for legislative action that benefits their Chinese trade deals. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the #1 lobbyist in DC; there are trillions at stake.

Wall Street’s famous CONservative mouthpieces then take their cues from Donohue and decry any Trump trade policy that might impact their multinational benefactors.  They hide behind catch phrases like “free trade”, or “free markets”.  However, what they are really hiding is the truth, there is no free market – it is a controlled market.  It’s a circle of trade and economic propaganda driven by the most well known guests that appear on Fox News. Ben Shapiro is one such example; there are hundreds more.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The head of the most influential U.S. business lobbying group warned the Trump administration that unilateral tariffs on Chinese goods could lead to a destructive trade war that will hurt American consumers and U.S. economic growth.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donohue said in a statement on Thursday that such tariffs, associated with a probe of China’s intellectual property practices, would be “damaging taxes on American consumers.”

His comments came after White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said that Trump would in coming weeks get options to address China’s “theft and forced transfer” of American intellectual property as part of the investigation under Section 301 of the U.S. Trade Act of 1974.

Reuters reported on Tuesday that Trump was considering tariffs on up to $60 billion worth of Chinese information technology, telecommunications and consumer products, along with U.S. investment restrictions for Chinese companies.

Donohue said the Trump administration was right to focus on the negative economic impact of China’s industrial policies and unfair trade practices, but said tariffs were the wrong approach to dealing with these.

“Tariffs of $30 billion a year would wipe out over a third of the savings American families received from the doubling of the standard deduction in tax reform,” Donohue said. “If the tariffs reach $60 billion, which has been rumored, the impact would be even more devastating.”

He urged the administration not to proceed with such a plan.

“Tariffs could lead to a destructive trade war with serious consequences for U.S. economic growth and job creation,” hurting consumers, businesses, farmers and ranchers.

In Beijing, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said Donohue’s comments were correct, adding that recently more and more American intellectuals had made their rational voices heard. (read more)

Everyone admits the past 40+ years of U.S. trade deals have resulted in the massive export of U.S. wealth via jobs and manufacturing gains within other nations.  The financial beneficiaries of those prior trade positions were: Wall Street, multinational corporations and multinational banks.

The losers of all prior trade priorities was the U.S. middle-class.  This point is inarguable, just look around.  Stop the nonsense and quit listening to those who control the markets.

So ask yourself, friends and family this very important question:

If prior U.S. trade policies resulted in the export and redistribution of U.S. wealth… What happens when you reverse the process?

In the answer to that question you discover the opposition to U.S. President Trump.

When Main Street economic principles are applied Wall Street will initially lose. There’s no way for this not to happen. Most of Wall Street is built on the Multinational platform of economic globalism. Weaken the grip of the multinational corporations and financial interests on the U.S. economy and Wall Street will drop… this is not difficult to predict. This is also necessary.


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292 Responses to Peter Schweizer Explains How China Purchased U.S. Congress as a Trade Strategy…

  1. millwright says:

    I’m somewhat surprised at the numbers ! The Chinese have a well-deserved reputation for being thrifty ! I’m sure they could have ‘bought ‘ Congress for a modest amount of peanuts and hay , with some fortune cookies thrown in as gratis !

    Liked by 8 people

    • tdaly14 says:

      What makes us sick, is they sold out our country to the Communists to get rich! We knew, it was happening, just didn’t know how.

      Liked by 14 people

      • Karl says:

        How did Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Maxine Waters, etc. etc. become multi-millionaires on government salaries?

        Liked by 9 people

        • Realist says:

          Americas Politicians ,of BOTH Parties, are the most CORRUPT CRIMINAL money grabbing scoundrels on the planet. How else do so many MEDIOCRE people who enter Politics with little or no wealth whatsoever after a few years on relatively modest Political salaries become MULTI MILLIONAIRES?

          Liked by 11 people

        • dagnyshrug says:

          Karl, that was my first thought. When Trump threatened to drain the swamp he meant it. This is a great way to put the breaks on some lobbyists without direct legislation to address them, which would be problematic. What we can do is better monitor these swamp critters’ bank accounts. That legislation is already in place. It needs to be enforced.

          Liked by 3 people

          • dagnyshrug says:

            *Brakes, (but either one is fine with me)!

            Liked by 2 people

          • ItsJo says:

            According to the New Book: “SECRET EMPIRES” by Peter Schweizer-these Criminal Politicos, who sell OUT America to get rich, hide their money Offshore, with their family and friends. It’s NO WONDER they Hate Trump, as HE is NOT a Career Politico like them, and they KNEW he would EXPOSE their greed and criminal activity.

            and we Need an AGGRESSIVE A.G. to go after these criminals…if Sessions is NOT up to the job….then get RID of him, and replace him w/someone who WILL CHARGE THEM.

            Liked by 1 person

            • bluezebraangel says:

              I just watched several videos on Biden’s child molestation. They made me physically ill. The only thing he should be on the cover of is “Child Molersters Weekly. Watch the videos and see some of the mothers turn away to avoid seeing it and one even walking away as her daughter cringes with his hands all over her. He even put his hand on the one child’ breast. What kind of country stands for that? What kind of parent stands for that?

              Liked by 1 person

            • dagnyshrug says:

              Trump is doing a good job of shaking up the swamp, despite the headwinds and the questionable motives of some of his appointees–primarily Sessions and Wray, who we need the most right now but refuse to perform. If dems get Congress in November most of this swamp draining will stop. Anyone who thinks dems don’t have a good shot at this is fooling themselves, especially if Trump doesn’t veto the Omnibus bill


        • bluezebraangel says:

          I always figured that we were at war, destroying cities everywhere, the big wigs have financial interests in a manufacturing selling the military their equipment, and then with the contractors rebuilding the cities. Gee, they are now getting a bundle funded for the military. I wonder who will benefit directly? All the while a fleet of unflyable taxpayer funded new planes rots in the Afghan dessert because they weren’t equipped to fly in sand environments.


        • Grandpa says:

          Non-profit foundations. Tax deductible way to pass kick-back money to the politician, their family member or “partner”. Nothing but crickets from IRS or “congressional ethics”.

          Liked by 1 person

      • Steve in MO. says:

        The money to China from America goes to the Chinese Communist party which is frantically spending money on upgrading their military technology to achieve parity if not superiority to the US. The also are making a highest priority development of artificial intelligence to achieve superiority over US based systems. If they are able to do so, then their superiority militarily and technologically would rapidly accelerate.
        They have a strategy, while the US congress dives for the money.
        Trump might have a chance to make some noise, but I think the congress, inclusive of Democrats and Republicans will do all in their power to drown him out and continue to count their money.
        If China succeeds, they will indeed show the superiority of Communism to the freedoms to which western societies have become accustomed, although jobs and subsequent disappearance of the American middle class can’t be far behind.

        Liked by 6 people

      • ItsJo says:

        It’s NO WONDER Congress Never gets anything done…they are too busy, amassing their OWN personal fortunes, and hiding it in offshore accounts under their family and friends’ names. Lobbyists should be the first to be charged with corruption and interfering with American Citizens, along with ALL those IN Congress who vote to KEEP China’s money flowing into their accounts. This goes Way back folks, and the book recently written by Peter Schweizer, exposes these Congress Criminals, in:

        “SECRET EMPIRES” shows Obama, Biden, McConnell, Kerry on the cover. Of course we KNOW Hillary was on the take, along with Bill, with their “Fake Charity”….This is not just Millions, it’s BILLIONS they are taking in. An Aggressive A.G. is Needed to file charges and IF Sessions isn’t UP TO THE JOB-Trump needs to REPLACE HIM NOW. Americans deserve More than these Money hungry Liars running our Republic…in Obama’s case…INTO THE GROUND!

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      • Likewise, what should make the Chinese people sick is the realization that the Communist Mandarins sold THEM out to get rich.

        And all these elite globalists have amassed fabulous wealth unconscionably over the dead bodies of more than 10,000 courageous Chinese youth who braved troops and tanks in Tiannamen Square in their nascent stand for liberty and justice.

        On the night of 3-4 June, 1989, APCs [armoured personnel carriers] from the Chinese 27 Army “opened fire on the crowd before running over them at 40 miles per hour … Remains (were) incinerated and then hosed down drains.”

        The day after the massacre, then-British ambassador to China Sir Alan Donald, submitted a classified after-action report, which was secretly filed in the UK National Archives, only to be found in December 2017 by news website HK01.

        Sir Alan added: “Students understood they were given one hour to leave square, but after five minutes APCs attacked. Students linked arms but were mown down. APCs then ran over the bodies time and time again to make, quote ‘pie’ unquote, and remains (were) collected by bulldozer.

        “27 Army ordered to spare no one,” he wrote. “Wounded girl students begged for their lives but were bayoneted … A three-year-old girl was injured, but her mother was shot as she went to her aid, as were six others.”

        The cable also alleges that the massacre continued even after the first wave of killings. Sir Alan wrote: “1,000 survivors were told they could escape but were then mown down by specially prepared MG [machine gun] positions.

        “Army ambulances who attempted to give aid were shot up, as was a Sino-Japanese hospital ambulance. With medical crew dead, a wounded driver attempted to ram attackers but was blown to pieces by anti-tank weapon.”

        In 2014 a confidential US government file revealed that the Communist regime’s own internal assessment believed 10,454 people were killed – a figure that would fit Sir Alan’s initial estimate. — from “At least 10,000 people died in Tiananmen Square massacre, secret British cable from the time alleged” The Independent (UK) 12/23/17


      • sat0422 says:

        Therefore, I guess we can see why no one was watching or asking questions when the Clintoooons sold uranimum and political acess under their noses. No wonder she isn’t shutting up. The witch plans to return somehow, someway.


  2. TMonroe says:

    I remember in my youth being alarmed at how both sides of the aisle seemed fine with doing deals with China. By the time of the sales of defense tech, I knew the fix was in.

    Liked by 7 people

  3. Streak 264 says:

    Looks like you can make 5 mil. just getting elected.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Rynn69 says:

    I find it amazing that the real threats to our country, for the most part, stay in a somewhat safe cocoon of anonymity. This must change. Names and corporations directly responsible for selling out America must be exhaustively exposed to the public and held accountable. No more hiding behind PACs and the CoC.

    Liked by 5 people

  5. G. Combs says:

    Notice how Congress and the Media Attacks President Trump but never went after Clinton despite his well documented TREASON?

    “[…]Bill Clinton took contributions he knew came from China….

    In return for campaign contributions, the President shifted regulation of technology exports from the State Department to the free-wheeling Commerce department. The administration also relaxed export controls and allowed corporations to decide if their technology transfers were legal or not. When easing restrictions wasn’t enough, Clinton signed waivers that simply circumvented the law. The President’s waivers allowed the export of machine tools, defense electronics, and even a communications system for the Chinese Air Force.

    Bernard Schwartz and Michael Armstrong, the CEOs of Loral and Hughes, each donated over one million dollars to Clinton’s re-election campaign. These companies had an interest in seeing China develop reliable missiles to loft their satellites into orbit. Clinton arranged direct talks between Bernard Schwartz and a Chinese general to improve China’s rocket technology. Michael Armstrong was made head of the Export Advisory Council. Both companies were allowed to upgrade the launching and guidance of China’s missiles.

    Clinton even involved the Department of Energy, caretaker of our nuclear weapons, in his fundraising schemes. In 1994 and ’95 then Energy Secretary Hazel O’Leary accompanied Johnny Chung, John Huang, Charlie Trie, and Bernard Schwartz on trade missions to China. Shortly afterward the DOE relaxed security at US weapons labs. Wen Ho Lee, an ethnic Chinese physicist assigned to Los Alamos, illegally transferred data on nuclear warheads to his private computer files[….]”

    I really really want to see some traitorous heads on pikes decorating the National Mall. Perhaps then Congress will remember WHO they are supposed to represent.

    Liked by 8 people

    • lokiscout says:

      I can attest to how both Loral and Hughes helped the Chinese succeed in launch vehicle design and control. They were two of my competitors at the time. It was amazing how the Long March launch vehicle went from stall crash and burn to flawless perfection in one launch. Hughes was the main culprit.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        I wonder how the Chinese are making out with those 5 axis milling machines WJC let them buy. The same ones needed to produce the quiet propellers on our nuclear submarines.

        There is a lot of action in the book of Revelation. It all takes place in the middle east and we are not part of it. With the judgments on the WHOLE earth, I figure we either get taken out by China at that time, or that super volcano under Yellowstone makes us irrelevant. Either way, we will not be around to see it.

        1Thessalonians 4:14 For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.
        15 For this we say unto you by the word of the Lord, that we which are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord shall not prevent them which are asleep.
        16 For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first:
        17 Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.
        18 Wherefore comfort one another with these words.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Skinner says:

      “illegally transferred data on nuclear warheads to his private computer files…” Hillary’s server comes to mind – email and document exchange for pay for play.


    • clive hoskin says:

      I do believe you will have to do it yourselves.There aren’t enough”Honest”politicians left to do it for you.We have the same problem here in Australia.
      The fact that”Little Johnny Howard”(Australias then prime minister)conned us into giving up our fire-arms(for our own safety),should be a lesson to everyone here.It turns out our so called”Conservative”was in fact a”Globalist”following his orders from the UN(as per agenda 21,now agenda 2030)But now they are finding out that along with the 1.3 million gun licenses that have been given out,there is between 500,000 and 1,000,000 or more that they don’t have records of.So no,it didn’t work like they thought it would.
      DO NOT GIVE UP 2A.


  6. Y/O, says:

    March Madness. My favorite time, often had several games on simulcast. This year, haven’t watched one basketball game. I’m all in-tuned on this new March Madness tournament. Tipped-off late Friday nite. It’s wednesday,Game channels’ 4:00am drop was a disaster this morning, the media has to make it’s play. Panic! .

    Liked by 1 person

  7. missilemom says:

    Donald J. Trump

    Verified account

    16m16 minutes ago
    Democrats refused to take care of DACA. Would have been so easy, but they just didn’t care. I had to fight for Military and start of Wall.
    3,864 replies 2,206 retweets 8,409 likes
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    Donald J. Trump

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    21m21 minutes ago
    Got $1.6 Billion to start Wall on Southern Border, rest will be forthcoming. Most importantly, got $700 Billion to rebuild our Military, $716 Billion next year…most ever. Had to waste money on Dem giveaways in order to take care of military pay increase and new equipment.

    Liked by 2 people

    • soozword says:

      Sorry, Mr. President, but I feel shafted by this Dem deal. Our military is critical in protecting other nations’ borders but we get this pittance for our own. Why are Americans always the ones shafted and holding the bill? Thought this was going to be different under your administration?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Realist says:

        Because like it or not the GOP has not got the numbers to FORCE legislation through against the CONSTANT DemoncRAT opposition. Trump lives in REALVILLE.

        Liked by 2 people

        • soozword says:

          In other words then, MAGA is essentially dead…realistic enough for you Realist?


        • Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

          I need to point out it’s actually the Repubs. The 60 vote thing is a convenient lie for (R) crooks to hide behind. If McTurtle & the rest were of one mind, they could change the Senate rules, and change the “fake fillibuster” rule.
          Make the Demons do an actual fillibuster, then vote anyway when it ends.
          They won’t, because the leadership and the rest of the t(R)aitors like McStain don’t want to.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Yeah, everyone knows the filibuster rule is a cop-out. They don’t actually force the Dems suffer through actual filibusters and wear them out to get a cloture vote. They give up ahead of time like they always do, the cowards and sell-outs that they are.

            Liked by 1 person

      • Y/O, says:

        What deal sooz? President Trump is sitting back, waiting for congress to get among themselves and come up with something, you know, a BILL. and he will sign it. (Our President honors, no, defends, the Constitution). Every time our President asked the 2nd branch to come up with a bill Congress didn’t. Do you really think, go look at Chuck’s smile coming out of the hall, Congress will, for the very first time, get together and deliver a signed bill to our President to sign (or veto)? .


        • soozword says:

          I know he hasn’t signed anything yet and certainly hope he vetoes the monstrosity if it gets to his desk.

          Think I should take a break from CTH because it seems like MAGA is dying a slow death from constant panoramic obstruction. All this supposed 44D chess drama over strategy and tactics is getting wearisome. Wake me up when we have a solid win with the DOJ/FBI, NAFTA, wall, sanctuary cities, election fraud, etc.


          • sat0422 says:

            Do you think that one man can change congress? Think about your suggestion to go to sleep. That’s the problem. Americans go about their business and the cockroaches in D.C. go about their business.
            The only man in this world to even wake us up and shed light on the madness that is going on in DC is DJT. Don’t blame him because he is doing all he can as one person.
            We need term limits now. We need the CoC to go bust and that Donohoe person needs a new job.


            • soozword says:

              While I’m expressing my hope he does not sign this garbage, I’m not blaming him for the circumstances of his predicament. Even with this absolutely magnificent man in the WH, I am beginning to doubt how much more he can accomplish given all the powers arrayed against him. But he continually surprises me so my head says don’t jump to conclusions, but my heart says it’s looking hopeless.


            • clive hoskin says:

              100% correct.President Trump can’t do it on his own!!!


  8. JoD says:

    A couple of things to keep in mind…..
    Reading excerpts from Peter’s book, just reinforces what most of us already know.
    We’re probably lookin’ at about 100 years of corruption, here.
    President Trump is ONE man. ONE man who volunteered to TRY and fix it.
    He faces the pressures of every force imaginable and he is STILL moving forward.
    He could never let me down, because he has already done the one thing that I hoped and prayed for……TRY.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Lucille says:

    So many Treepers in this thread have great comments and ideas. Please remember to send them to President Trump. That’s what he’s asked us to do. And if you’re praying for him, tell him that, too. He appreciates it.

    Also, check the box to have 1600 Daily, West Wing Reads and other communications from The White House sent to your email each day.

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  10. Dabigragu says:

    In the end we find they (we) are our own worst enemy. No wonder they have to constantly create the boogeyman-of-the-month club. It keeps the masses distracted, while they rob us blind. They seem aware of what the punishment for treason is:
    “If they knew what we were doing they would take us to the closest street lamp and hang us.”
    -G.W. Bush
    “If that f – – – ing bastard wins, we all hang from nooses!” -H.R. Clinton


  11. John Wayne says:

    If you have ever been to China the amount of wealth created in 20 years for that country is extraordinary. One look at thier modern military should be enough to be worried. But don’t worry the next war is not fought by all the politicians and lobyests kids it’s the working class families who sacrafice for the greater good of keeping the wealthy even wealthier.


  12. Chris Four says:

    In China corruption is sop. “Tea money” is the euphemism used to describe money paid as a bribe. Apparently inflation has elevated the amount to stratospheric levels. I think a purge of our elites is needed. We can’t trust any candidate for public office since their end goal is self enrichment and our enslavement.


    • Chad C. Mulligan says:

      Corruption thrives under tyrannies. Indeed, under tyrannies it’s the only way anything gets done at all. Now consider: In 4000 years, China has NEVER HAD any form of government other than tyranny. They are so far ahead of us in the practice of corruption that we can’t even see their tail-lights. But they are generous. They are teaching our Ruling Class how it works. So kind of them.

      Liked by 1 person

  13. Andy says:

    China is what it is today because of the Chamber of Commerce. The CoC has built China’s military. They did it by stabbing the American worker in the back. The trade war started 40 years ago, and it’s being waged on us. Time to fight back. Thank you President Trump.


  14. redline says:

    I realized long ago that a third of every dollar the government took in, unaccountably disappeared.

    That said, suppose the tariffs were written such that 65% of the foreign proceeds were committed to funding the particular infrastructure renewals most beneficial the domestic industry, and to reducing the taxes, fees, and other government-imposed expenses that choke the life from American small business in the raw material and manufacturing sectors?

    Wouldn’t levying ten billion in import tariffs be less burdensome, if six and a half billion of it was applied to support those businesses seeing an immediate negative impact?


  15. JmkNY says:

    What is alarming is not just the tech and IP etc that politicians on both sides of the aisle sold to the Chinese -they have also “sold” citizenship and access to internal systems. I live in the DC area and I meet SO many Chinese nationals who are employed by the Federal government. Not folks who are second or third generation. I’m talking off the boat green card or recently naturalized. They’re not from Taiwan they are from mainland China. As a communist country they don’t let just anyone leave. These people have sources of money they are not reporting- a ton of shady things and NO ONE seems to think this is a problem? I just don’t get it.

    Citizens get screwed and politicians can’t wait to give stuff to people with no allegiance to the US.

    Dreaming of the day I can go to Costco and here English spoken by the shoppers.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. USMCLt says:

    So, the Chamber of Commerce is exposed as a criminal money laundering Enterprise. Shut it down!!!


  17. tdaly14 says:

    It’s way worse than trade. They helped the Chinese build up their military and ship building. Mitch McConnell, Biden and Kerry have sold out our country to the Commnnists.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Kent says:

    The simplest answer to your NAFTA question is likely the right one. The current President is a globalist.


  19. SharkFL says:

    I just want to see the sold-out congressional traitors in GITMO orange.


  20. Richard says:

    Americans were coming to realize that free trade was gutting the nation’s manufacturing base and open borders meant losing the country in which they grew up. And on this earth there is no greater loss.
    In other words, consumers got a nickel of savings while corporations banked a dollar of pure profit as sticker prices barely budged while input costs plummeted. Corporations pocketed the difference, not consumers.


  21. Elizabeth Carter says:

    Please watch this interview from Sunday 3-18-18


    He is a former Marine Captain, Vietnam veteran and was FBI Assistant Director who worked 27 years for the FBI until 1998
    I hope President Trump makes him FBI Director soon.


  22. MAGAnomics P.H.D. says:

    When we treat these people as HOSTLE actors working against the sovereignty of the United States. Granted spying on the U.S. is bad, but LITERALLY and KNOWINGLY selling our technology and exporting our jobs and wealth to foreign threats has to constitute treason.


  23. chiefworm says:

    My take on this is that our VSG President Trump will allow this to play out for a while to draw out those that are bought and paid for by the CofC, thus allowing a legitimate forensic evaluation of their finances that will lead to many more indictments and an honest CRUSHING of Donahue.


  24. dobbsfan says:

    Our POTUS has got to stop this BS in it’s tracks. Start by telling Congress to shove this Omnibus Bill up their @$$e$.


  25. Mujhunter says:

    Sadly, no mention of the Criminal Conviction (first one ever against a Chinese company) this past January of Sinovel for stealing IP from American Superconductor (AMSC) to the tune of $800 million. Cost the company 700 jobs.. and destroyed their market capitalization..


  26. Mickturn says:

    So the ground truth is the Deep State coupled with the Chamber, Lobbyists and other thieves are getting kickbacks and screwing America for their own benefit and they don’t want that to stop.

    Well Thieves, take a hike, you’re DONE Here!


  27. Mike diamond says:

    Wonder how many new houses and new Buicks the Chinese bought members of congress in the past!!!???????to keep the unfair trade going?


  28. Mike diamond says:

    President Trump is doing a great job!!!


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