American Voices Needed in D.C.

H1Bs are the “boots on the ground” for the army of foreign workers and their employers who steal American jobs.   S386 legislation rewards the rich commanders in this war against America’s economic independence and sovereignty.

American data is akin to American crude oil – it is a precious commodity.  As the U.S. pursues energy independence through a swath of energy innovations and alternate energy production, our nation’s citizens and economy become less vulnerable to manipulation.  Foreign concerns are less able to influence domestic commerce, which in turn gives the United States the ability to operate from a position of strength and independence.

American data – unlike American crude oil – is allowed to flow freely across country lines.  No regulations or laws govern the movement of that data.  This is in part because the few U.S. billionaires who lead U.S. Big Tech are globalists.  Big Tech and Chamber of Commerce leaders recognize that they drive global markets. Their wealth equates to power.  They are the ones, along with foreign special interest, who are pushing for the passage of S386.

Without the free flow of data across country lines, however, U.S. jobs that are data related would not be so easily outsourced to foreign workers.  This month, American ADP workers were replaced by workers in India and  Sea World customer service agents lost their jobs to workers in Jamaica and Guatemala.  Both employers hired cheaper, foreign workers to reduce costs.  This savings is possible because data can be sent anywhere on the planet.   As with every outsourcing model, the result is a net gain to the global employment market place and a loss to the American job base.

H1B foreign workers employed in the U.S. enable the exportation of U.S. data to any country on the globe and further the exodus of U.S. based jobs to foreign labor pools.  The H1Bs here in the U.S. are the middlemen between cheap, foreign labor and the U.S. entities employing them.  Without foreign H1B workers employed here in the U.S. the outsourcing model would fail.

Over the past 30 years, Big Tech led the way in utilizing the H1B outsourcing onshore-off shore model rather than employ Americans.  Once Big Tech succeeded in outsourcing, every other U.S. industry followed in the adoption of an H1B outsourced on shore – off shore model.  As a result, the United States has lost Billions!  This “disruption” shifted domestic wealth and job creation to predominantly one country.  It is that one country that benefits from the passage of S386.

Foreign labor working in the U.S. as H1Bs, L1, H4EADs, and OPTs cost the U.S. trillions of dollars every year.   Millions of American workers in every profession have been hurt. This domestic job loss has cost the U.S. billions annually in lost social security and medicare contributions and burdens U.S. coffers with billions more in entitlement payments.

H1Bs, L1, H4EAD, and OPT foreign workers all facilitate the exportation of our nation’s data, our nation’s jobs, our nation’s wealth, and curtail our collective opportunity to innovate and succeed.

S386 seeks to reward the very countries and companies monopolizing the H1B system.  Rather than focus on the root cause of our broken immigration system, D.C. legislators and their lobbyists hope to pass S386.  The passage of S386 into law would reward wealthy foreign and corporate donors while victimizing tax paying, law abiding U.S. citizens.

The United States has no shortage of highly skilled Americans ready, willing, and able to work.

I want to see U.S. Big Tech continue to lead, our domestic economy continue to improve, and both our private and government sectors continue to thrive.  To that end, we must employ Americans FIRST and reform our current immigration system.

U.S. citizen college grads and senior citizens should be the LOUDEST voices in D.C. advocating to END OPT by supporting HR3564  –  it robs U.S. citizen college grads of jobs and senior citizens of Medicare and Social Security contributions.  Every U.S. citizen should know about S386 and contact Congress and the media to stop its passage.  Every American should advocate for data privacy and data localization to improve national security, reduce cyber threats, and mitigate the opportunity to offshore good paying U.S. jobs.

Here are America FIRST focused Senate offices you can contact, the White House phone line you can dial, and the only media HERO giving coverage to this awful legislation – Lou Dobbs. PLEASE share this post and video with your friends and relatives, and together we can make a difference!

White House Phone Number:  (202) 456-1111

Senate Offices:

Blackburn, Marsha – (R – TN)        (202) 224-3344

Contact: www.blackburn.senate.gov/contact_marsha

Blumenthal, Richard – (D – CT)     (202) 224-2823

Contact: www.blumenthal.senate.gov/contact/

Booker, Cory A. – (D – NJ)    (202) 224-3224

Contact: www.booker.senate.gov/?p=contact

Cruz, Ted – (R – TX)  (202) 224-5922

Gillibrand, Kirsten E. – (D – NY)    (202) 224-4451

Contact: www.gillibrand.senate.gov/contact/email-me

Hawley, Josh – (R – MO)  (202) 224-6154

Contact: www.hawley.senate.gov/contact-senator-hawley

Manchin, Joe, III – (D – W)       (202) 224-3954

Contact: www.manchin.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form

McConnell, Mitch – (R – KY)   (202) 224-2541

Contact: www.mcconnell.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=contact

Scott, Rick – (R – FL)   (202) 224-5274

Contact: www.rickscott.senate.gov/contact_rick

Scott, Tim – (R – SC)  (202) 224-6121

Contact: www.scott.senate.gov/contact/email-me

Warren, Elizabeth – (D – MA)    (202) 224-4543

Contact: www.warren.senate.gov/?p=email_senator



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