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Buried In Build Back Better Plan: Tailored For Big Tech, Crushes Working Class

Incentives for those who colluded to install the Biden Regime. Imagine that.

There are numerous reasons President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” plan is drawing so much controversy when it comes to being passed. From the moment it was announced, Republicans spent hours combing through each page, revealing that the plan granted citizenship to illegal migrants, sent the national debt through the roof, and granted the IRS access to American’s bank accounts come tax time. But even as the hits keep coming, the Democrats continue to push the agenda, hoping Americans will blindly back it. And while many of the points mentioned above are grounds for burying the plan, Senator Bill Hagerty found that the Build Back Better plan also includes huge incentives for Big Tech companies that erase the working class. 

Hoping to spread the word, Senator Hagerty wrote a letter to Democrat Bernie Sanders wanting to know why the plan included massive incentives for tech companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google to hire much cheaper foreign labor over a strong American workforce. In the letter, Hagerty writes, “Facebook (market capitalization of roughly $960 billion) reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice stemming from Facebook’s invidious discrimination against hiring American workers. And yet here we are with a bill that includes the foreign labor provisions that Mark Zuckerberg’s lobbying arm, FWD.us, has aggressively pushed Congress to enact.” 

Hagerty didn’t stop there as he added, “I can think of nothing more dispiriting than telling an entire generation of young Americans some of America’s best jobs aren’t available because Big Tech secured a corporate carve-out for unlimited foreign labor in the reconciliation bill.”

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The bombshell that the Build Back Better agenda would include incentives for big tech companies comes after those same companies have been working along with the liberal media for some time. In just the recent months, Big Tech has silenced any person who speaks against the COVID-19 vaccine, and they even banned a “Let’s Go Brandon” song, claiming it was a form of “bullying.” 

But even with the government overreach and big tech censorship, what Senator Hagerty exposed is a direct threat to not just Americans but their entire way of life. Without jobs, many Americans would have to rely on the government to make ends meet.

This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on October 26, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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