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Rubio, El American

Marco Rubio Warns China Using U.S. Corporations to Lobby in Washington D.C.

The Cuban-American senator stressed the need to form a “conservative movement” that is able to defend individual freedom, protect American culture and values, and promote capitalism.

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This Monday, November 1, during his speech at the National Conservatism Conference, Republican Senator Marco Rubio explained why he believes that “candidate Joe Biden” had a different agenda than the one he is now pursuing as president.

“Candidate Joe Biden promised to build the country back better, president Biden has staked his presidency (…) to build back socialist,” said Rubio.

The Latino-born senator argued that the political tactics employed by the Democratic administration have been used “for over centuries” by Marxist dictators to carry out their plans, and are now being used to “take over and destroy our country.”

“Children that are not even old enough to dress themselves are taught that the color of their skin automatically makes them either victims or oppressors,” Rubio said, adding that promises of “equity and justice” are often very popular “until people figure out what they really mean.”

Rubio believes the United States faces a “systemic effort” to “

“Children that are not even old enough to dress themselves are taught that the color of their skin automatically makes them either victims or oppressors,” Rubio said, adding that promises of “equity and justice” are often very popular “until people figure out what they really mean.”

Rubio believes that the United States faces a “systemic effort” to “dismantle our culture, our society, our traditions, our economy and our way of life.”

“We should stop using American retirement dollars to help fund China’s ambitions.”

Reviving corporate patriotism

“Tech companies have become enforcers, censoring news they don’t like and silencing those who dare to speak out,” said Rubio, who added that these companies take it upon themselves to “boycott” states that pass laws that are not “woke” enough.

The Cuban-American senator stressed the need to form a “conservative movement” that is capable of defending individual freedom, protecting American culture and values, and promoting capitalism: “What we need is a common good capitalism in which the markets are here to serve us.”

Rubio took direct aim at the Communist Party of China as an enemy that has managed to use America’s own corporations to lobby Washington for socialist policies that do not serve America’s interests.

“Today many of our most important corporations are run by people who do not consider themselves as citizens of Americans, they consider themselves as citizens of the world (…) and they feel no obligation to the United States or to our national interests,” Rubio said.

The senator continued: “Big Business is not our ally in our fight against socialism”, and stressed the importance of “reviving America’s corporate patriotism” of American companies. One of the steps to be taken, in his view, is to put the responsibility on the shoulders of those corporations.

“The burden should be on the company, to prove that is acting in the best interest of the shareholders,” Rubio felt. “We should require companies to disclose their investors and to be held to account; members of boards to be free of any conflict of interest.”

“Instead of disclosing how compliant they are with the radical left environmental agenda, let’s have companies tell the public how much they invest in hiring and training American workers,” the senator argued.

Rubio’s opinion on political division

Senator Rubio referred to the political division that the United States is going through and said that it is no longer an ideological issue between liberals and conservatives, but a conflict between “lunacy and common sense”.

“Not long ago our politics were divided between liberals and conservatives (…) not anymore, the dividing line in our politics now is between insanity and normal, between lunacy and common sense,” Rubio said.

“It is insanity to force the overwhelming majority of Americans to adopt changes to the English language or accept the disruption in our schools to accommodate for demands of a minuscule minority ,” he continued. “It is crazy that our children are being taught that their country’s history is something to be ashamed of.”

The Republican stressed that the real fight is not in taxes against millionaires but against “small, radical, but incredible powerful minority” fighting to dismantle the common sense that humanity has built for itself over the past 5,000 years.

Finally, Rubio pointed to socialism as “the economic model that countless people risk their lives and flee on makeshift rafts,” and said that, “despite our problems,” millions of people would come to the United States if they had the opportunity.

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