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On Tuesday (June 8th), the U.S. Senate passed the roughly $250 billion American Innovation And Competitiveness Act to win the race against the Chinese Communist Party by increasing investment in technology. Senate Majority Leader Schumer said the legislation will be one of the most significant cross-party achievements in recent U.S. Senate history, setting the stage for U.S. leadership in the century ahead.
President Biden applauded the bill’s passage in the Senate and promised that he would sign the legislation into law as soon as it passed the House. President Biden also said the United States must maintain its position as the most innovative and productive nation on Earth.
As previously predicted, the bill passed easily in the Senate, with 68 votes in favor and 32 against.
This bill targets the Chinese Communist State. The Chinese Communist Party has previously stolen and plagiarized U.S. technology by using evil methods such as the “Thousand Talents Program,” and “scholar exchanges.” The bill states that any U.S. researcher who has an interest in the Chinese Communist Party cannot receive funding from the U.S. government. It is a choice between taking money from the Chinese Communist Party or receiving funds from the U.S. government. This bill not only includes high-end science and technology research, but also basic research.
This is a complete decoupling of the U.S. from the Chinese Communist Party in the field of science and technology. In a statement issued Wednesday, the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National People’s Congress accused the U.S. Senate bill of “interfering in the internal affairs of the Communist Party of China under the banner of innovation and competition, in an attempt to contain the development of the Communist Party of China.” How is it that the United States is interfering in the internal affairs of the Chinese Communist Party when it regulates American scientists and supports its own scientific and technological innovation? Has the United States become a territory of the Chinese Communist Party?
Additionally, the primary goal of this bill is to support U.S. science and technology innovation through massive government funding in order to maintain America’s overwhelmingly dominant position in the field.
As the bill’s co-sponsor, Republican Sen. Young said, “This bill, at this moment, is not just about defeating the Chinese Communists; it’s about taking advantage of the challenges they present and improving ourselves by investing in innovation.” This is what makes democratic and free America great, the courage to face challenges and to innovate and to go beyond.
Make America great again; take down the CCP!
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