Kamala Harris Encourages American Businesses To Outsource Investments To… Central America (VIDEO)

This week, Kamala Harris met with business leaders and encouraged them to invest resources outside the United States, and in Central America.

The Biden administration is openly putting outside interests ahead of our own.

This is what America last looks like.

NBC News reported:

Participants include corporate giants such as Mastercard and Microsoft as well as Pro Mujer, a nonprofit that focuses on providing aid to low-income women in Latin America, along with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the World Economic Forum.

Leaders in the effort planned to Harris virtually and in person at an event later Thursday at her ceremonial office. The vice president was expected to issue a “call to action” for businesses and nonprofits to make new commitments to promote economic opportunity in Central America. The aim is to focus aid on supporting vulnerable populations such as women and young people, and to invest in internet access, job-training programs and efforts to combat food shortages.

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It’s part of Harris’ role in dealing with the root causes of migration to the United States, a task she was given by President Joe Biden in March. Harris has had multiple calls with the presidents of Guatemala and Mexico, and held meetings with interest groups, policy experts and companies from the region.

Watch the video below:

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This is unreal.

How does any of this help the United States?


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