Today I’ve written to @Tesla boss Elon Musk calling out his engagement in China’s genocide region and pushing him to do more to strengthen our national supply chain.

Jan 20, 2022 · 6:49 PM UTC

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I recently introduced legislation to stop the offshoring of American jobs and production overseas. Corporate leaders must act more responsibly in countering Chinese communist party crimes.
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Replying to @BillPascrell @Tesla
"Twitter for iPhone." Guess who else has operations in Xinjiang, Bill? I assume you wrote to Tim Cook as well?
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“accelerate the world's transition to sustainable energy” I’m missing the foreign policy part of that statement.
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Replying to @BillPascrell @Tesla
I hope you sent the letter to Tesla's marketing department.
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Replying to @BillPascrell @Tesla
Then why haven't you done the same with Ford, GM & Stellantis, ALL OF WHOM have dealerships in the region?
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Replying to @BillPascrell @Tesla
Don't forget our "for-profit" prison system, and the companies that use prisoners for cheap labor.
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Replying to @BillPascrell @Tesla
There is no genocide. This is a ploy to stall China’s economic growth. American cotton growers will benefit at the expense of the Uyghurs. The UN rejects this narrative as satellite images would show trucks delivering food and supplies for one million in camps!!!!!!
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Replying to @BillPascrell @Tesla
2 different level. A politician, who talk for political motif. Love sunction, people suffer... not helping. Elon business. He knows who he hired and he pay them well. Xinjiang , a place, with promising future. Good economy would help the Ighur out of poverty.
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