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THIS Sleepy Joe Executive Order Is Definition of TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE!

The frightening thing about bosses sometimes is that they can do what they want and change what they want to happen on a dime at any given moment.

For example, there was a company that I worked for once where I had my iPhone on playing music and whatnot during my shift. I was the only one in the building and it was basically my job to walk around the inside of the building and make sure that certain things were in order.

If anyone needed to get in contact with me, they would call me, and the music would stop. This went on for years until all of a sudden the same boss decided that for some reason I couldn’t do what was a much easier setup by having the earpiece already in as opposed to taking it out of my pocket.

Joe Biden is trying to make things easier in his mind, but in reality, he is just going out of his way to make things more difficult.

Joe Biden plans to sign yet another executive order on January 25, adding to the concerns of many Americans that the Democrat plans to circumvent Congress to enact most of his policy proposals. According to officials within his administration, the planned executive order aims to increase government purchases from U.S. manufacturers.

Roughly 540,000 factory jobs have been lost in the United States since February of 2020 due to the recession caused by the COVID pandemic and Democrat lockdowns.

According to the anonymous officials, the order would use the $600 billion that the federal government spends on procurement to boost American factories and hiring. This seems to be just another instance of Democrats trying to use government spending to fix the economy, rather than removing stifling regulations and orders that have hurt the economy in the first place, which would allow the businesses to build themselves back up.

According to Fox 26 Houston, “Biden’s order would modify the rules for the Buy American program, making it harder for contractors to qualify for a waiver and sell foreign-made goods to federal agencies. It also changes rules so that more of a manufactured good’s components must originate from U.S. factories. American-made goods would also be protected by an increase in the government’s threshold and price preferences, the difference in price over which the government can buy a foreign product.”

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