The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), which has been proposed as a replacement for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), has many terrible similarities to a trade deal that the Obama administration negotiated with eleven other Pacific Rim nations: the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). As one of his first acts in office in January 2017, President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the TPP.
The New American writer Christian Gomez has been covering the USMCA extensively and has been reporting on the dangers of it:
A side-by-side comparison of the USMCA and the TPP shows extensive overlap. Virtually all of the problems inherent in the TPP are likewise contained in the USMCA, such as the erosion of national sovereignty, submission to a new global governance authority, the unrestricted movement of foreign nationals, workers’ rights to collective bargaining, and regional measures to combat climate change.
Red flags should also be raised by the number of globalists who are praising this USMCA deal. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, who is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), previously applauded the TPP agreement and has admitted that the USMCA is “built on” many aspects of the TPP. Plus, Jared Kushner, another negotiator of the USMCA, has had business interactions with Deep State operatives: George Soros and Goldman Sachs. And CFR president, Richard Haass has stated he hopes the USMCA becomes a precedent for the TPP.
With the entire USMCA deep-rooted in plans to tie the U.S., Mexico, and Canada together economically and then politically, we must exit the deal. The USMCA is primarily a name change that camouflages the old NAFTA, allowing globalists to connect the world under a global government run by the world’s wealthiest, most influential people, and stripping those on the bottom of their personal rights and liberties. Little by little with “trade deals and agreements” regional governments such as the European Union and the North American Union will be used as stepping stones to solidify a one world government. And these agreements, the USMCA, TPP, and more, will be the way they do it.
Whether or not Congress votes on the USMCA in the lame-duck session, Americans still need to be educated on this topic. And if it does get pushed back to 2019 with the 116th Congress, action still needs to be taken now! With a deal 1,809 pages long, it should be obvious that it contains a little more than just trade. Let Congress know that it should not give up its constitutionally delegated power to "regulate trade with foreign nations" to foreigners (Article I, Section 8). Unless action is taken the USMCA will monopolize regulations over agriculture, textile, transportation, property rights, the environment regulations, and much more!
The USMCA can most certainly be stopped. It happened before with the TPP and Free Trade Area of the Americas, and it can happen again; however, the Deep State will not make it easy.
Just like many did with the TPP, it must be exposed that the USMCA is a direct threat to sovereignty and the freedoms we enjoy in the U.S. Join us in educating others on the dangers of the USMCA!