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ICYMI: Rubio Joins Hannity

Dec 3, 2021 | Comunicados de Prensa

Washington, D.C. U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) joined Hannity to discuss U.S. businesses using slave labor in China and how Florida is thriving. See below for highlights and watch the video here

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On confronting China with his Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act: 

“China actually sanctioned me twice and they’ve issued a travel ban against me… In China, we know and the world knows, for a fact that in the Xinjiang province, [China] has factories filled with Uyghur Muslims who are working as slaves – they are forced to work there. All of us, every single one of us is buying and has bought things that have been made by that slave labor. 

“I have a bill that basically says if you sell a product that is made in Xianjiang, you have to prove it wasn’t made by slaves or you can’t import it into the United States. It passed unanimously out of the Senate. I’m trying to get it on this defense bill and the Democrats are saying well, ‘There’s a procedural problem with it. There’s no procedural problem with it. The problem is they don’t want to pass it. The White House is against it, John Kerry is against it, and major American corporations are against it because they’re making a lot of money with the free labor coming out of the Xianjiang province.”

On partnering with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and fellow Florida Senator Rick Scott on the state’s COVID strategy: 

“We don’t know how many thousands of people did not wind up in a hospital because they got [the monoclonal antibody] treatment. If you go today, those centers are still up and functioning. I personally  know people, including people who were vaccinated, that went in and got that treatment. Those treatments are highly effective. These include people who were vaccinated that got sick. It was a great move by Governor DeSantis in Florida. It tells us a lot about the Biden administration when they try to punish Florida by trying to ration it and keep it away from Florida.”