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  1. TexAgRepublican

    @PressSec

    Pop math quiz for Democrats. What number is bigger: $13 billion or $600 billion?
  2. TexAgRepublican

    @jackswanner

    While Democrats are busy calling me a racist, my landmark campaign finance bill just got signed into law by @POTUS
  3. Kyle Fitzgerald The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald spoke to the press after signing an executive order to suspend additional student visas from China, restrict the duration of student visas for certain fields of study, and increase the transparency of institutions of higher learning funded by the Chinese government. “In response to continued Chinese aggression – including the threat of interference in the 2020 election – I signed an executive order today to further ensure the economic and national security of our country. This executive order suspends additional student visas from the People’s Republic of China indefinitely. It’s been known within the intelligence community for years that China uses students to steal technology from our country – technology that can be used for both commercial and military purposes. China steals up to $600 billion from our economy each year in the form of intellectual property theft. Now they’re trying to interfere in our elections, too. We can’t keep letting them to get away with this. Students who are studying in high-tech fields – specifically aviation, robotics, and advanced manufacturing – are being asked to leave the country at the end of the Spring 2020 semester. The rest of the Chinese student population will be reduced through attrition as their visas expire. To enhance the transparency and surveillance of the remaining Chinese educational presence in our country, this executive order requires Chinese government funded educational institutions – also known as Confucius Institutes – to register as Foreign Agents. “I know that some of the Democratic Party elites and Wall Street hedge fund millionaires are nervous about watching our country finally stick up for itself. Instead of focusing on the $600 billion of stolen intellectual property theft each year, they’re worried about the stock market going down a couple hundred points. There’s no long-term vision from these people. This is a lot bigger than the next political talking point or the next stock market trade. This is about the future of our country, and China’s aggression represents an existential threat to that future. Our national security and even the foundations of our democracy are at risk. “I would love to move past this conflict. I would love to drop all the tariffs and let Chinese students stay in our country and learn. But I can’t do that until the international intelligence community confirms that China no longer intends to interfere in our elections and that they no longer intend to use students to steal our intellectual property. Then, maybe we can come to the table and have an honest negotiation. We’re not talking about the European Union or Canada here. This is Communist China. Anyone who thinks China is going to settle this over a nice dinner is hopelessly naive. They aren’t our allies, and this isn’t going to be easy. But I am not going to surrender the future of our country. The day we let a foreign power steal our technology and meddle in our democracy without recourse because we’re worried about their reaction – that’s the day we no longer control our own destiny as a country. That day will never happen under my watch, and I pray that such a day never comes.” View full PR
  4. The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald spoke to the press after signing an executive order to suspend additional student visas from China, restrict the duration of student visas for certain fields of study, and increase the transparency of institutions of higher learning funded by the Chinese government. “In response to continued Chinese aggression – including the threat of interference in the 2020 election – I signed an executive order today to further ensure the economic and national security of our country. This executive order suspends additional student visas from the People’s Republic of China indefinitely. It’s been known within the intelligence community for years that China uses students to steal technology from our country – technology that can be used for both commercial and military purposes. China steals up to $600 billion from our economy each year in the form of intellectual property theft. Now they’re trying to interfere in our elections, too. We can’t keep letting them to get away with this. Students who are studying in high-tech fields – specifically aviation, robotics, and advanced manufacturing – are being asked to leave the country at the end of the Spring 2020 semester. The rest of the Chinese student population will be reduced through attrition as their visas expire. To enhance the transparency and surveillance of the remaining Chinese educational presence in our country, this executive order requires Chinese government funded educational institutions – also known as Confucius Institutes – to register as Foreign Agents. “I know that some of the Democratic Party elites and Wall Street hedge fund millionaires are nervous about watching our country finally stick up for itself. Instead of focusing on the $600 billion of stolen intellectual property theft each year, they’re worried about the stock market going down a couple hundred points. There’s no long-term vision from these people. This is a lot bigger than the next political talking point or the next stock market trade. This is about the future of our country, and China’s aggression represents an existential threat to that future. Our national security and even the foundations of our democracy are at risk. “I would love to move past this conflict. I would love to drop all the tariffs and let Chinese students stay in our country and learn. But I can’t do that until the international intelligence community confirms that China no longer intends to interfere in our elections and that they no longer intend to use students to steal our intellectual property. Then, maybe we can come to the table and have an honest negotiation. We’re not talking about the European Union or Canada here. This is Communist China. Anyone who thinks China is going to settle this over a nice dinner is hopelessly naive. They aren’t our allies, and this isn’t going to be easy. But I am not going to surrender the future of our country. The day we let a foreign power steal our technology and meddle in our democracy without recourse because we’re worried about their reaction – that’s the day we no longer control our own destiny as a country. That day will never happen under my watch, and I pray that such a day never comes.”
  5. TexAgRepublican

    Executive Orders

    Executive Order #25 Re: Chinese Influence Review (a) All issuance of student visas to nationals of the People's Republic of China shall be suspended indefinitely. (b) Nationals of the People's Republic of China currently residing in the United States on a student visa studying aviation, robotics, or advanced manufacturing shall not remain in the United States following the end of the Spring 2020 semester. (c) Confucius Institutes, think tanks, academic programs, and nongovernmental organizations funded primarily by the Government of China or by individuals or public or private organizations with a demonstrable affiliation with the Government of China that are operating in the United States will be required to register through the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938 (22 U.S.C. 612) (d) Not later than one year after the issuance of this executive order, the Secretary of State, in consultation with the heads of relevant Federal departments and agencies, shall submit to the appropriate congressional committees an unclassified report on Chinese Government and Communist Party political influence operations with respect to the United States, including efforts to corrupt United States governmental or nongovernmental institutions or individuals, efforts to coerce or threaten United States citizens or legal permanent residents or their families or relatives living in China, and efforts to undermine democratic institutions and the freedoms of speech, expression, press, association, assembly, religion, or academic thought. /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
  6. TexAgRepublican

    The Better Workforce for Veterans Act of 2019

    Signed, /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
  7. TexAgRepublican

    Lobbying and Campaign Finance Reform Act

    Signed, /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
  8. TexAgRepublican

    ALS Disability Insurance Access Act of 2019

    Signed, /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
  9. TexAgRepublican

    Black Lung Benefits Improvement Act of 2019

    Signed, /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
  10. TexAgRepublican

    Close the Revolving Door Act

    Signed, /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
  11. TexAgRepublican

    @jackswanner

    The NAACP really ought to let my Vietnamese wife and bi-racial child know what a racist I am. Maybe we’ll come to the event, too.
  12. TexAgRepublican

    @jackswanner

    I’m confused about why @KarlCox thinks I would get involved in a senate race in Virginia. I’m a backbencher from Houston.
  13. TexAgRepublican

    @jackswanner

    @KarlCox If they aren’t racist, then why do they support him? What other reason could there be if his white nationalism is what defines him?
  14. TexAgRepublican

    @jackswanner

    @KarlCox That…didn’t answer my question. At all. You condemn Jared Taylor. You condemn me. What about half of Virginia?
  15. TexAgRepublican

    @jackswanner

    @KarlCox I just wanted to know if you think half of Virginia are racists. I don’t understand why this is so difficult.
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