A New Report Found McCormick Grew Investments in China by 108,000%, Including in Chinese Companies Blacklisted by the U.S. Government
PENNSYLVANIA — A new report from CNN has raised fresh questions about David McCormick’s long record of outsourcing American jobs and selling out to China.
Now that McCormick is running for Senate, he claims he had “deep reservations about Bridgewater’s exposure to the moral and patriotic hazards of doing business in China” while CEO of Bridgewater. But CNN found McCormick himself actually increased investments in China by 108,000% as CEO of Bridgewater, including in companies blacklisted by the U.S. government.
Three Questions David McCormick Must Answer:
- You claim you had “reservations” about investing in China. If that’s true, why did you increase investments in China by 108,000% as CEO of Bridgewater?
- If you were worried about the moral and patriotic hazards of doing business in China, why did you choose to invest in Chinese companies blacklisted by the U.S. government?
- How can voters trust you to stand up to China when you helped prop up their military?