nafta

The United States, Canada and Mexico have agreed to renegotiate NAFTA, and many small American businesses are already reporting increased export sales. Greensations, a small New York company making natural health products has experienced a 30% increase in wholesale orders to Canada and Mexico and they credit Trump’s NAFTA policy.

“We’ve gotten at least 50 new inquiries in just the past two days from Canadian and Mexican distributors who want to import Sinus Plumber, our top American selling product,” says Niles Porter, Director of International Sales for Greensations.

The North American free Trade Agreement was signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1993 and it’s been a disaster ever since, although the fakestream media has barely reported on it in 22 years.

In 2014, Public Citizen reported that over 1 million U.S. jobs were lost due to NAFTA and America was left with a staggering $181 Billion trade deficit between Canada and Mexico. Under NAFTA, many costs are added to American products heading across the border, but little to no costs are added to products coming in. Yet the United States is the biggest market in North America and both Canada and Mexico rely on our economy which means America holds all the cards. It’s about time the U.S. government gets off the free trade global agenda and concentrates on “Fair Trade” for America using the power of our consumer market.