Kim Kardashian and Family Slammed by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher for Slave Labor Claims

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Kim Kardashian and her family are more than use to being attacked by haters. Now, they can add Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of California to that list. Everyone knew that once the Kardashian child slave labor and sweatshop scandal broke, it would only be a matter of time before everyone jumped on the “TRASH KARDASHIAN” bandwagon.

Kim Kardashian HD 11x17 Photo Poster Busty Naked #12 HDQThe ever-present Kardashian “klan” has been adamant they do not, never have and never will use slave labor of any kind to get their crappy blatantly copied products out to consumers. But, their denials haven’t stopped the onslaught of early criticism. The congressman bashed the reality TV powerhouse family in two folds. First, he slammed them for utilizing slave labor and second, he slammed them for being un-American.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher said, “It is very sad that anybody who is already making millions of dollars thinks they have to go to China to have work done in substandard labor conditions where people are paid a pittance and have no right to organize a union. By going to China in order to make a $65 million profit instead of a $10 million profit you are effectively thumbing your nose at the American people. They are denying their fellow Americans honest jobs here. They only care about making extra millions on top of the money they’re already raking in.”

Well it looks like Rep. Dana Rohrabacher won’t be getting Kim Kardashian or her family’s endorsement ever. The facts are most people believe Kim is a phony anyway so one man’s rant won’t ruffle her feathers but her entire audience perks up and pays attention, she knows she’ll lose money. In the end, it’s all about the dollar bills. It’s too early to say whether or not the Kardashians really were using slave labor so perhaps Rohrabacher should have waited before speaking.

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