Your words feel like propaganda, as they reduce a large and complex issue to one scapegoat. Given that you must have spent a lot of time thinking about this, and have awakened, yourself, perhaps you can suggest a solution, or a path to one?
Do we pass laws to prohibit purchase of property by Chinese? All foreigners? Tarriffs? I think we should have some modest adjustment of taxes to reduce the import value of wage disparities, but the risk of tariff wars is large, and many Americans depend on exports for their living.
BTW, the 1st amendment guarantees government has to respect your right to speak. It does not apply to private businesses. Among other unwelcome behavior is hogging a thread, AKA threadjacking. If your sole purpose is to rail at China that does not meet the policy for commenting here. Raise a point, and respond to comments that address your point. Such as, labor has been declining since the 70s. China was not the cause of the decline in union membership, and the outsourcing of jobs is to many countries, including Mexico. The change in tax structure under Reagan was very damaging to the middle class. The deregulation of media was very damaging to diversity of opinion on the air waves, as was Reagan's dropping of programming in the public interest as a licensing requirement. The financialization of the economy is due to changes in regulations affecting Wall St and banking in general.
None of these important factors has much to do with China per se, and most have zero to do with China. So tell us the laws that will defend us against your bete noir, or give it a rest.