You can buy plenty of stuff that’s made in the USA, if only you get off of your lazy ass and take a minute to look for it. A case in point is Channel Craft, a company in Chaleroi, Pennsylvania.
Given a more ethical, inexpensive alternative, why would any American buy China’s Lincoln Logs any more?
Even if they haven’t lost their jobs yet, people are making the sensible decision of spending less in anticipation of economic disasters yet to come.
The wealthy may not be quite as wealthy any more, but they can still buy an electronic hypnotic jellyfish aquarium from Hammacher Schlemmer.
Do they mean to protect us from destruction using children’s arrows? How are film and TV productions going to keep our economy from descending into havoc?