While blaming others
Since they are at fault, it's quite proper to call them on it. It is indeed truth and not some "big lie".
Importing people is hard, as is off-shoring jobs.
It's only hard when you have to figure out how to:
* create a criteria and interviewing protocol that excludes all citizens
* hide it from the affected group, much less anyone who could stop it
* coerce the affected group to provide (effectively) involuntary services under financial duress
* make a PR statement that explains why their actions were of any good.
After that, it is practically easy.
You only do it if there is something really wrong with the local workforce.
The only thing wrong is that they're US citizens, which are harder to control due to legal protections. A minimally competent US citizen could run circles around the offshore help - but is avoided for not being someone that can be easily controlled.
Well, you may do it for a while just because it is hyped up, but that does not last.
Yet companies have done it for decades. No company has ever been stopped in its tracks for anything beyond a token "punishment" (which I've not even seen).