Senator Introduces Bill to Blacklist China and Other Countries from Buying US Farmland

South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds introduced a bill on August 17th to block China from purchasing American farmland and businesses.

“Protecting American farmland is critical to maintaining our national security,” said Rounds, “This acquisition could threaten our national security by allowing the Chinese Communist Party to closely monitor the operations and communications at a very important military facility.”

Rounds was referring to China’s Fufeng Group purchasing land from North Dakota residents, which is only about a 20-minute drive from the US Air Force Base in Grand Forks.

Grand Forks Air Force Base is home to the most advanced military drone technology in the United States, and the new space network center as well.

Rounds tweeted: “I’ve introduced a bill that would prevent China, Russia, North Korea and Iran from buying farmland and ag businesses in the US.”

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