Congress To Revoke PRC’s Trade Privilege In Response To CCP’s Genocide

According to foreign media reports, Congressman Chris Smith, a Republican who chairs the Congressional-Executive Committee on China (CECC), has reintroduced legislation HR 638, to revoke PRC’s trade privilege, in response to the CCP’s violations in human rights and ongoing genocide in Xinjiang. The PRC’s permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) status, which was aquired after the former U.S. President Bill Clinton delinked human rights with trade in 1994, has made the CCP a fast grown economic power. Without any moral compass, the CCP strengthened its power by reckless stealing intellectual properties and human rights abuses. Ever since then, the CCP has expened its influence to Hollywood, Wall Street, Media, Silicon valley, Institutions, DOJ and even the Whitehouse. “We must correct President Clinton’s horrific mistake and return to the pre-Clinton norm by making annual renewal of normal trade relations contingent on concrete progress on human rights,” said Smith. “America should never let genocide and slave labor become a ‘permanent’ or ‘normal’ part of U.S. trade,” Rep. Tom Tiffany (R-WI), a cosponsor of the legislation added. Ever since former secretary of state Mike Pompeo declared that the CCP committed genocide in Xinjiang, it has become a bipartisan consensus of the Congress that the CCP is not equivalent to the Chinese people and cannot represent the Chinese population. Only by join force with the biggest victim of the CCP regime, the ordinary Chinese people, we can end this authoritarian criminal dictatorship once and for all.

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