Justice May be Delayed, but It Will Not Be Absent

On January 20th, the peaceful protest “”Fight for Justice”” by members of the New Federal State of China (NFSC) on Capitol Hill, demanded a thorough investigation into the judicial dark minions hidden in the DOJ and SEC, and the United States District Court in the Southern District of New York, who colluded with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to shut down GTV, seize investment funds, and launch the unfair lawsuits, kicked off the second day of process on Capitol Hill. The fellow fighters on site were interviewed.

 The good news is that businesswoman Nickie Mali Lum Davis, who lobbied the Trump administration to repatriate Mr. Miles Guo, was given a two-year prison sentence by the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii for engaging in unregistered lobbying activities as an agent of the CCP regime and receiving a sizeable commission, matched the good weather. It was a huge inspiration for our fellow fighters on-site. Before the American judicial system was fully destroyed, the fellow fighters peacefully expressed their demands using legal human rights. They firmly believed that while justice might be delayed, it will not be absent forever.

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