Highlights of Lude Media (Night)-Dec 2, 2020

Jojo, Toronto Maple Leaf Farm

Trump ‘s Speech Before Action, Means What? Lin Wood Said U.S.A is Now at 1776; House of Representative Passed the Act on Cleaning China Concept Stocks

• The House cleared legislation, the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act (S. 945), on Wednesday that would impose restrictions on Chinese companies listed on U.S. exchanges, including requiring certification that they are not under the control of a foreign government.
o At this time, the passage of the bill under an accelerated process suggests that interest groups in support of both parties have realized through the pandemic and this election that their own interests would be at risk. Therefore, they put pressure on the House to expedite its consideration of this bill.
o The Chinese Communist Party’s companies will be kicked off U.S. stock exchanges if they continue to deny U.S. regulators access to their audits.

• President Trump released a recording on his Twitter and Facebook accounts of what he said, “may be the most important speech I’ve ever made.”
o President Trump laid out his case for contesting the presidential election in key swing states and slammed the results of the 2020 election. And he made it clear that guarding the Constitution and the laws were the primary duty.
o Mr. Lu De views President Trump’s speech tonight as a mobilization before he takes major action against the Chinese Communist Party.

• Attorney Lin Wood held a press conference with Attorney Sidney Powell in Atlanta on election fraud claims and claimed: “It’s 1776 in America again, and you’re not gonna take our freedom… We’re gonna send that message from Wills Park today all the way to Beijing China —we’re not gonna let you take our county over.”
o Mr. Lu De reiterates that if we had 1.4 billion slaves in Communist China, no one in the world would have true freedom. In the pursuit of your own freedom, you must ensure that others have freedom as well. UNITE TOGETHER, FIGHT FOR FREEDOM! ACTION! ACTION! ACTION!

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