Highlights of Lude Media (Night)-Dec 21, 2020

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• Today, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf delivered remarks at an event hosted by the Heritage Foundation detailing the enduring threat from Communist China and DHS’s strategy to confront it.

o In his remarks, he made a very clear that when the threat is from the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) leaders in Beijing, “not the Chinese people who suffer under the oppression and authoritarianism of their own government.”

o “Their government has launched political, economic, and cultural attacks that harm our Homeland and our people.” Said Secretary Wolf in the speech. “It is high time for us to recognize these attacks for what they are—and to respond accordingly.”

o Mr. Lu De and the guests agree that it seems like the U.S. government probably has already deemed the CCP as a terrorist organization.

• According to several posts on Twitter, several members of Congress had a meeting in the Oval Office with President Trump today, preparing to fight back against mounting evidence of voter fraud.

o States with close contests between Republican President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden could produce competing slates of electors, one certified by the governor and the other by the legislature.

o On January 6, VP Pence will have “authority as president of the Senate,” and he will be able to accept or reject motions, “as written in the Constitution. And he could throw out both sets of a contested state’s electors.

• Today, Secretary Pompeo has announced additional restrictions on visas for officials of the CCP and People’s Republic of China believed to be responsible for, or complicit in, the repression of members of ethnic minority groups, religious practitioners, & human rights defenders.

• These restrictions are targeted at the “made men” for the “CCP gang” and will subsequently pose a threat to their families and assets overseas. Once they wake up and take the side of justice, they will be a nightmare for Beijing.

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