U.S. Lawmakers Introduce DICTATOR Act To Investigate Communist China’s Support for Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

U.S. Lawmakers Introduce DICTATOR Act To Investigate Communist China’s Support for Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

U.S. House members introduced the Dictatorship Act on Monday (March 7) to investigate the extent to which the Chinese Communist Party supported Russia's invasion of Ukraine and whether it is assisting Russia to evade economic sanctions, the Epoch Times reported on March 8.
U.S. Lawmakers Introduce Bill in Congress To Require U.S.-Listed Companies To Disclose Whether CCP Are Involved

U.S. Lawmakers Introduce Bill in Congress To Require U.S.-Listed Companies To Disclose Whether CCP Are Involved

On February 14, several Republican U.S. senators announced the introduction of a bill that would require publicly traded companies in the United States to disclose the involvement of CCP organizations in their operations.
U.S. Lawmakers Push Cross-Party Resolution Calling on CCP To Guarantee Peng’s Safety and Freedom

U.S. Lawmakers Push Cross-Party Resolution Calling on CCP To Guarantee Peng’s Safety and Freedom

On February 9, several U.S. federal senators introduced a cross-party resolution calling on the CCP authorities to guarantee Peng Shuai's personal safety and freedom.
Broadcast|Bipartisan U.S. Lawmakers Propose to Counter Communist China’s Monopoly on Rare Earth Resources

Broadcast|Bipartisan U.S. Lawmakers Propose to Counter Communist China’s Monopoly on Rare Earth Resources

Report on January 14th: In order to actively counter the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) seizure and monopoly of rare earth resources around the world and to protect the United States’ strategic national security needs for rare earth resources, U.S. Republican Senator Tom Cotton and Democratic Senator Mark Kelly jointly proposed the “Restoring Essential Energy and Security Holdings Onshore for Rare Earths Act”.
U.S. Lawmakers From Both Parties Again Propose Sanctions Against IOC

U.S. Lawmakers From Both Parties Again Propose Sanctions Against IOC

A bipartisan group of members of the U.S. Congress on Jan. 19 introduced the "Accountability for the International Olympic Committee's Complicity with China Act" and proposed revoking the IOC's tax-exempt status in the United States. The bill is the second bill to sanction the IOC, following Tuesday's introduction of the "Free Peng Shuai Act".
U.S. Lawmakers Introduced the “Free Peng Shuai Act” To Sanction the Top IOC

U.S. Lawmakers Introduced the “Free Peng Shuai Act” To Sanction the Top IOC

As the controversial Chinese Communist Party's Winter Olympics approach, U.S. Congressman Michael Gallagher (R-WI) announced on January 18 the introduction of the "Free Peng Shuai Act," which calls for sanctions against International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach and other senior members of the IOC.
Bipartisan U.S. Lawmakers Propose to Counter Communist China’s Monopoly on Rare Earth Resources

Bipartisan U.S. Lawmakers Propose to Counter Communist China’s Monopoly on Rare Earth Resources

Report on January 14th: In order to actively counter the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) seizure and monopoly of rare earth resources around the world and to protect the United States’ strategic national security needs for rare earth resources, U.S. Republican Senator Tom Cotton and Democratic Senator Mark Kelly jointly proposed the “Restoring Essential Energy and Security Holdings Onshore for Rare Earths Act”.
U.S. Lawmakers Propose New Bill Requiring Chinese Communist Party To Cooperate With Virus Traceability Investigation

U.S. Lawmakers Propose New Bill Requiring Chinese Communist Party To Cooperate With Virus Traceability Investigation

According to "Central News Agency" reported on January 11, a number of U.S. federal senators introduced a bill to require the CCP government to cooperate with the international COVID (CCP virus) traceability investigation within 90 days, or else the U.S. president will be authorized to sanction CCP officials, suspected laboratory leadership and affiliates, etc.
U.S. imposes sanctions on companies to punish CCP’s notorious human right records

U.S. imposes sanctions on companies to punish CCP’s notorious human right records

On 17th December 2021, Reuters reported that the U.S. government had launched export and investment restrictions on 12 Chinese companies related to the CCP's notorious human rights violation. Specifically, these technology companies, including the famous drone manufacturer DJI, are accused of using biometric information to surveillant and track Uyghur people and other Muslim minorities in China's Xinjiang region.
U.S. Lawmakers Support the Freedom of Tibe

U.S. Lawmakers Support the Freedom of Tibe

In the Miles Grand Live show on 15th Dec 2021 , Miles Guo revealed that both the Republican and Democratic parties have agreed on supporting the independence movements of Tibet, Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia, Hong Kong, and potentially Canton.,Mr. Guo described in detail that the consequences of such a position of the U.S. will lead to a desperate situation for CCP and will facilitate the movement of taking down the CCP.
Miles Whistleblowing 12/15: Some U.S. Lawmakers of Both Parties Support Tibetan Independence

Miles Whistleblowing 12/15: Some U.S. Lawmakers of Both Parties Support Tibetan Independence

The support of the U.S. legislators of both parties for Tibetan independence is a throat-sealing sword for the Chinese Communist Party
U.S. Lawmakers Send Letter to Disney Asking It To Explain Why It Removed Episodes Involving June 4 Content

U.S. Lawmakers Send Letter to Disney Asking It To Explain Why It Removed Episodes Involving June 4 Content

A dozen Republican members of the U.S. Congress recently sent a joint letter to Disney's CEO asking him to explain why the episode of the animated film "The Simpsons" that refers to the 1989 Tiananmen Square incident was removed from Disney+, a streaming service that went live in Hong Kong, according to a Dec. 14 report in The Epoch Times.
Taiwan Airspace Yet Again Violated By Intimidating Communist Fighter Jets

Taiwan Airspace Yet Again Violated By Intimidating Communist Fighter Jets

In a story by the Mail Online on November 28th, 2021, it tells of how the Chinese airforce has flown another 27 military planes into Taiwan's airspace as tensions around the South China Sea island continue to rise.
U.S. Lawmakers Condemn IOC’s Collusion With Chinese Communist Party To Abuse Shuai Peng

U.S. Lawmakers Condemn IOC’s Collusion With Chinese Communist Party To Abuse Shuai Peng

The disappearance of Chinese tennis star Shuai Peng for several days has attracted international attention. The CCP official media has recently released photos and videos of Shuai Peng, but they have not only failed to relieve people's concern about Peng's freedom and safety, but also increased suspicion. To our surprise, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has suddenly come forward to help the Chinese Communist Party "clean up".