Michigan is getting ready to let the Chinese communists buy up land and build a battery plant near Grand Rapids. Local residents are not having it.
· · Mar 26, 2023 · NottheBee.com

First off, I wish this lady were my grandma:

Secondly, it's kind of unbelievable that letting our mortal enemy, communist China, buy up precious land and build plants in the American heartland is even being considered, let alone permitted.

Communities in rural Michigan are revolting against a decision to allow a Chinese-owned firm to build a battery plant in the area, according to footage of a recent Green Charter Township board meeting obtained by conservative outlet The Midwesterner.

More than 100 residents of Green Charter Township and Big Rapids in rural Mecosta County, Michigan, showed up to the March 14 meeting to voice concerns over the presence of the Chinese-owned company, Gotion Global, amid growing concern over national security issues related to China.

Yeah I'm not so sure it's the brightest idea to allow a relentlessly ruthless communist state to set up shop where the heck it wants in the United States. Does that sound like a great plan to you?

This patriot says it very well:

"Why would we invite the enemy to come spy on us? All the things on here are bad, but the thing that drives me the most nuts is that it is our enemy, not the Chinese people. I have nothing against the Chinese people because they suffer under the same communism that you all are trying to bring here. It's disgusting."

Well spoken. And yes, the company is very obviously closely linked with the CCP:

Gotion is headed up by Zhen Li, a member of the Chinese Communist Party who served three terms on a party committee.

Can we stop being outsmarted by the Chinese communists, please?


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