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BIZARRE! Pelosi Celebrates Communist China as One of the “Freest Societies in the World” – Changes Tone on Taiwan Independence

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi delivered a bizarre claim, suggesting that Communist China is “one of the freest societies in the world.”

“We still support the One China policy. We go there to acknowledge the status quo is what our policy is. There was nothing disruptive about that,” Pelosi said. “It was only about saying China is one of the freest societies in the world.”

“It’s a strong democracy; courageous people,” she continued praising the communist nation.

Critics were quick to jump all over Nancy for backtracking on her historic visit to Taiwan and essentially worship China.

Donald Trump Jr. responded to Pelosi’s claim by writing, “Pelosi thinks that the Communist Dictatorship in China is ‘one of the freest societies in the world,’ which may explain why the Democrats are now emulating the same authoritarian tactics here at home, that the Chinese Communist Party uses against their political opposition!”

“Unbelievable,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) added in response, “Scary. Idiotic.”

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) saidChina is currently locking religious minorities in mass internment camps and committing genocide against them, but Speaker Pelosi believes they are one of the freest societies in the world? This is #CCP propaganda.”

Former Trump White House adviser Steven Cheung responded, “Disturbing to see anyone, let alone an elected official, repeat Chinese Communist Party talking points. It’s almost like she is compromised.”

Pelosi’s remarks are a notable shift from comments she made last week when she visited Taiwan last week, in which she claimed, “We must stand by Taiwan.”

 At the time of her visit, Pelosi also noted that under the Taiwan Relations Act, the U.S. vowed to support defending Taiwan, adding that the Act states that the U.S. would “consider any effort to determine the future of Taiwan by other than peaceful means … a threat to the peace and security of the Western Pacific area and of grave concern to the United States.”

“Today, America must remember that vow. We must stand by Taiwan, which is an island of resilience,” Pelosi added. “In recent years, Beijing has dramatically intensified tensions with Taiwan. The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has ramped up patrols of bombers, fighter jets and surveillance aircraft near and even over Taiwan’s air defense zone, leading the U.S. Defense Department to conclude that China’s army is ‘likely preparing for a contingency to unify Taiwan with the PRC by force.’

The PRC has also taken the fight into cyberspace, launching scores of attacks on Taiwan government agencies each day. At the same time, Beijing is squeezing Taiwan economically, pressuring global corporations to cut ties with the island, intimidating countries that cooperate with Taiwan, and clamping down on tourism from the PRC,” Pelosi continued.

“In the face of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) accelerating aggression, our congressional delegation’s visit should be seen as an unequivocal statement that America stands with Taiwan, our democratic partner, as it defends itself and its freedom.”


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