Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and South Carolina governor Nikki Haley just made her move to hold China to account and it is about time.
She launched a new China project complete with a petition to Congress demanding lawmakers take five steps to stop China from hurting the world.
Nikki said, “As soon as the UN opens again, the US should call for an emergency Security Council meeting on China’s involvement and knowledge of the virus. When did they know & decisions made. If ever the was a time to have a world discussion, it would be following this pandemic.”
“China’s Communist government needs to be held accountable for their role in lying about the Coronavirus pandemic, and the U.S. Congress needs to respond – now.”
“Join us in our fight to stop China from gaining influence in America and around the world. Sign this petition and please share with your friends.” The petition reads:
STOP COMMUNIST CHINA
Sign our petition to stop the Chinese Communist government’s deception and manipulation. We need Congress to act NOW to prevent China’s growing influence.
WHAT WE’RE FIGHTING FOR
Investigate the Communist Chinese government’s role in covering up the initial COVID-19 outbreak.
End China’s stranglehold on critically-important supplies. Bring manufacturing of medical equipment and pharmaceuticals back to America.
Make China pay the UN and other international organizations’ like the second largest economy in the world should — no more being treated like a poor “developing country.”
Support Taiwan. Push back against Communist China’s bullying and allow Taiwan to join the World Health Organization (WHO).
Require American colleges and universities to disclose all Chinese Communist government funding of professors and researchers.
You can sign it here.
As soon as the UN opens again, the US should call for an emergency Security Council meeting on China’s involvement and knowledge of the virus. When did they know & decisions made. If ever the was a time to have a world discussion, it would be following this pandemic. #GetAnswers
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) April 22, 2020
Thank you @ChinaAmbUN. I’m assuming you would have no problem expressing that in a Security Council meeting. Other countries including the US have some questions we would like answered.
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) April 23, 2020