Biden and the Democratic National Committee no longer reject the human rights violations committed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Tibet as they did in 2016, which contradicts their support for the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement that claims to combat racism.
For the 2020 elections, the Democrats removed from their 2016 declaration of human rights abuses document a reference to “promote greater respect for human rights, including the rights of Tibetans,” The Washington Free Beacon said on Sept. 1.
The CCP is one of the world’s greatest human rights violators, and the Democrats’ silence would be a tacit acceptance of their human rights transgressions.
“Just as the Democrats refused to hold the CCP accountable for the significant role they played in the spread of the COVID-19 [thee CCP Virus] pandemic, it’s disappointing to see Tibet removed from their party platform,” said Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) and chairman of the China Working Group.
He added, “The CCP is the greatest threat of our time, and confronting their malign behavior should be a bipartisan foreign policy priority.”
McCaul’s disappointment with the Democrats, in this case, is shared by Rep. Ted Yoho (R-Fla.) and Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-Pa.).
“China Joe and virtually all Democrats have vehemently refused to criticize the CCP for any of their human-rights abuses in China or their malign actions around the globe. Democrats’ silence is dangerous appeasement of the CCP,” Reschenthaler stressed, according to The Washington Free Beacon.
Meanwhile, it is unconscionable that Biden and his Democratic campaign no longer reject the human rights violations perpetrated by the CCP, but support the defense of racial equality that the BLM protesters claim to carry out.
In fact, members of Biden’s campaign and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), donated money to the Minnesota Freedom Fund to rescue BLM protesters arrested for their involvement in the riots following the death of African American George Floyd, according to Reuters.
Harris also supports the BLM protests and said they will continue, even though they have meant a high increase in crime in the country and the destruction and looting of many commercial establishments.
The CCP invaded Tibet in 1951, and since then has been trying to destroy the Tibetan language, culture, and religion, as it does with other racial minorities, including the Uighurs.
Similarly, the CCP persecutes and tortures those who profess religious freedom such as practitioners of the ancient Falun Gong discipline, also known as Falun Dafa, Muslims, and Christians.