Recently, a man tore off a large CCP banner hanging from an overpass. The content torn was the name “Xi Jinping.” Netizens mocked, where did the bridge guard go? Neglecting such duties, he should be fired.

A video taken by a Beijing netizen shows an man in black ripping at the banner, “Taking the socialism ideology with Chinese characteristics in the new era of President Xi Jinping as the direction, become more enthusiastic.” He tore “Xi Jinping.”

On the eve of the CCP’s 20th National Congress, China Digital Times also reported that on October 13, two banners suddenly appeared on Sitong Bridge in Zhongguan Village, Haidian District, Beijing.

One banner read, “No PCR tests, we want food. No restrictions, we want freedom. No lies, we want dignity. No Cultural Revolution, we want reform. No leaders, we want votes. No being slaves, we want to be citizens.”

Another banner called on residents to “strike at school and work, eliminate the dictator and national traitor Xi Jinping.” It is known that the brave man who hung the banner is Peng Lifa, nicknamed Peng Zaizhou.

This unexpected incident made the CCP extremely afraid. After that, many overpasses in Beijing were set up with guard posts, with staff 24/7 guarding the bridge.

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