Chinese Journalists Keep Disappearing… Congressman Banks Demands Answers

Rep. Jim Banks sent a letter to the U.S. State Department requesting an investigation into the disappearances of three Chinese journalists who challenged the communist regime’s narrative in the coronavirus’ early on.

They are heroes who tried to warn the world of the coming pandemic. God bless these brave journalists. Our MSM should take note of what actual reporting looks like.

Daily Caller:

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Republican Indiana Rep. Jim Banks on Wednesday sent a letter to the U.S. State Department requesting an investigation into the disappearances of three Chinese journalists who challenged the communist regime’s narrative in the coronavirus’s early stages.

“All three of these men understood the personal risk associated with independently reporting on coronavirus in China, but they did it anyway,” Banks wrote in a letter to Acting Undersecretary of State Nathan Sales, whose portfolio includes human rights abroad.

“They decided that they had an obligation to do what the Chinese Communist Party would not—provide useful and accurate information to the Chinese public about the risks and potential consequences of coronavirus,” Banks continued. “For their service, the Chinese government imprisoned them — or worse.” More

I hate it when people ask questions they already know the answer to. The Chinese government “disappeared” them.

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