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Thanks to Giant Loophole, The Chinese Communist Party is Free to Lobby US Lawmakers – Editor’s Choice Report

China Exploits Lobbying Loophole to Dodge Disclosure- Right – freebeacon.com

From freebeacon.com Yuichiro Kakutani Excerpt:  Chinese tech companies facing federal indictment and sanctions are exploiting a legal loophole to hide their army of Capitol Hill lobbyists from public scrutiny.

Chinese tech giants such as Huawei and Tiktok have spent millions of dollars hiring lobbyists to push their agenda in Congress in the last 10 years. But the companies—all of which are either owned or closely linked to the Chinese government—have avoided registering the vast majority of their lobbyists as foreign agents through a loophole.

Lobbyists for foreign entities must register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) and disclose detailed information about their influence-peddling operations. Huawei, a telecommunications company facing multiple indictments, has spent more than $8 million to hire more than 20 lobbyists to work the Hill in the last decade; none of these lobbyists have registered as foreign agents connected to Huawei. Tiktok’s parent, Bytedance, has also never filed FARA disclosures concerning its multimillion-dollar attempt to influence the federal government.

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Virginia Dems’ ‘Social Justice’ Math Curriculum Reinvigorates GOP Gov Hopefuls- Right – freebeacon.com

From freebeacon.com Collin Anderson Excerpt: Elections Dem-controlled Board of Education moves to eliminate most accelerated math offerings Virginia Department of Education math goals / YouTube screenshot Collin Anderson • April 27, 2021 4:55 am A Democratic plan to eliminate most advanced math courses in search of “equity” has reinvigorated Virginia Republicans, who are focusing on […]…

Barnard College instructor discusses blowing up and gassing whites in coming race war- Right – The College Fix

From College Fix Staff Excerpt: A Barnard College English instructor was featured on a Canadian radio show earlier Monday in which he discussed blowing up and gassing white people in an imagined race war. According to The Post Millennial, on the CBC show “q,” Ben Philippe was asked about a segment in his book […]…

43 Major Companies Sign Statement Opposing Texas Bills Protecting Girls’ Sports, Banning Transgender Treatments on Minors – www.christianheadlines.com

From www.christianheadlines.com Excerpt: 43 Major Companies Sign Statement Opposing Texas Bills Protecting Girls’ Sports, Banning Transgender Treatments on Minors As Texas lawmakers seek to advance bills banning biological males from participating in female sports or receiving transgender medical care, 43 major companies have signed a statement signaling their… 2021-04-26 13:30:00…

China expands naval dominance to Africa and Indian ocean with new aircraft carrier base | World | News – Express UK

From Express UK Excerpt: Beijing has now a pier in the small east African country of Djibouti that is large enough to accommodate an aircraft carrier. The Chinese-controlled naval base will allow Beijing to spread its naval power from the South China Sea into the Indian ocean and even influence the global shipping bottle-neck of the […]…

New Docs: Did FBI Investigate Seth Rich Case Despite Earlier Denials? – sputniknews.com

From sputniknews.com Excerpt: After long delays the FBI finally released the first batch of records concerning murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich on 23 April at the request of American attorney Ty Clevenger. Will the FBI’s documents help dispel the controversy surrounding the Seth Rich case? Out of the first 563 relevant pages identified by the […]…

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube Pressed by Lawmakers on Algorithms – www.bloomberg.com

From www.bloomberg.com Excerpt: Executives from Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube are fielding questions from senators about how user content is shared and highlighted on their platforms as lawmakers weigh changes to liability protections for internet giants. Tuesday’s hearing by the Senate Judiciary Committee’s panel on Privacy, Technology and the Law is focusing […]…