I find it interesting that the most recent round of feverish finger-pointing by both Democrats and Republicans at one another always seems to be centered on accusations of Russian collusion. Certainly, it’s rare to see the legacy media outlets reporting on perhaps America’s biggest existential threat—the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which totally controls China, the most populous country in the world.
And one need only look within the environs of the United States these days. You don’t see sprawling networks of Russian community centers, Russian restaurants, movies, and so on. However, you do see plenty of examples of Chinese influence, much of which is directly controlled by the CCP.
Oddly, the U.S. government has been extremely lethargic to acknowledge this rapidly emerging threat, let alone take action against it. The government is just now beginning to look into the massively influential TikTok company, one of the most popular social media apps. It’s almost a case of “too little, too late,” since TikTok has already been in business for over half a decade.
TikTok is owned by the global technology company ByteDance, which is based in Beijing and has direct ties to the CCP. The app can gather a plethora of information on its many users worldwide, so one would think that the alarm bells would have gone off long ago. TikTok has already admitted that the CCP can access Americans’ personal information whenever it wants to.
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