George Santos Affirms Commitment to Justice for Guo Wengui/Miles Guo at NFSC Headquarters
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by Matt Palumbo
On Friday April 5th, during a campaign stop, Republican Congressman George Santos visited the Darlington Mansion in New Jersey, which serves as the headquarters of the New Federal State of China, a social movement founded by Guo Wengui (also known as Miles Guo).
Guo is currently being detained without bail ahead of trial in New York, which is virtually unprecedented in a state with such lax bail laws. When it comes to the CCP’s infiltration of U.S. society, Congress has had all eyes on TikTok and none on the CCP’s infiltration of our courts, media, and more. Following years of warnings that the CCP had set up their own police stations on U.S. soil to monitor American citizens and Chinese dissidents, recent arrests in New York confirmed it. Dozens of officers of China’s national police force were charged in connection to running an elite task force called the “912 Special Group.” The 912 Group is named after September 12th, the day that Guo filed for asylum in the U.S. after fleeing CCP persecution.
Santos is the first member of Congress to give the persecution of Guo, the public enemy number one of the CCP, the attention it deserves.
Santos told a captive audience of NFSC supporters that he’d be releasing a comprehensive and aggressive plan to tackle the CCP within the next few weeks, and that it would specifically be to advocate for a fair justice system and trial for Guo.
Santos called into question how it was that the two CCP officers arrested for allegedly running a secret police station were released the same day without bail, when Guo is still behind bars. Prosecutors have argued that Guo would be a flight right, but as Santos rightly points out, these CCP officers would be even more of a flight risk, so it makes no sense they were let out on bail but not Guo. The contradictory treatment only makes sense in light of an extensive CCP web of influence that has affected our courts.
Through his advocacy for Guo, Santos also draws attention to the wider issues at stake regarding the CCP’s plans for world domination. Santos highlighted the CCP’s systemic human rights violations, including its persecution of religious and ethnic
Source: The Gateway Pundit