Florida Declares War on China after 2020 Election Fraud
Justin Haggerty | The Daily Knight
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) on Monday, March 1st, announced a statewide strategy to counter Chinese influence in Florida, labeling the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) attempts to influence domestic and international affairs as “one of the most pervasive threats to American Security and property.”
The move comes several weeks after evidence, exposing China's infiltration (IP address and all) into American voting machines, went public via Mike Lindell's docu-movie "Absolute Proof." While the courts refuse to look at the evidence and hear cases on the 2020 General Election, Florida is leading the charge.
“For the last decade, the Communist Party of China has been meticulous and deliberate in their infiltration across the globe,” Gov. DeSantis asserted, explaining the CCP’s world view and plans “are antithetical to the basic tenets of the American Republic.”
In additional to ensuring the integrity of our electoral process, DeSantis clearly addressed other avenues that China has exploited for fuel global expansion, like intellectual property theft from businesses, governments, and academic institutions. He pointed out how the American education system has greatly been violated and manipulated by the CCP, stating that American research continues to be stolen by the Chinese and that the U.S. must "“eliminate any tolerance of clandestine foreign influence in our schools.”
DeSantis urged that state agencies, state universities, public schools, and local governments must “never use tax dollars to establish language and culture programs with foreign governments that place the interest of those governments ahead of our own interests." "With our proposal today, we will ensure that no such organization is able to gain a foothold in a Florida institution of higher education," DeSantis said.
Public institutions of higher education, including state agencies, will be required to report gifts of $50,000 or more from foreign governments or entities. The proposal will also require agencies to properly vet and disclose any gifts or grants to or from entities with "contact with, donation from, or grant received from seven countries of concern: China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Russia, Syria, and Venezuela."
“The private entities seeking public grants or contacts in excess of $100,000 will also be required to report any contact with, donation from, or grant received from persons or entities substantially influenced by such government, having a value in excess of $50,000 from the previous five years,” DeSantis said.
“Not only is this an issue of establishing barriers to foreign influence. It’s also a measure of sound fiscal stewardship to ensure tax dollars don’t end up in the hands of the likes of Maduro, Kim Jong-un, or the Chinese Communist Party,” he added.
In response to the theft of corporate intellectual property, DeSantis stressed the need to “bolster law enforcement’s ability to go after corporate spies and beef penalties for any corporate espionage that benefits a foreign government.” Many of Florida's corporate espionage laws our outdated and need to be modernized to include cloud technology and trafficking trade secrets.
Although Florida is leading the war against China, Gov. DeSantis said this proposal is a "great first step" to protect Floridians, but that there needs to be a consolidated nationwide effort to secure America.
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