Perkins: The US Must Stop Doing Business With China

Via press release from hate group leader Tony Perkins:

Americans are a forgiving people, but when it comes to China, they aren’t looking the other way any time soon. With the coronavirus death toll now surpassing our losses in the Vietnam War, the outrage over Wuhan’s lethal cover-up is infuriating the world over.

A lot of Americans were concerned about the communist regime before it turned humanity upside down. Now, with economies tanking and families grieving, a majority of the country thinks it’s time to throw down the gauntlet. And trade is a good place to start.

Of course, considering the widescale brutality in China, nothing about how their government has handled the coronavirus is a surprise. If anything, it’s the perfect illustration of their contempt for basic humanity.

Just this week, in our U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) report, the country landed — once again — among the worst abusers in the world.

And things are not getting better. They have as many as 1.8 million Uyghurs in concentration camps, who knows how many Christians in prison, and a nationwide crackdown on liberty of every kind.

They’re incompatible with American values on almost every single scale. The last thing we should be doing with them is business.