Fears mount over Biden China policy.

Biden’s State Dept Just Deleted a Website Which Chronicled China’s Genocidal Human Rights Abuses.


President Biden’s State Department website deleted a page dedicated to chronicling the Chinese Communist Party’s abuses against Uyghurs.

The site – “The Chinese Communist Party’s Human Rights Abuses in Xinjiang” – contained five sections: “What’s Happening in Xinjiang,” “Forced Population Control,” “Forced Labor” “Violations of Religious Freedom,” and “Secretary Pompeo’s Statements.”

“The Chinese Communist Party is waging a targeted campaign against Uyghur women, men, and children, and members of other Turkic Muslim minority groups in Xinjiang, China. Documented human rights abuses include coercive population control methods, forced labor, arbitrary detention in internment camps, torture, physical and sexual abuse, mass surveillance, family separation, and repression of cultural and religious expression,” an archived version of the site explains.


Now, however, the same link directs users to a defunct page displaying a message: “We apologize for the inconvenience…”

The site appears to have been scrubbed on January 21st, 2021 – the first full day of the Biden regime.

An archive of the Trump-era site, which confronted the Chinese Communist Party’s human rights abuses, is available here.

Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is an Investigative Reporter at the National Pulse and contributor to The National Pulse podcast.