The Chinese company providing at-home COVID-19 tests through a Biden White House initiative – iHealth Labs – has been praised by the Chinese Communist Party for “obeying” its orders and received tens of millions of dollars in investment from a Chinese company blacklisted by the U.S. government over its ties to the country’s military, The National Pulse can reveal. iHealth Labs, a subsidiary of China’s Andon Health, has received over $2.1 billion in contracts with the U.S. federal government and some states. Well over $1 billion of the sum comes from a contract with the Department of Defense (DOD) as
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors lamented how the Communist Party in the U.S. has been "systemically destroyed and decimated" at a 2015 panel hosted by Harvard Law School.
1619 Project founder Nikole Hannah-Jones insisted that “education is the cornerstone of the revolution” in an unearthed article offering praise for Cuba’s Communist revolution resulting in the “end of codified racism.” The New York Times writer visited Cuba in 2008 on a reporting fellowship, penning a piece entitled “The Cuba We Don’t Know” upon her return. Published in The Oregonian, the article sets out to dismantle the narrative about the Communist country that “come from the U.S. government”: “Cuba is poor. Cuba is communist. Cuba violates human rights and represses dissent.” The objective is similar to that of the ahistorical 1619
Professor Susan Michie – one of the British government’s top COVID-19 policy advisors championing “maximum” lockdown policies – is a longtime member of the Communist Party. Michie, a Communist for over 40 years, is a senior member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, belongs to two other groups guiding Ministers, and appears on the BBC and ITV to share her ideas. She is also behind the country’s intense lockdown rollouts, arguing in favor of “global maximum lockdown” and offering praise for the Chinese Communist Party on Twitter. “China has a socialist, collective system (whatever criticisms people may have) not an
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has announced that any “intending immigrant who is a member or affiliate of the Communist Party or any other totalitarian party (or subdivision or affiliate), domestic or foreign, is inadmissible to the United States.” The policy change, occurring October 2nd, would therefore apply to members of the Chinese Communist Party. The Trump administration’s Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) outlined the policy change, citing affiliation with a “Communist Party or any other totalitarian party” is “inconsistent and incompatible with the Naturalization Oath of Allegiance”: “On Oct. 2, USCIS issued policy guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual to