Elon Musk recently revealed that Apple had threatened to remove Twitter from its App Store. Two days later, after meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook, Musk tweeted that the threat was simply a misunderstanding. Musk’s free speech aspirations for Twitter appear to be what put the company in Apple’s crosshairs. While Musk may have dodged a bullet this time, the prospect of a ruinous delisting will loom as long as Apple’s duopoly (alongside Google) over the app market endures. This control has made Apple one of the most powerful gatekeepers of the internet. Abuse of Power. Since Musk’s Twitter acquisition,
Chinese messaging platform WeChat – which President Trump sought to ban from operating in the United States – has admitted to regularly scanning users’ photos even while the app isn’t in use. WeChat – which saw the Trump-era efforts to ban it halted by Joe Biden’s Commerce Department – confessed to the disturbing and intrusive practice after an exposé by a tech influencer known as “Hacklous”. Owned by Chinese Communist Party-affiliated Tencent – which counts high-profile Biden appointees and Democratic officials as investors – WeChat “scans photo galleries for durations of up to 1 minute each while running in the
EXCLUSIVE: Joe Biden’s Deputy Secretary Of State Just Invested In a Firm Flagged As A ‘Tool’ Of The Chinese Communist Party.
Joe Biden’s Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman purchased shares in a fund invested in Tencent, a tech firm flagged as a “tool” of the Chinese Communist Party and its military by the U.S. State Department, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal. Financial disclosures reveal Sherman purchasing up to $50,000 in shares of Matthews Asia Dividend Fund, which counts Tencent as one of its top positions, on May 7th 2021. The transaction came roughly one month after Sherman’s Senate confirmation for her critical State Department role. A separate financial disclosure reveals Sherman purchasing additional shares in the fund, valued up
Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill – who spearheads House Democrat’s election reform initiatives – is invested in several companies with ties to the Chinese Communist Party and its military, The National Pulse can reveal. The New Jersey congresswoman’s 2020 financial disclosure reveal investments in several Chinese tach firms flagged as “tools” of the Chinese Communist Party. She retains up to $50,000 in Alibaba shares and purchased up to $15,000 in Tencent shares on March 27th, 2019. The U.S. State Department has flagged both firms as “tools” of the Chinese Communist Party that count powerful party members among their executive ranks. Both companies have
REVEALED: Biden’s Infrastructure Partner Senator Tom Carper Profits From Chinese Communist Party-Owned Companies.
Senator Tom Carper (D-Delaware) – who has referred to President Joe Biden as a “brother” and worked extensively on the White House’s infrastructure program – has profited from investments in Chinese Communist Party-linked companies including firms flagged by the U.S. State Department as “tools” of the regime, The National Pulse can reveal. The Chinese Communist Party’s financial ties are evidenced in Carper’s most recent financial disclosure, which reveals controversial investments in Chinese regime-linked firms such as Tencent and Alibaba. Carper is closely tied to Biden as his junior partner in Delaware during part of Biden’s tenure in the United States
Clinton Protégé Congressman Serving on National Security Committees Invested In At Least SIX Chinese Communist Party-Linked Firms, Including Military Proxies.
Democratic Congressman Josh Gottheimer – a longtime Clinton family ally and member of the House Homeland Security Committee – is invested in several Chinese Communist Party-linked companies, including military proxies, The National Pulse can reveal. Financial ties between the Chinese Communist Party and Gottheimer, who has represented New Jersey’s 5th congressional district since 2017, are revealed in his most recent financial disclosure form. The 60-page list of investments reveals the congressman, who serves on the House Financial Services Committee and its National Security, International Development, and Monetary Policy Subcommittee and the House Homeland Security Committee, has made investments in at
Tencent – a tech firm flagged as a “tool” of the Chinese Communist Party – is attempting to buy a German game developer used by Western countries to conduct military simulations. The tech company, which counts former Obama campaign directors as lobbyists and Biden White House members as investors, is reportedly offering over $350 million for the company Crytek. First revealed by the German newspaper Bild, the potential acquisition has led to “fear that the Chinese want to use the “CryEngine” developed by Crytek to produce war simulation programs for the Chinese army.” “With these, China could rehearse the war
An Intel Committee Congressman Who Pushed the Russia Collusion Hoax Is Invested In Chinese Communist Party-Led Companies.
Democratic Representative Peter Welch – who has called for a “full-scale no holds barred investigation” into the Trump 2016 campaign’s non-existent links to the Russian government – is invested in several Chinese Communist Party-owned companies, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal. The eight-term Member of the House of Representatives is a member of the Permanent Sub Committee on Intelligence, and the Committee on Energy and Commerce. He also sits on the Defense Intelligence and Warfighter Support subcommittee. Despite holding these critical national security positions, Rep. Welch (D-VT) has purchased shares in companies owned by America’s most dangerous adversary: the Chinese