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Rep. Mace Introduces “Anti-China PANDA Act”

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Congresswoman Nancy Mace (SC-01) released the following statement on the introduction of her Promoting Animal Naturalization and Democracy Act (PANDA), which would stop pandas born in the U.S. from being returned to China. She introduced the act after her proposed amendment was not included in the America COMPETES Act.

Rep. Mace’s statement:

“In light of the decision not to include my anti-China amendment in the ‘concede everything to China’ Act also known as the COMPETES Act, I am offering my PANDA amendment as a stand alone bill. From the COVID-19 fiasco which started in a lab in Wuhan, to China’s dishonest response, to the ongoing genocide against the Uyghurs, and the repeated and increasingly hostile incursions by China’s fighter jets over the island of Taiwan, this Administration has decided to answer Chinese aggression by prohibiting our diplomats from attending the Winter Olympic Games. It is past time we launch our own salvo against the Communist China in the soft power diplomacy chess match,” said Rep. Nancy Mace.

For too long, the Chinese Communist Party has attempted to soften its image with that of the soft cuddly panda by loaning giant pandas to foreign countries at a fee of $500,000 per panda. All countries must agree to return the pandas to China, property of the Communist Chinese government. Let’s get serious with our diplomacy, and hit China where it hurts.

Give freedom to the pandas and allow pandas born in the United States to stay in the United States.”

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