It Has Begun… Obama Adminstration Now Apologizing to Communist China for Arizona Immigration Law
A disgusting new low for Team O…
Obama Administration officials apologized early and often to the Communist Chinese regime for Arizona’s ID check law during last week’s talks. For the record… The communist regime they apologized to has slaughtered millions of its own citizens and has a record of harvesting body organs from political prisoners.
Obama is now bowing to China over Arizona’s ID law.
The AP reported:
The United States and China reported no major breakthroughs Friday after only their second round of talks about human rights since 2002.
The Obama administration wants to push Beijing to treat its citizens better, but it also needs Chinese support on Iranian and North Korean nuclear standoffs, climate change and other difficult issues. …[Assistant Secretary of State Michael] Posner said in addition to talks on freedom of religion and expression, labor rights and rule of law, officials also discussed Chinese complaints about problems with U.S. human rights, which have included crime, poverty, homelessness and racial discrimination.
He said U.S. officials did not whitewash the American record and in fact raised on its [sic] own a new immigration law in Arizona that requires police to ask about a person’s immigration status if there is suspicion the person is in the country illegally.
Someone should ask these kooks if they even read the Arizona immigration law.
UPDATE: It should be noted that China will not even allow starving North Koreans to apply for refugee status.
TIME Mag reported:
Fearful of destabilizing ally North Korea, China is refusing to allow the men, women and children crossing the border even to apply for refugee status. There are no United Nations camps, no international aid workers, no help except for the missionaries and small humanitarian aid groups running clandestine operations. It’s illegal to try to count the refugees. Locals who help them face fines and jail terms. Says Kim Sang Chul, secretary general of the Seoul-based Commission to Help North Korean Refugees: “There is no comparable situation anywhere else in the world.”