FCC Head Brendan Carr Demands China ‘Un-Disappear’ People, Obama Approach was ‘Weak and Timid’

On Thursday, a China Foreign Ministry spokeswoman criticized the US over the Coronavirus saying, “China is the 1st to report and share virus data with WHO and other countries. WHO joint mission including 2 US experts already visited Wuhan and commended China’s efforts.” She then asked, “When will Washington invite joint international expert team to the US for investigation?”

Welcome to China anytime and talk to anyone in the streets to enjoy the freedom. BTW Where is freedom & transparency when Captain Crozier was dismissed for a letter to save thousands of lives and medical workers fired for talking about working conditions?

China is the 1st to report and share virus data with WHO and other countries. WHO joint mission including 2 US experts already visited Wuhan and commended China’s efforts. When will Washington invite joint international expert team to the US for investigation?

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr responded with a list of people that he wished to speak with first that he would like to see “un-disappear” before he’d be willing to speak with her. He ended it by tagging her and saying, “does your offer still stand? Or has it suddenly disappeared as things tend to do over there?”

Great! First, I would like to speak with Dr. AI Fen. She worked at Wuhan Central Hospital and tried to sound the alarm on the virus. Could you un-disappear her so we could speak?

Next, I’d like to speak with Chen Qiushi and Fang Bin – two video bloggers that tried to bring the world a glimpse of Wuhan unfiltered by your Communist regime. Could you un-disappear them so we could speak?

I’d then like to speak with Xie Linka who worked at Wuhan Union Hospital. She joined other Wuhan health officials in trying to sound the alarm on Covid before being berated and forced into silence by communist officials. Can I speak with her?

@SpokespersonCHN does your offer still stand? Or has it suddenly disappeared as things tend to do over there?

Carr then went on Fox News and was interviewed by Shannon Bream. She read a quote about how a China Telecom is “beholden to China” from Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Demers and talked about how the US was considering revoking their license.

She asked Carr, “What’s at stake here?” He responded, “Look from day one in 2017, as we exited the Obama/Biden Administration, President Trump made clear that we need to fundamentally change our relationship with China and frankly the prior approach was weak and timid.”

“This is a continuation of an effort we see on the trade front and here in telecom we have taken action at the FCC to prohibit subsidized Huawei and ZTE Spygear from going into our network.”

“We’ve prohibited China Mobile from connecting to our network and now you’re seeing it this week with the Justice Department’s announcement on China Telecom recommending that we revoke their current authority connect to the network which can be used to reroute traffic and can present serious national security threats.”