Senator Marco Rubio is demanding answers from the New York Times in a cover up scandal involving President Xi Jinping of China and genocide against the Uyghur people.
“China hawk Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida has demanded answers from The New York Times over the publication’s decision to withhold documents that directly linked Chinese President Xi Jinping to genocide against the Uyghur population,” reported Fox News.
“Rubio requested in a letter that the Times answer inquiries he first submitted last month that questioned its failure to release in full 403 pages of leaked documents – including a 2014 secret speech by Xi that ordered the rounding up of Uyghur populations,” reports Fox News.
“Critically important information was contained within the hundreds of pages that were hidden—and continue to be hidden—from the American people and governments across the globe,” Rubio wrote in a letter to the New York Times.
“To sit on this information that we know that they’ve had for at least two and a half to three years is really concerning, and it just tells you this is a selective release of information they possess,” Rubio told Fox News.
“My fear is, as damaging as this revelation has been to the Communist Party of China, after all this time there might be additional things in there that are damaging,” Rubio continued.
“Rubio said he has questioned whether the documents might even imply that our political leaders are aware of what has been happening there for some time and made arrangements not to discuss it,” reports Fox News.
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