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@RuthlessGravity  Tear gas in Hong Kong means human rights violations, sanctions, lets go “liberate”’by going to war... but if it’s done domestically, it’s law and order, rule of law. This is called brainwashing and successful byproducts of propaganda.

@jamestareddy  @Chao_Deng “We have to stand with Hong Kong, but I’m also standing with President Xi,” Mr. Trump had said before signing the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act last year. @jamestareddy  @Chao_Deng 

While visiting Lam Wing-kee, a Hong Kong bookseller who fled to Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen thanked him for supporting #HongKong ’s human rights

The President's response on Hong Kong is appropriate. Beijing moving to end HK's separate pol system should trigger a US response, incl by terminating HK's special econ status. The admin has zigged and zagged on democracy and human rights abroad & it's good it is standing up.

Amid rising tensions over trade, human rights violations, Hong Kong, and China’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump is considering revoking the visas of Chinese graduate students studying at U.S. universities.

The office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said it feared the situation in was becoming increasingly tense and polarized, and urged authorities to let peaceful Hong Kong protesters exercise their right to freedom of expression

“For three years, President Trump has dangerously emboldened Chinese President Xi to accelerate his human rights crackdown including against the people of Hong Kong,” adds @NancyPelosi  .

The office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said it feared the situation in was becoming increasingly tense and polarized, and urged authorities to let peaceful Hong Kong protesters exercise their right to freedom of expression

While visiting Lam Wing-kee, a Hong Kong bookseller who fled to Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen thanked him for supporting #HongKong ’s human rights

While visiting Lam Wing-kee, a Hong Kong bookseller who fled to Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen thanked him for supporting #HongKong ’s human rights

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The police violence against protestors in Hong Kong is unacceptable. We must support these brave individuals standing against Chinese Communist Party tyranny and pass the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act.

Troubled by the ongoing violence in Hong Kong. The overwhelming majority of HK citizens aspire for greater political freedom—it’s time for Leader McConnell to allow a vote on the bipartisan Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019.

The protesters throughout #HongKong  have demonstrated extraordinary bravery in defense of their freedom. I have cosponsored S.1838, the 'Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act,' to support them. I urge the Senate to pass this bill and #StandWithHongKong .

We need to act on the tragedy unfolding in Hong Kong. Why is President Trump giving the Chinese Communist Party a free hand? @senatemajldr  McConnell: Why have you buried the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act in your legislative graveyard?

?The Senate unanimously passes the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. As the author of the United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992 who has advocated for Hong Kong for decades, I am proud to stand with the protestors and hold China accountable.

The U.S. Senate has now joined the House of Representatives in passing the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. The people of #HongKong  have woken up to the news that both branches of the U.S. Congress stand with you in your fight for democracy and the rule of law.

Calling on all sides to deescalate violence and for Senator McConnell to have an immediate vote on the bipartisan Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act.

I flew to Hong Kong to release @hrw ’s new World Report. This year it describes how the Chinese government is undermining the international human rights system. But the authorities just blocked my entrance to Hong Kong, illustrating the worsening problem.

Every American has the right to voice their support for democracy and human rights for Hong Kong. Full stop.

Every day, I’m inspired by the heroism of the countless protestors in Hong Kong working to advance the cause of democracy and human rights. Their bravery is reminding the world of the power of nonviolent action.

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