Protests In China as Business Owners Face Bankruptcy; Lawsuits Against Chinese Regime
Close to 9,000 business owners protested in Shenzhou City of China’s Hunan province, saying that they are risking bankruptcy and were calling on the local government for help. Chinese police attempted to break up the protests. And international lawsuits are now growing against the Chinese regime for its coverup of the CCP virus, which allowed the virus to spread more rapidly and left much of the world unprepared.
These stories and more in today’s episode of Crossroads.