According to a recent report, Rep. Elissa Slotkin’s own staff admitted she signed a non-disclosure agreement to bring a company tied to the Chinese Communist Party to Michigan.
The company, a Chinese battery manufacturer, has pledged to adhere “to Communist Party doctrine,” and may even pose a threat to U.S. national security.
Now Slotkin wants Michigan voters to send her to the U.S. Senate?
Shady Elissa Slotkin secretly tried to help Gotion, a controversial Chinese company, secure a business deal in Michigan.
Slotkin’s staff admitted she signed a hush agreement called an NDA that hides her conversations with Gotion, which has ties to the Chinese Communist Party.
Gotion pledged allegiance to the Chinese Communist Party. Its founder is a former member of the Communist Chinese government who worked with Chinese Dictator Xi Jinping. The company has pledged to ensure it is “adhering to Communist Party doctrine and furthering its objectives.”
Gotion allegedly had plans to bring hundreds of Chinese nationals to Michigan to work on the project.
Gotion is in debt to a Chinese bank which operates in accordance with “the Constitution of the Communist Party of China…”
The company has pledged to ensure it is “adhering to Communist Party doctrine and furthering its objectives.”
SLOTKIN’S GOTION PROJECT MAY EVEN POSE A NATIONAL SECURITY THREAT
The Chinese-backed facility would be built within miles of the Big Rapids Michigan National Guard Armory and Camp Grayling, where Michigan servicemembers are preparing for a potential CCP attack on Taiwan.
Two former U.S. Ambassadors have asked the Justice Department to investigate Elissa Slotkin as a possible foreign agent of China.