Governor Kristi Noem expressed concern about China’s increasing land purchases near U.S. Strategic Air Force bases, stating that their agenda is to “destroy” the United States and become the world’s dominant power.
She urged aggressive action to address the issue, supporting a bill to evaluate and potentially halt land purchases near national security sites.
“In over just a ten-year period, we saw China increase their purchases of American ag land increase by 5,300%.” (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)
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“That means they aggressively changed their tactics to start buying up our land and they’re buying our land near our strategic Air Force bases, our national defense resources.”
“And they’re doing it in a way to continue to build this agenda to destroy the United States of America. They want to become the world’s dominating power.”
“The only way that they do that is by eliminating the United States of America.”
“So for 25 years, I’ve worked on food policy. I’ve watched them buy up our fertilizer companies, our chemical companies. They own our processing systems. Now they’re purchasing up our land.”
Noem emphasized the need for Congress to take action to prevent further impact on U.S. national security efforts.
“And America needs to wake up and recognize that aggressive action needs to happen,” she said.
“We’ve been working to address it in our state. But Congress needs to take action. That’s why I’m supporting Chairman Gallagher’s bill.”
“I’m asking him to put it in the National Defense Authorization Act. It would make sure that any kind of land purchase near these national security efforts would be evaluated and that CFIUS would have the authority to go forward and make sure that it stops and does not happen. That impacts here in the United States.”