A small town in Michigan showed us exactly what needs to happen all over the country when they voted out their ENTIRE local government, rising up against them for supporting a Chinese-owned electric battery plant in their city.
Green Charter Township, a town with roughly 3,200 people located in central Michigan, voted to replace the entire city’s township board and wasted NO TIME getting to work.
Just hours after the vote took place, they changed the locks on townhall to ensure that the former leaders, who tried to cut a shady deal with a company named Gotion Inc., would not have access.
Gotion is a manufacturer of batteries for electric vehicles and though it has headquarters in Silicon Valley, their parent company is based in – and linked to – Communist China.
The seven former elected officials had inked a $2 billion deal with Gotion back in December 2020, allowing the communists to make this small American town the home of their newest plant – but the residents were NOT on board.
When documents were uncovered proving that Gotion was required to act in accordance with the “constitution of the Communist Party of China” and “ensure necessary conditions for carrying out party activities,” things got even worse.
Citizens angrily confronted former leaders for selling them out.
One resident yelled, “China is our number-one enemy!” and another shouted, “My family members fought communism, and you’re bringing it right here!”
Green Charter residents then decided only a November recall of the entire board could stop this treason and were able to pull it off.
This is the exact type of thing that needs to happen across the entire country if we hope to take back this country from the communists that have it firmly in their grasps.
Watch the video here to see the blueprint for how we can fight back.
Latest from Green Charter Township, Michigan where citizens just took out their entire local government in an effort to stop a Chinese affiliated battery plant from being built: pic.twitter.com/jvrO8aTHTo
— Brian Entin (@BrianEntin) November 8, 2023