Hundreds in Michigan Residents Protest China-Owned EV Battery Plant

  • Hundreds of people in Michigan protested this weekend about the national security concerns related to a Chinese-owned electric vehicle battery plant being built in the northern part of the state.
  • “How many abuses have we seen over the years from China? And to think that they will set up a battery factory in our state and they will just play by the rules? That makes no sense whatsoever,” said Michigan Republican Party Chairwoman Kristina Karamo said.
  • The company, Gotion, plans on building the plant 100 miles from Camp Grayling, where the Taiwanese military is being trained by the Michigan National Guard.
  • Gotion’s corporate documents state that “the company shall set up a party organization and carry out party activities in accordance with the Constitution of the Communist Party of China.
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