People Chant ‘USA!’ After City Council Votes Down Chinese Project

  • Officials in Grand Forks, North Dakota, have voted to strike down a Chinese company’s proposed corn mill after the U.S. Air Force said its proximity to a military base would pose a national security risk.
  • The 5-0 unanimous vote Monday night from the Grand Forks City Council surrounding the Fufeng Group project was met with cheers and chants of “USA!” from the public in attendance.
  • Prior to the meeting, Grand Forks Mayor Brandon Bochenski, during an interview on “The Story with Martha MacCallum,” told Fox News that the city had options to “basically deny infrastructure and deny building permits.
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