Burgum Supported CCP Colonization, Dissed Trump

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Last Updated on July 7, 2024

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum’s name is being floated as a potential running mate for 45th President Trump in this year’s election, but Burgum has a history of supporting the Chinese communist colonization of America and of stabbing President Trump in the back at the behest of the corporate media.

Doug Burgum initially supported a communist Chinese company’s plan to build a $700 million corn mill in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Grand Forks, the state’s third-largest city, is just 16 miles from the Grand Forks Air Force Base, where the military formerly stored nuclear weapons.

Burgum called the Chinese effort, which became known as the “Fufeng Project” and included the purchase of American land in North Dakota, a “huge opportunity” for North Dakota and the community of Grand Forks.

“Adding value to our corn and other raw commodities is critical to North Dakota’s long-term economic success, and this value-added project represents a huge opportunity for producers and workers in the Grand Forks area and our entire state,” Gov. Doug Burgum said in 2021, according to a news release published by the City of Grand Forks.

“We’re grateful for the leadership by [Grand Forks] Mayor Bochenski, city and county officials and the Grand Forks Region EDC in moving this important project closer to fruition,” Burgum added.

Burgum and Fufeng

Despite his early support of the “Fufeng Project,” Burgum flip-flopped on the issue as he ran for the GOP nomination for President, and now, as he jockeys for a possible Trump VP slot, he’s doubling down, and even claiming that he never supported the Fufeng Project, which was officially shut down in 2023 thanks to widespread opposition from concerned North Dakotans and public officials.

In addition to the people of North Dakota, the Fufeng Project was opposed by the United States Air Force and members of Congress from multiple states, who cited national security concerns.

Chinese land purchases in the US, which have raised serious alarms in recent years, are related to the Chinese Communist Party’s Belt and Road Initiative for global economic dominance. Frequently, American lands sought by the communist Chinese are in proximity to military bases and other secure locations, like the Grand Forks Air Force Base, for instance.

Elsewhere, China has begun what resemble full-fledged colonization projects, constructing large-scale Chinese industry and surrounding communities in Africa and South America, among other regions.

As mentioned, Doug Burgum’s name is being floated as a potential vice presidential pick, despite his attempt to challenge Trump for the GOP nomination earlier this year.

At times, Burgum was accused of running in the race in hopes of winning a Trump cabinet position, or even the VP slot, allegations that he has firmly denied.

Since dropping out of the race, Burgum has tried positioning himself as a public Trump supporter, even showing up at Trump’s New York City trial in a showing of support.

But contrary to the pro-Trump updated version of Doug Burgum, not long ago, he was dissing the 45th President at the behest of the corporate media.

In a 2023 interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd, Burgum was asked if he’d “ever do business with Donald Trump,” to which he replied, “I don’t think so.”

“I just think that it’s important that you’re judged by the company you keep and I…” Burgum trailed on.

“You just wouldn’t do business with him?” Todd followed up.

“No, I wouldn’t,” Burgum confirmed.

Watch Burgum’s anti-Trump video clip HERE

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