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Chinese companies purchasing farmland in U.S. near military bases with ‘nuclear arsenal’ and ‘drone technology’

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Sara Joined ‘Hannity’ to discuss thee concerning information that should terrify all Americans, which is that China has purchased almost 200,000 acres of America farmland; 300 of which is near an Air Force Base which boards “some of the nation’s most sensitive drone technology.”

“That should concern every American because I doubt we’re allowed to buy land in China, are we?” Hannity asked Carter. “No, we cannot Sean” which is why the federal government is investigating “massive land grabs by the Chinese.”

Carter explains that as of March, businesses with ties to the Chinese Communist government, had purchased $6.1 billion of land over the 12 months beforehand. Carter gives one specific example of land along the southern border which was purchased by a former Chinese military official which surrounds an Air Base.

But the biggest purchase being discussed was bought in Montana near a nuclear arsenal.

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Republican Senators Introduce ‘Securing America’s Land from Foreign Interference Act’ to Protect Farmland from Chinese

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Republican Senators Tom Cotton of Arkansas and Tommy Tuberville of Alabama, introduced a bill to protect the United States from China. Last week Sara Carter joined Fox News’ Sean Hannity to discuss the terrifying reality that China is buying a large amount of America’s farmland. Frankly, any amount is too much, but China has managed to purchase roughly 200,000 acres across the United States.

300 of those acres are near an Air Force Base which boards “some of the nation’s most sensitive drone technology.” On Tuesday, the two Republican senators introduced a bill with the aim of preventing members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) from purchasing any land in the United States.

The Blaze reports:

A similar bill (H.R.7892) was introduced into Congress on May 27, 2022, by Rep. Dan Newhouse, entitled Prohibition of Agricultural Land for the People’s Republic of China Act.

Cotton’s and Tuberville’s bill is, in part, a response to a report issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2020 indicating that “foreign persons held an interest in nearly 37.6 million acres of U.S. agricultural land.” They note in their announcement that “approximately 14 states have some level of foreign ownership restriction yet there are no federal restrictions on the amount of private U.S. agricultural land that can be owned.”

Chinese entities have acquired immense swaths of American soil and are poised to continue doing so. “Millions of acres in U.S. farmland are expected to change hands in the next decade.”

Whereas in 2010, China had invested in 13,720 acres of U.S. land, “by the end of 2020, the number had risen to 194,179 acres,” leaving China with a total of 352,140 acres of American land.

“Chinese investments in American farmland put our food security at risk,” said Cotton. Furthermore, these investments “provide opportunities for Chinese espionage against our military bases and critical infrastructure.”

Chinese entities have not just purchased farmland, but “bought $6.1 billion in U.S. real estate in 2022, according to the National Association of Realtors, and constituted 6% of foreign buyers.”

“We cannot continue giving our top adversary a foot in the door to purchase land in the United States and undermine our national security” added senator Tuberville.

 

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