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Letter: Let the people vote on Fufeng

After many questions to the COO, his most common answer was, “I don’t see that happening,” and “that probably won’t happen,” etc., etc.

Letter to the editor FSA
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First, I want to congratulate the City Council for trying to make Grand Forks a better place to live. I love most of our new mayor's ideas.

I read the article in the Grand Forks Herald on March 30, by Fufeng’s COO, Eric Chutorash. The question-and-answer segment was very entertaining, and yet very shameful for Chutorash.

After many questions to the COO, his most common answer was, “I don’t see that happening,” and “that probably won’t happen,” etc., etc.

This guy is the standard, perfect politician. They simply can’t ever answer a question with a yes or no. It’s always a smoke screen they hope we are too stupid to see through. The answers were a diversion, a tap dance.

Is the city really wanting to get involved with Communist Party China, a country that imprisons more than one million Uyghurs?They also have jailed thousands of Muslims and have built facilities for one million more.

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Nancy Pelosi told the USA Olympic team to keep their comments and mouths shut with any derogatory comments about China.

Has Fufeng signed a contract, saying if any harm, maize smell, shortage of Red River water or any other major concerns, that could hurt single situations or devastate the Grand Forks area, the plant would have to shut down?

One of the main questions asked to the COO of Fufeng was does China benefit from the assets or profits. The COO answers, “Not directly.” This guy isn’t the sharpest razor in the box. He just blatantly lied to everyone. I will put my life on the line, the assets will somehow end up in China.

Who in their right mind would want to do business with a despicable country that has publicly said it wants to dominate the USA!

Let the people speak. Let’s get the voting started.

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