Trump Bans Chinese Globohomo App TikTok

Another decent gesture from Trump.


For weeks, Charlie Gu has been preparing for the door to close on WeChat. 

A San Francisco marketing agency owner whose business helps American brands reach Chinese consumers, Gu uses the mobile communications app extensively in his personal and professional lives. Since the Trump administration issued executive orders banning WeChat and TikTok, another popular Chinese-owned mobile app, on Aug. 6, Gu has been answering clients’ questions about what it means for them. 

Still, when the U.S. Commerce Department announced Friday that the WeChat ban would take effect Sunday night, it caught him off guard. 

“A lot of people are in shock that it’s actually happening,” he said. “I have to say, this is quite a shock.”

If the news was hard to see coming, it may be because the government’s campaign against TikTok and WeChat has been unpredictable from the start, full of surprise left turns — such as Oracle swooping in under Microsoft’s nose to become the leading contender to take over TikTok’s U.S. operations — and false starts, including Trump’s promise to extract a payment to the Treasury from any transaction resulting from the orders, later abandoned. 

It’s still far from clear how the saga will turn out, with a U.S. district judge indicating she may issue an injunction to prevent the WeChat order from kicking in, at least temporarily, and the success of Oracle’s bid not guaranteed. 

Announcing the restrictions Friday, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said in a statement they “prove once again that President Trump will do everything in his power to guarantee our national security and protect Americans from the threats of the Chinese Communist Party.” 

Under the Commerce Department’s guidance, American companies, including Apple and Google, are being instructed to remove WeChat from their mobile app stores. The department also said WeChat’s ability to transfer funds in the U.S. would be curtailed.

After 11:59 Sunday night, TikTok users in the U.S. will not be able to access updates to the TikTok app, which could cause a gradual degradation of the app’s services, Commerce Department officials said. TikTok confirmed the order would block new app downloads.

TikTok is a literal cesspit of mud sharks, faggots, dykes, leftists and negroes. It is cancer.

On top of that, it’s a Chinese dating mining operation to get information on American citizens. All of these types of gay apps need to be banned and replaced with a White Power app that informs users of black crime rates and jewish historical perfidy.

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