Less threatening than chow mein

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7 Responses to Less threatening than chow mein

  1. NFA says:

    Lucky we have Mike Burgess to keep an eye on this sort of activity.

  2. Award that man a Huawei phone!

  3. Fat Tony says:

    Tik Tok is a “national security threat” in the sense that non-cabal clips are posted for the riff-raff to see.

  4. Jannie says:

    Tik Tok may have some positive stuff, but it also hosts the sickest of woke activists and perverts. Its owned by the CCP to undermine the West, but the material is censored or banned in China. The Great Chinese fire wall bans everything not approved on a case by case basis.

  5. C.L. says:

    I’d take the Western world’s concerns about TikTok more seriously if it hadn’t adopted China’s society and economy destroying covid nazism with unquestioning loyalty.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    The CEO yesterday admitted the app was keystroke logging user’s input.

    That is extremely creepy.

    Be fun if there’s a war and every Tik Tok user in the West finds their bank accounts cleaned out.

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