Liberal Colorado Governor Jared Polis refuses to ban Chinese surveillance tool from Colorado government devices

By Duncan Luning
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Governments across the world are taking steps to push back against the communist Chinese surveillance tool TikTok while Colorado Governor Jared Polis refuses to take a stand in Colorado against the Communist Party of China. 

Last week, Campfire Colorado founder Matt Connelly called on Polis to ban the communist surveillance tool from state devices in Colorado and delete it from his own phone. Polis has refused to take any action.

This week, the European Union and Canada joined the U.S. Federal Government, Denver city government, and states across the U.S. in banning the surveillance tool from government devices. 

Stay tuned for more developments on this issue as we continue to ask questions surrounding Gov. Polis’s failure to push back against the Communist Party of China.  

🔥 CAMPFIRE: Connelly: Jared Polis should ban TikTok from Colorado state devices and delete the Chinese spy tool from his own phone – Read More

🔥 ABC NEWS: Biden admin gives federal agencies 30 days to ban TikTok – Read More

🔥 REUTERS: U.S. House panel approves bill giving Biden power to ban TikTok – Read More

🔥 CNN: EU bans TikTok from official devices across all three government institutions – Read More

🔥 BBC NEWS: Canada bans TikTok on government devices – Read More

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About the Author:

Duncan Luning is Campfire Colorado’s Capitol Correspondent. Follow him on Twitter @DuncanLuning.