In a Fox News Interview, Sen. Lindsey Graham said that Apple is make a huge mistake by siding with the Chinese Communist party and their crackdowns on protests throughout China. He told Fox, “I like Apple. They’re a great American company. But the Chinese Communist Party writes the rules of the road. And to do business in China, you either leave the customer base or you follow their lead.” Chinese protestors have been rising up against brutal COVID lockdowns that have continued on for nearly 3 years.

Graham went on:

“The NBA has appeased China. The movie industry appeases China, now Apple. And I think this is a — this is a mistake,” he continued. “So, you have got Apple threatening to take Twitter out of the Apple Store and at the same time doing the bidding of the Communist Party, restricting sharing of information to people who are trying to protest.”

“I think we have got it backwards here,” he added. “And I think what drives this is just money and market share.”

In similar news, Elon Musk met with Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday and Cook confirmed that Apple would not remove Twitter from the App Store. “Among other things, we resolved the misunderstanding about Twitter potentially being removed from the App Store. Tim was clear that Apple never considered doing so.” said Musk.

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