We looked inside some of the tweets by @SecPompeo and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
No regime suppresses faith on a larger scale than the Chinese Communist Party. Over 1 million Uyghurs and other Muslims have been forced into internment camps, subject to surveillance, torture, forced abortions, and sterilizations– all part of the CCP's decades-long war on faith. https://t.co/iTDyP31P3d
Soon, we will announce a range of additional measures to strengthen enforcement of @UN sanctions on Iran. Our maximum pressure campaign on the Iranian regime will continue until it stops spreading chaos, violence, and bloodshed.
We will not hesitate to enforce our sanctions, and we expect all @UN Member States to fully comply with their obligations under these re-imposed restrictions.
Virtually all @UN sanctions have returned on Iran, the leading state sponsor of terrorism and anti-Semitism. This includes a permanent extension of the arms embargo. This is great news for peace in the region!
Bringing a great trip to a close with a stop in the Lone Star State. Looking forward to joining @Prestonwood for services tomorrow.
Why is the Islamic Republic of Iran so dangerous? It is an outlaw regime that will do whatever it takes to maintain its grip on power and spread its violent, revolutionary ideology. Read our full report. https://t.co/shFXR2nSWu
As steadfast friends, the U.S. and Colombia are working together to meet the public health needs arising from COVID-19 and improve conditions for Venezuelans forced to flee the Maduro regime's disastrous policies. Good seeing @IvanDuque today to reaffirm our enduring partnership. https://t.co/e6S3nieGRz
The @StateDept has been a strong voice for religious freedom in China and around the world and has taken steps to hold those who abuse the faithful responsible. We will continue to do so and stand with China's Catholics and religious believers. We call on the Vatican to join us.
Catholics are among Hong Kong's strongest voice for human rights, including Martin Lee and @JimmyLaiApple. Beijing has arrested, spied on, and harassed them for the "crime" of promoting freedom. The Vatican should stand with fellow Catholics and the people of Hong Kong.
Two years ago, the Holy See reached an agreement with the Chinese Communist Party, hoping to help China's Catholics. Yet the CCP’s abuse of the faithful has only gotten worse. The Vatican endangers its moral authority, should it renew the deal. https://t.co/fl0TEnYxKS
Wheels up from Boa Vista. The United States is a long-standing partner and friend to the people of Brazil. We are neighbors, and what happens to one affects us all. https://t.co/7hFTLQANgi