That article proves that the drama is actually about people wanting to advertise Christianity, not about practicing Christianity:
According to Zhang Wei* a local contact for Open Doors: “At times of major events like this, ministers are warned to ‘behave’, ‘be quiet’ and ‘remain invisible in the public domain’.” Pastors who are suspected of conducting church activities other than low-profile regular Sunday services can be forced to have what are known as ‘tea meetings’ with local party officials – these contain rather more threats and interrogation than actual tea.
People in China have the right to avoid religion, so you need to keep it lowkey and private. The pastors are allowed to perform the regular services, but beyond that, which it doesn't specify, but really refers to advertising and spreading the teachings to a mass audience, is forbidden. And China does have a point. People should have a right to avoid religion. If they are interested in learning about it they will seek it out. China expertly balances the situation.
It says the information comes from the Associated Press, the biggest offender in liberal fake news media, so we can take those claims with a grain of salt.
China does regulate religion, like it regulates guys, however. You are allowed to practice religion, and you are allowed to be gay. You just can't advertise it or push your ideology onto others. Religious activities need to stay at home or in the church. In China you have a right to avoid religion and you have a right to avoid homosexual propaganda. This can be at odds with the Christian need to save others and "spread the word", which is what some of the misrepresented drama is about in those articles. The truth in China is that there is no problem if you keep your ideology to yourself.
Again, your info comes from the liberal media talking crap about a country it hates. Of course what you read is misrepresented and a lie.
Your hate for China and love for Tiawan comes from the liberal media and the school system. In reality China is a very conservative country which bans gay propaganda in media, and Taiwan is the liberal panacea where Chinese gays go to live among other gays. China is hated because it has traditional values and does not tolerate degeneracy. This is also why Russia is hated. The two biggest conservative powers are the most hated in the media. You should think carefully about whether you were lied to.
Based on past history with Arizona officials investigating or delaying or talking about decertifying, I suspect the situation is more like "I am willing to certify this, but I will need a large sum of money in my bank account, and I know the liberals have the money"
In Gematria we get "We will prevail" and "Seventeen Seventy Six"
Even if their bosses told them to support and slant stories towards Republicans, they would rebel and protest about free speech, or would do a half-assed job of it. They are in that job to promote their own liberal views and narrative. Cabal controlled or white-hat controlled, it wouldn't make a difference as to what the media supports.
Trying to force a loser leftist to write negative statements about how he's a loser leftist isn't going to get you very far. The only solution is to fire them all and hire conservative journalists, of which there are few and lacking in supply. Again, it is mainly liberals who become journalists.
The problem is that Journalists are inherently liberal losers. Conservatives get real jobs. The few conservative journalists are only in that position because they are jaded by the situation and are driven to oppose the liberal narrative, not because they want to report news and win prizes.
Not even Q can convince an industry which is more than 90% liberal to support the opposite narrative to their personal choice.
Well yeah, the earth is a circle.