House of Representatives Pushes Through Ban on China-Controlled TikTok

The United States House of Representatives voted Wednesday to ban the Chinese social media app TikTok.

  • The Protecting Americans From Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act was overwhelmingly accepted by the House, winning 352 to 65, with one member voting “present.”

The act still has to pass the Senate and President Joe Biden, who said he would sign the act should it reach him.

The threat: China’s threat is the main impetus for banning TikTok. The app is a threat for a few reasons:

China’s rise is a threat to the West. Bible prophecy warns that China will continue to fill the void as America withdraws from its global leadership position.

Learn more: Read “Wake Up to the Threat From China.”