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Codepink leftists refuse to slam Uyghur detentions, talk up 'freedom'

Members of the anti-war feminist group Codepink have rejected claims that they take money from Beijing but have refused to condemn the detention of Uyghurs and other human rights abuses in China. House Republicans have launched a probe into the group's ties to the Chinese Communist Party. Codepink activists denied taking cash from Beijing but appeared unwilling to criticize China's human rights record. The group has shifted its stance on China since its co-founder Jodie Evans married tech entrepreneur Neville Roy Singham, who has ties to the CCP. Codepink now has a campaign entitled 'China is Not our Enemy.'

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