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Where is Peng Shuai?

Peng Shuai, 35, is a professional world class #1 ranking tennis player from Xiangtan, and one of China’s most successful tennis players.

Peng Shuai confessed and on social media that she had been sexually assaulted by former Vice premier Zhang Gaoli, before “willingly becoming his mistress.” Her statement marks the highest sexual misconduct allegation in the Chinese Communist Party’s digital history.

According to her post, Zhang Gaoli, apparently sexually assaulted world-class tennis player Peng Shuai. Now, as she had become his “mistress” she needed to finally break her silence to the world.

This would be the highest accusations in China, accusing a top level official of high crime.


Zhang Gaoli

Zhang Gaoli had a history of close relations with foreign leaders, include Former U.S. President Obama. Gaoli also has a history of sexual assault.


The Woman’s Tennis Association (WTA) is calling for complete transparency with Peng Shuai’s disappearance, as well as a full investigation into his allegations. The organization publicly demanded to end the suppression of her story, which was removed shortly after being published.

The WTA cited their expectations, stating “We expect this issue to be handled properly, meaning the allegations must be investigated fully, fairly, transparently and without censorship. Our absolute and unwavering priority is the health and safety of our players. We are speaking out so justice can be done.”


Conclusion

Peng Shuai’s disappearance foreshadows the potential future of America: speak out against the government, and disappear, coming soon to a nation near you. This c an already be observed with Big Tech’s censorship, and the corporate suppression of resistance to the mainstream media narrative of the state. In many ways, authoritarianism has already begun in America, as an increasing demand for modernized socialism begins to pave the way for a domestic communist regime. As influential figures and U.S. government officials overlook Peng Shuai’s disappearance, it only signals to the Chinese Communist Party that their influence to expand, and become a global superpower, will not be resisted from leaders throughout western society.


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