California representatives (Young California) and Michelle Steel (Michelle Steel) said in an interview: “As the first Korean Republican woman to serve in Congress, we hope to empower and strengthen those who want to serve their communities And Pacific Islander) communities.” A statement. “We talked to Sery Kim yesterday about her harmful and untrue comments about Chinese immigrants and made it clear that her comments were unacceptable.”
She continued: “They stole our intellectual property rights, gave us the coronavirus, and did not hold themselves accountable. I can say that this is because I am a Korean.”
The congresswoman said in a statement on Friday, “They urged her to apologize and clarify her remarks, especially at a time when hatred of the AAPI community is increasing.”
They added: “However, she did not publicly express her remorse. Her words are contrary to our position.” “We cannot continue to support her candidacy with conscience. We will continue to speak out to support our AAPI community.”
When commenting on the revoked approval, Sery Kim said in a statement on Friday: “I am shocked to oppose the hatred of Asian Americans. The free media targeted me, an Asian and an immigrant, to paint My face. As a representative of anti-Asia and anti-immigration, I just oppose the Chinese Communist Party that opposes oppression.”
In an interview with CNN on Thursday, Sery Kim said that her speech the day before was “targeted at the Chinese Communist Party, not at Asian Americans, especially to escape this oppression.” Chinese immigrants in a sexual regime.”
She added that she did not reserve any comments. She insisted on what she said at the event, including claiming in an interview with the Dallas Morning News that anti-Asian violence has not deteriorated in the past year.
She told the newspaper: “The biggest difference at the moment is that people are filming it, and the media choose to report it.” “Asian people have been facing violence. This is not worse than before.”