LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Five GOP Michigan Senators penned a letter Tuesday to the state’s congressional representatives demanding “swift action” regarding the proposed Gotion battery plant in Big Rapids and its ties to China along with alleged connections to what they refer to as “adversarial” nations.

Michigan Senators Lana Theis, Ed McBroom, Joe Bellino, Dan Lauwers, and Kevin Daley asked Michigan’s two Democratic U.S. Senators and its 13 House representatives to “use all federal resources available to immediately investigate whether Gotion…has ties or contacts with foreign countries that have an adversarial relationship with the United States of America.”

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The letter is below.

The letter comes after Michigan News Source reported earlier on Tuesday that Michigan taxpayers could be subsidizing Taliban terrorists in Afghanistan with billions of U.S. dollars. Numerous sources showed a meeting between Gotion officials and Taliban leaders. There’s an alleged connection between Gotion utilizing the terrorist nation for its lithium mines. That material would then be sent to the proposed Big Rapids plant where batteries for electric vehicles would be produced.

For months, Whitmer and MEDC have been advocating for green energy policies and the idea of using taxpayer dollars to fund Gotion. In addition, both also cheered on a proposed Ford plant in Marshall with ties to the Chinese Communist Party.