Floods in China Reach Biblical Proportions; Why Would TikTok Spy On Americans | Crossroads | Joshua
Rains have lasted over 30 days and are continuing. And many other disasters are hitting at once including tornadoes, hailstorms, torrents, mudslides, and earthquakes — in addition to a possible new virus outbreak from the swine flu, and also expected locusts.
In Chongqing, recordings show huge scope landslides hurrying towards roadways, and inhabitants were cautioned by authorities they might be at risk for floodwaters in the event that they live underneath the fourth floor in their structures as water levels could supposedly reach more than 600 feet. In Beijing, hailstorms proceed. In Sichuan upstream of the Three Gorges Dam, a 4.5 size seismic tremor hit on July 2. Flooding proceeds in 26 regions of China, and there are expanded admonitions of a disappointment in the Three Gorges Dam.
Also, for what reason would TikTok spy on Americans? We take an inside and out glance at ongoing information proposing TikTok was keeping an eye on client information, and look into the history of the company and its leadership.