DIPSHIDIOT MARC CUBAN ON CHINA
Marc Cuban declared that he is against human rights violations around the world, including in China, with the Dallas Mavericks owner adding during a podcast interview with Megyn Kelly airing on Monday that he is “OK doing business with China” because “we have to pick our battles.”
In the oftentimes combative interview, Kelly reeled off several human rights abuses carried out by the Chinese government, which has been accused of the ethnic cleansing of Muslims, torture, forced labor, coercive population controls, forced abortions and forced sterilizations.
“The question remains, why won’t you and the NBA explicitly condemn that?” she asked Cuban, one of the league’s most vocal owners.
“I personally put a priority on domestic issues. I’m against human rights violations around the world,” he responded.
“Including the ones in China?” Kelly asked.
“China is not the only country with human rights violations,” Cuban replied.
DIPSHIDIOT MARC CUBAN ON CHINA AND THEIR MONEY
“Including China, Mark?” she later pressed after some cross-talk.
“Yes, including China. Any human rights violations anywhere are wrong,” Cuban responded before also mentioning Turkey and some countries in Africa as other places where abuses occur.
“Why would the NBA take $500 million dollars-plus from a country that is engaging in ethnic cleansing?” Kelly later asked.
“So basically, you’re saying nobody should do business with China ever,” Cuban retorted.
“Why won’t you just answer my question?” she replied.
“Because they are a customer,” he said. “They are a customer of ours, and guess what, Megyn? I’m OK with doing business with China. And so we have to pick our battles. I wish we could solve all the world’s problems. But we can’t.”
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