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Most Americans are familiar with the tale of the Trojan horse, in which Greek warriors hid inside a hollow horse statue left at the gates of Troy in an attempt to fool their enemy and win the decade-long Trojan War. Eventually, the Trojans opened the gates, pulled the horse in, and the rest, as they say, is history.

In our modern lexicon, the term Trojan horse is typically used to convey what Merriam-Webster defines as, “someone or something intended to defeat or subvert from within usually by deceptive means.”

That definition certainly applies to the situation in Michigan, where the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is attempting to “subvert from within” by backing a lithium battery components factory in Big Rapids.

However, unlike the circumstances in Troy, in which Trojan leaders were tricked by their enemy into accepting a “gift” that turned out to hasten their downfall, Michigan leaders are in cahoots with the enemy by making it as easy as possible for the CCP to successfully conduct its twenty-first-century rendition of the Trojan horse ploy in the heartland of the United States.

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This week, the Michigan Senate approved $175 million in taxpayer subsidies to Gotion Inc. for the construction of a three-million-square-foot electric vehicle battery parts manufacturing facility in Green Charter Township.

The plan, known as Project Elephant, “is the biggest ever economic development project in Northern Michigan and will shore up our status as the global hub of mobility and electrification,” said Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

The incentives package offered by Michigan also includes a “Designated Renaissance Zone estimated to be worth $540 million.”

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