Pompeo: U.N. Hit ‘New Low’ With Resolution Critical Of US Race And Police Issues

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo chided the Human Rights Council of the United Nations for passing a resolution that criticized the United States over its police tactics and race relations.

“The United Nations Human Rights Council, now comprised of Venezuela and, recently, Cuba and China, has long been and remains a haven for dictators and democracies that indulge them,” Pompeo said in a statement.

“It is a grave disappointment to those genuinely seeking to advance human dignity. Even so, the Council’s decision to vote yesterday on a resolution focusing on policing and race in the United States marks a new low.”

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