Ted Lieu

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Ted Lieu
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U.S. Representative from California's 33rd Congressional District
From: January 3, 2015 – present
Predecessor Henry Waxman
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
California State Senate, 28th District
From: February 11, 2011 – November 30, 2014
Predecessor Jenny Oropeza
Successor Ben Allen
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Betty Lieu
Religion Roman Catholic (in name only, see below)
Military Service
Service/branch United States Air Force
Service Years 1995 – 1999 (active)
2000 – present (reserve)
Rank Colonel
Ted Lieu (born 1969 in Taiwan) is a member of the United States House of Representatives and House Judiciary Committee from California. Lieu is an anti-constitutionalist and outspoken opponent of free speech.[1] Bre Payton of The Federalist wrote,
"Lieu’s comments fall in line with the Democratic Party’s platform, which explicitly calls for overturning the First Amendment to enable lawmakers to regulate who can say what about politicians."[2]

Two weeks later Payton was dead at the age of 26 of "mysterious causes". Lieu works closely with the Progressive Democrats of America and some Democratic Socialists of America members. Lieu has close ties to the leftist Council on American Islamic Relations and works closely with China Committee of 100.[3]

During the sham impeachment of President Trump, Lieu defended Hunter Biden receiving $50,000 a month kickbacks in the Biden-Burisma scandal, half of which was paid to Hunter's father, Joe Biden.[4]


Lieu, a leftist, supports unrestricted abortion, gun control, and was a sponsor of the communist Medicare for All bill.[5]

False statements

See also: Liberal stupidity

In one of his anti-Trump sentiments, Lieu erroneously claimed that Richard Nixon was impeached.[6]


Covington Catholic smear

Lieu participated in the egregious smear against the Covington Catholic kids.[7] He also falsely professes to be a true Christian, as he cites the charity of Jesus Christ to attempt justifying the welfare state.[8]


In 2019 Lieu attempted to smear commentator Candace Owens as a white supremacist in a televised Congressional hearing; Owens famously exposed Lieu, in the most watched C-SPAN video of all time, as a Democrat leader who "thinks Black people are stupid."[9]

See also