Senator Marshall Releases Statement On House-Passed TikTok Legislation 

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D., released the following statement on the U.S. House of Representatives’ passage of the Protecting Americans from Foreign Adversaries Act. This legislation would force the sale of TikTok from the CCP-backed company ByteDance.

“My number one job in the Senate is to provide for the safety and security of Kansas families. That is why, as long as the CCP owns it, TikTok needs to be banned,” Senator Marshall said. “Americans always think the best of people, but we can’t underestimate China and its relentless war against America. Every data point gathered through TikTok, the CCP’s surveillance platform, can and will be used against us. This is a matter of national security, and I look forward to this bill coming to the Senate Floor quickly.”