During the third night of the Republican National Convention, Chen Guangcheng, a blind refugee from China, fiercely criticized the inhuman practices of the Chinese Communist Party.
Chen, who was persecuted in his own country for arguing against the CCP's "one child" policy, said he was "prosecuted, beaten, sent to prison, and put under house arrest" by the government for speaking out.
"The CCP is an enemy of humanity. It is terrorizing its own people, and it is threatening the well being of the world. In China, expressing beliefs or ideas not approved by the CCP, religion, democracy, human rights, can lead to prison," Chen said. "The nation lives under mass surveillance and censorship."
Chen concluded his brief speech by endorsing President Trump and telling Americans they "need to support, vote, and fight for President Trump for the sake of the world."
"President Trump had led on this and we need the other countries to join him in this fight, a fight for our future. Standing up to fight unfairness isn't easy, I know. So does President Trump, but he has shown the courage to lead that fight," Chen said.