From the famines, purges, and gulags of the Soviet Union to Mao’s Great Leap Forward and the Killing Fields of the Khmer Rouge, communist regimes have killed nearly 100 million people over the past century. Congress should support a museum to memorialize those victims and preserve this history for future generations to learn from.
There’s no need for a museum to highlight the atrocities committed by communist regimes and honor the victims of, and dissidents who fought against such oppression. Congress has more important things to do than worry about museums that could get built on federal property. This will anger communist regimes in places like China.