Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ripped into China last night in a series of tweets on the 30-year anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre:

And he’s urging the Chinese government to finally “make a full, public accounting of those killed or missing”:

We urge the Chinese government to make a full, public accounting of those killed or missing to give comfort to the many victims of this dark chapter of history. Such a step would begin to demonstrate the Communist Party’s willingness to respect human rights and fundamental freedoms. We call on China to release all those held for seeking to exercise these rights and freedoms, halt the use of arbitrary detention, and reverse counterproductive policies that conflate terrorism with religious and political expression. China’s own constitution stipulates that all power belongs to the people. History has shown that nations are stronger when governments are responsive to their citizens, respect the rule of law, and uphold human rights and fundamental freedoms.

It’s not known how many died, but the number could be in the thousands:

And China is pretty pissed at Sec. Pompeo, accusing him of a “serious violation of international law”:

China is currently censoring any mention of the anniversary from Western media sources:

And this is a powerful thread that shows just how much China wants to control the narrative: