"This thinking is foolish, dangerous and backwards," the former secretary of state said at a conference in Washington.
The new Twitter-style platform, launched Sunday, is touted as an anti-censorship platform for conservative voices.
"This fight for these things that I care so deeply about...that we have worked on and done our best to serve, to deliver, is something that we're just not going to walk away from," Pompeo said.
"A lot of folks saying 'I saw 2020 and I'm not letting that happen again. I'm not going to let HR1 pass. We're going to go crush this in two years,'" Pompeo said.
Wallace asked Pompeo why his State Department failed to condemn the Alexei Navalny poisoning and why Russia was able to complete 90 percent Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.
The former secretary of state said officials "didn't want the world to know" about a Chinese cover-up.
The former secretary of state, who has stuck to his COVID-19 origin theory for more than a year, said Tuesday the Chinese government "owes the world answers."
"I actually think you can do everything you can to drive the Japanese to the right place...we ought to absolutely do more with Taiwan. We tried to do that we made some progress. We didn't get all the way home for sure there's an awful lot of space left to there," ex-State Secretary Mike Pompeo said.
Sondland testified in Trump's 2019 impeachment trial, and his lawsuit alleges that Pompeo promised to reimburse him for $1.8 million worth of legal fees that Sondland accrued. Sondland alleges Pompeo "reneged on his promise" after hearing his testimony.
At least 212 people have been killed in the Gaza Strip, including 63 children, since Israeli airstrikes began last Monday.
The former secretary of state said the White House was being "played for a patsy" by Beijing.
The conspiracy theorists have claimed the former Secretary of State's post on Twitter has deep hidden meaning.
On March 30, Secretary of State Antony Blinken unveiled the annual State Department report on human rights abuses.
"Mr President, did you withdraw money from Central America to punish them?" Fox host Laura Ingraham asked. Former President Donald Trump replied "Absolutely, that's right."
The former secretary of state defended the work that the Trump administration did with Iran.
The former secretary of state said U.S. engagement with Taipei and Beijing would depend on China's behavior.
The new president seems ready to follow the path set by his predecessor. That may not sit well with big campaign contributors from Wall Street to Silicon Valley to Hollywood, who are fixated on the massive—and still growing—Chinese market.
"Could a Chinese lab worker have gotten infected or inadvertent leakage have touched off the outbreak in Wuhan?" the Washington Post editorial board asked.
"I care deeply about the American conservative movement for an awfully long time now. I aim to keep at it," Pompeo said.
"So how many of you remember Qasim Soleimani?" Mike Pompeo said at CPAC. "Allah rest his soul."
The WHO announced it's ending its investigation into the Wuhan lab's ties to the coronavirus pandemic.
The former statesman was described as a true "patriot" by top officials and policy influencers.
The former secretary of state reiterated Trump administration concerns relating to a wide range of Chinese policies after a Communist Party official called him a "rat" on Monday.
The emergence in Congress of a bipartisan view of China as a serious threat to American interests may see the Biden administration take an equally tough stance on Beijing's policies.
Beijing officials warned "raging anti-China sentiment" is a bipartisan agreement in Washington, and the "new U.S. government is not a cure of American malaise."
Post-departure measures against Trump and his key officials speak to the fury his administration's policies elicited among America's rivals.
Pompeo is among those tipped to run for the 2024 GOP nomination, and his close ties with Trump could either help or hinder a bid for the White House.
President Biden must stand firm on Secretary of State Pompeo's genocide determination.
China accused the former officials of undermining Beijing's "national sovereignty, security and development interests."