Outgoing vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General John Hyten, said recently that China’s military is developing at stunning speed, and that China poses a major threat to the U.S.
As a presidential candidate, Joe Biden said that the Chinese are “not bad folks, folks” and “they are no competition for us.”
A few years earlier, Joe’s son Hunter Biden partnered with the Chinese government to fund nuclear technology.
With President Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping due to “meet virtually” Monday amid Chinese muscle-flexing vis a vis Taiwan and a softening of U.S. policy towards China, the time is ripe for a review of the financial ties linking the Biden family and political networks to the People’s Republic of China.
Joe Biden has a long history of currying favor with China.
In 2000, when he was the lead Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Biden called for normal trade relations with the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Since 2001, when the PRC ascended to the WTO, America has lost 3.7 million jobs to China. Outsourcing manufacturing to the PRC has hollowed out the U.S. manufacturing base and decreased American competitiveness, slowing innovation. Additionally, it has left the U.S. dependent on supply chains which China controls, including supply chains for defense critical materials.
During the Obama administration, Biden pushed to allow Chinese firms, including state-owned and state-controlled firms, to list on U.S. securities exchanges. Currently, there are 248 Chinese companies listed on the three largest U.S. exchanges — NASDAQ, New York Stock Exchange, and NYSE American — with a total market capitalization of $2.2 trillion. This means that the Chinese Communist Party that rules China with unchecked power has been able to obtain funding from U.S. citizens, institutional and private investors, as well as U.S. pension funds.
When, at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump took measures to close U.S. borders to travel from China, Biden attributed it to “xenophobia.”
Several of Biden’s appointees, as well as his son Hunter, have had significant financial dealings with the Chinese Communist Party.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken cofounded WestExec Advisors, which, as part of its work, connected American corporations and academic institutions with China. Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki also worked for WestExec. On its website, the company boasted that it had helped American universities obtain funding from China. The company has since removed records of its China work from its website, although it still offers China business connection services.
One of Biden’s first hires was Kurt Michael Campbell, who was appointed White House Asia coordinator, or “Asia Czar.” Formerly, he was board vice chairman of the U.S.-China Strong Foundation, which was linked to both the Confucius Institute and the United Front Work Department, the propaganda and influence arm of the CCP, which focuses on foreigners and Chinese outside of the PRC.
As one of his first acts as president, Biden revoked Trump’s executive order banning TikTok and WeChat from operating in the U.S unless sold by their Chinese parent companies. This was in spite of President Trump having found that WeChat “allow[s] the Chinese Communist party access to Americans’ personal and proprietary information.” Under China’s Cybersecurity Law and National Intelligence Law, Chinese companies and people are obligated to turn over all data to the CCP and are required to aid the party in intelligence gathering. Both Tikok and WeChat are known to be used by the CCP to spy on foreign nationals and to train the Chinese government’s AI systems.
Hunter Biden has maintained long-standing business arrangements with China government entities, from which he earned millions. There is also evidence that Joe Biden knew and may have received payment from these entities, as well.
While Biden puts an early lid on activities every day for his diaper change, sippy cup, and nap time, and the military is in tatters with a sideshow of the “diversity” and “inclusiveness” of gender and race identity fruitcakes, the ChiComs are busy marching ahead with their military buildup.
Ex-Hunter Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski came forward and confirmed that Joe Biden, also known as the “big guy,” was actively involved in a Biden family scheme to make millions off of Communist China.
Bobulinski is a former partner of Hunter, Joe, and Jim Biden. He just confirmed that he was one of the recipients of the bombshell email from May 13, 2017 published by The New York Post. The email said that 10% of deals were set aside for “the big guy.”
The evidence collected from Hunter Biden’s laptop is more than enough to indict and convict Joe, Hunter, and most of the immediate family.
But we know that won’t happen. There’s one set of rules for Dems, another set of rules for everyone else.