Why does no one ever mention the possible role of the Chinese government in the Biden administration? Why are things like this no longer ever brought up: Hunter Biden and China: A timeline of his business ties to the Far East?
Joe Biden claims he never spoke with Hunter about his dealings, and never profited from any group his family set up, but e-mails and text messages found on Hunter Biden’s old laptop hard drive — first published by The Post — show “the big guy” being referenced repeatedly.
Certainly nothing that Joe Biden has done as President have done anything but undermine the United States, while pretty well all of it has assisted China’s foreign policy aims. Might also mention this while I’m at it: Biden: ‘Biden May Have Condemned The World To Chinese Domination In Future’. Includes comments such as this:
Lord Stirrup: President Biden purportedly wishes to withdraw from Afghanistan in order to concentrate on China. Yet his actions have immediately benefited China on several fronts. China is increasingly engaged commercially in Afghanistan and has been negotiating with the Taliban. Taken together with Pakistan’s increasing reliance on China, this creates a disturbing nexus of power in the region. Even more important is the perception of other countries. If the western powers are to resist China’s assault on the current rules-based international order, they will require strong political, economic and technological allies in the Indo-Pacific region. Who now, though, will be prepared to throw in their lot with a US-led effort, when that country’s leadership has proved such a fickle friend to Afghanistan?