Another day, another egregious violation of national security.
Yep, par for the course with the current Biden administration, which is perhaps among the most deeply compromised White Houses ever.
Especially since the Biden administration is really little more than Obama’s “Third Act,” apparently, as stated by none other than the perpetually arrogant Obama himself.
Alas, Obama gets to maintain his golden reputation with the media while hanging Biden out to dry, and man, has the media been suddenly drying out the White House as of late.
Almost as if the media knows Biden’s days as president are numbered and scurrying to cover up all their ineffectual, enormously biased coverage and explanations from before.
In particular the coverup of serious national security concerns, a longstanding issue that should have scared the you-know-what out of all Americans … had Zuckerberg not been paid in various nefarious ways to suffocate the story.
Much to the detriment of ordinary citizens’ security.
Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin recently published the aptly titled “Biden might be on the verge of making a blunder with China,” which essentially rips apart the White House’s latest pitiful attempt to fight inflation.
They appear to be trying everything but competence, as apparently competence is far too lofty an ambition for the Biden brigade.
In truth, Biden also hasn’t been “on the verge” of making a huge mistake with China; he has already gone over the edge with his son’s incredibly dangerous antics overseas, not to mention his son’s continued profiting from Chinese money laundering interest through his “art,” but it’s nice for the ultra-left rag that previously blasted Hunter’s laptop as “Russian disinformation” is finally waking upl.
“The goal of President Biden’s five-day trip to South Korea and Japan is to show that the United States is committed to the region and to standing up to China,” Rogin begins, “But some U.S. officials and business interests are calling on Biden to give Beijing a huge, unearned economic concession, claiming it will help the U.S. economy.
“Some U.S. officials and business interests,” indeed. Such as Hunter Biden’s various “business interests” that keep the whole beach house brigade running.
Fortunately, Rogin does not mince words (at all) when it comes to this fiasco.
“Such a step would be a mistake politically, economically and for U.S.-China relations,” Rogin warned.
Not that Biden is heeding many warnings, based on his most recent (vague) commentary.
“We’re discussing that right now,” Biden drawled in reference to dropping sanctions on China, “no decisions have been made.”
Well, clearly the decision has been made to no longer investigate China over the COVID pandemic, as Biden previously blustered about.
Biden better remember who he has traditionally blustered to in the past as well, chiefly union members, as Mike Wessel, staff chair of the Labor Advisory Committee to USTR and the Department of Labor, observed.
“Easing the way for more Chinese products into the U.S. will only undermine the goal of restoring our manufacturing base and creating jobs,” Wessel remarked wryly.
As if Biden gives a hoot about “creating jobs” for anyone but his son with veritable enemies of the state.
Between people trying to protect America and people trying to sell out America, it is no surprise that all the drama has relentlessly unfolded in the media, much in the same way that a leaked Supreme Court draft has led to premature chaos.
“The internal administration battle has now spilled out into public view, with the Treasury Department in favor of removing some tariffs, and parts of the National Security Council and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative opposed,” Rogin added.
One can hope that, for once, the White House will choose long-term national security over cheap short-term victory.
Admittedly, this is a very, very impractical hope.
Though at least Rogin doesn’t hold back in his remarks in that regard.
“As China’s economy struggles under the erratic policies of its dictatorial government, Washington should be helping U.S. companies get out of China, not helping them to get in. We should do more to confront China’s economic aggression, not less,” Rogin declared.
Seriously. And speaking of “more” how about banning Beijing-owned TikTok?
Ah, wait, Ms. “Disinformer in Chief” Jankowicz is hooked on it.
Yet another Leninesque useful idiot who just rolled straight off the graduate school assembly line of Marxist indoctrination.
One can only hope that the White House takes heed to advice from Rogin over the likes of Jankowicz.
“The good news: There’s still time for Biden to avoid this penny-wise, pound-foolish idea,” Rogin concluded.
White House, use this window well …
Author: Jane Jones