While the Biden regime continues to spout off about borders and national security in Europe, he continues to permit “malign tactics” right on American soil.
Chiefly by allowing the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to continue buying up American farmland that just happens to be near military bases.
Not only could China target American food supplies, but it could also target American military hardware.
Especially in the event of an invasion of Taiwan, which would be devastating due to a huge percentage of chip production that occurs on the island.
Chips that have allowed the United States to have an edge over China, at least for now.
As if anyone needed any further evidence that Beijing has President Xiden in its back pocket.
And, needless to say, more than one Republican is quite peeved about the development.
According to an exclusive report from the Daily Mail, Republican Representative Mike Gallagher, who is set to host a roundtable in Dysart, Iowa, is quite perturbed by the Biden regime’s willingness to continue kowtowing to China.
Gallagher, who serves as the Chairman of the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party with farmers and varied agricultural stakeholders.
“I want to hear from Iowa farmers and other stakeholders about the impact of the Chinese Communist Party’s malign tactics to undermine American agriculture,” Gallagher declared.
“Malign tactics” is one of the nicest ways to put it.
Downright “deadly tactics” is perhaps a more accurate way to identify what’s really going on.
Representative Ashley Hinson, who is also set to participate in the roundtable discussion, is deeply distressed by continued Chinese infiltration, aided and abetted by the Biden regime.
“In Iowa, our land is sacred. Feeding and fueling the world is engrained in who we are … We cannot allow the CCP to continue stealing our intellectual property, buying up our farmland, and ripping off our farmers and rural manufacturers. Today, the Select Committee will be going straight to the source and hearing from Iowa farmers so that we can produce meaningful, bipartisan policies to protect American agriculture from the CCP’s underhanded tactics,” Hinson remarked ominously.
Especially as such tactics have been evident for well over a decade.
“We’ve now had a series of high profile incidents of economic espionage, going back at least to 2011,” Gallagher warned, bringing to mind a frightening incident from the past.
In 2011, Iowa field manager spotted a suspicious man planting seeds in agricultural farmland.
The FBI, which apparently still did its job over a decade ago, involved itself in the incident, ultimately discovering that the seeds were planted by none other than Chinese national Mo Hailong, a fully participating member in a shady Chinese “seed smuggling ring.”
How unsurprising that such an incident occurred under the Obama regime.
After all, a grand total of one year later, none other than Dr. Fauci funneled American taxpayer money to the Wuhan Institute Virology via an EcoHealth Alliance grant for the now-notorious “gain of function research,” widely recognized as responsible for the COVID pandemic.
Heck, Fauci even openly stated that gain of function research would still be worth it, even if a pandemic occurred as a result.
“In an unlikely but conceivable turn of events, what if that scientist becomes infected with the virus, which leads to an outbreak and ultimately triggers a pandemic?” Fauci openly mused in 2012.
“Scientists working in this field might say – as indeed I have said – that the benefits of such experiments and the resulting knowledge outweigh the risks,” he added.
Way to predict the future, Fauci. Rather eerie, really.
Needless to say, varied online users find the developments with China troubling, to say the least.
“Congress could pass a bill tomorrow to address this national security issue. Seems endless spending bills are far more important though. We’ve been sold out by DC,” one commenter wryly remarked on the Daily Mailreport.
No kidding. But China didn’t invest in the “Big Guy” for that.
Author: Ofelia Thornton