February 07 2023

Biden Disbanded Anti-Chinese Espionage Program

Here's one fact that Joe Biden will certainly not mention at tonight's State of the Union -- his administration shut down the anti-espionage "China Intiative" program created by President Trump.

The initiative, started by the Trump administration in 2018, identified "Chinese threats to national security." Why would Biden want to end that program? Could it have anything to do with his family's business dealings in China?

Unlike Biden, President Trump was resolute in his fight against China.

Even Politico acknowledged that Trump stood up to the Chinese Communist Party. A 2021 Politico article noted, "Trump imposed a near-ban on government use of Chinese drones...Trump took notable steps in beating China in the race for technological supremacy on artificial intelligence...[and] Trump rallied the world against China’s 5G dominance."

The Biden administration's refusal to stand up to China is clear when a small North Dakota town must block a Chinese-government linked project near a military base.

The Biden admin refused to take action against the land purchase.

President Trump recently vowed to "enact aggressive new restrictions on Chinese ownership of any vital infrastructure in the United States, including energy, technology, telecommunications, farmland, natural resources, medical supplies and other strategic national assets."

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