November 28 2022
China Protests Show The Need For Trump's Leadership
Protests broke out across China as residents show their fury with the authoritarian regime.
President Trump stood up to President Xi and enacted tough-on-China policies.
His administration indicted Chinese drug traffickers for distributing fentanyl, imposed tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of Chinese goods, called out Beijing for committing “genocide” against the Uyghur Muslims, and stopped Chinese travel during COVID, which saved countless lives.
President Trump is not done. During his announcement speech, he said “we will launch an all-out campaign to eliminate America’s dependence on China.”
Biden, on the other hand, is weak on China. He is limited by his political weakness and obviously compromised by his family’s business dealings. Biden even ended a Trump administration program to combat Chinese espionage. He cannot be trusted to stand up to China’s authoritarian government.
Washington Examiner (February 23, 2022): “Biden DOJ scuttles Trump's China crackdown amid criticism from the Left and CCP”
“The Biden Justice Department announced Wednesday that it would pull the plug on a Trump-era initiative aimed at cracking down on China's economic espionage following a year of criticism from some fellow Democrats, hundreds of university professors, left-wing activists, and the Chinese Communist Party itself.”