There’s no doubt that Communist China is the #1 enemy of the United States.
Yet Joe Biden just caved to Beijing in a major way.
And it’s all because Biden just opened the floodgates to Communist spies infiltrating the United States.
Communist China is the antithesis of the United States in virtually every way. The Chinese Communist Party is the greatest threat to freedom-seeking people around the world, and China is determined to replace the United States as the world’s premier economic and military power.
To that end, Beijing has engaged in a widespread campaign of propaganda, espionage, and political chaos directed at the United States.
Chinese propagandists routinely paint the United States as an evil, racist, sexist, bigoted nation by using “woke” values against its own people, while conveniently ignoring the atrocities perpetuated by China’s own communist regime, which has murdered tens of millions of people.
What’s more, China even engages in espionage against the United States, with one of the most prominent examples being failed Presidential candidate Eric Swalwell being caught having a relationship with a noted Chinese spy.
And now, Joe Biden just took one step to make it even easier for the Chinese to engage in espionage in the United States.
Just The News reports, “Several Republican senators are challenging Attorney General Merrick Garland for his Justice Department’s decision to end a program to thwart Chinese spies and asking how the Biden administration will now combat China’s espionage on U.S. soil.”
“Led by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), the lawmakers penned a letter to Garland last week inquiring about the recent termination of the so-called China Initiative, which was launched by the Trump administration in 2018 to preserve America’s technological edge. The program was specifically designed to identify and prosecute those engaged in hacking, stealing trade secrets, and conducting economic espionage for the Chinese government inside the U.S.”
Biden’s actions are now coming under fire for potentially opening the floodgates to new Chinese spies operating in America, and the dangers cannot be understated.
Just The News adds, “Chinese espionage costs the U.S. between $200 billion-$600 billion dollars a year in stolen intellectual property, according to Mike Orlando, acting director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center.”
But it’s not just stolen intellectual property that China continues seek access to. The Chinese Communists also want U.S. military secrets, as well as access to other top-secret information.
This is exactly why the China Initiative existed in the first place.
“The China Initiative led to several arrests and convictions. Most famously, a federal jury in January found Charles Lieber, a renowned nanotechnology professor who chaired Harvard’s Chemistry Department, guilty of lying to government authorities about multiple links to Beijing,” adds Just The News.
“However, the Justice Department ended the program, admittedly bowing to pressure from a loose coalition of lawmakers, nonprofits, and academics who argued the initiative targeted people of Asian descent with racial profiling.”
The decision to end the problem, spearheaded by Attorney General Merrick Garland with tactic approval from Biden himself, has led to renewed fears that Beijing will use the opportunity to engage in even more acts of covert espionage against the United States, the military, and American businesses.
“Leading the pressure campaign to kill the China Initiative were Yale University and Stanford University. Nearly 100 Yale professors signed on to a letter castigating the DOJ program as invasive and discriminatory. They also endorsed an earlier open letter signed by 177 Stanford faculty members to Garland claiming the initiative ‘disproportionately targets researchers of Chinese origin.’ Neither letter mentioned that both Yale and Stanford have links to the CCP,” concludes Just The News.