Biden’s Sellout to China

Softness on the CCP in the State of the Union Address.

February 10, 2023 by Joseph Klein 


President Joe Biden is selling out the United States of America to the Chinese Communist regime. During his long rambling State of the Union address, Biden wasted a rare opportunity before an audience of millions of Americans to stand up to America’s number one adversary and the enemy of freedom everywhere. He ignored China’s serial acts of aggression, while lashing out at Republicans and at American corporations.

President Biden is under the illusion that the United States is merely in “competition with China.” China is not just a competitor, a label that could also be used to describe our close allies in Western Europe and Asia who compete with the United States in global markets. First and foremost, China is our enemy.

China’s leaders have exploited President Biden’s weakness, which they observed when he recklessly withdrew from Afghanistan in 2021 and left Americans, Afghan allies, and a trove of sophisticated military equipment behind. The Chinese are also reaping the benefits from the huge payments that Chinese individuals and businesses have made to the Biden family enterprise.

Most recently, President Biden allowed China’s Communist regime to maneuver a huge spy balloon over the United States for days without interference before the balloon was finally shot down off the South Carolina coast. The 200 feet tall balloon, equipped with surveillance cameras, had hovered over sensitive military sites before being taken down. China’s spymasters no doubt relished the opportunity to scoop up invaluable intelligence, thanks to the president’s dithering. President Biden glossed over this embarrassing incident in his State of the Union address.

The balloon fiasco was only the latest example of President Biden’s dereliction of duty as commander in chief in failing to stop China from transgressing U.S. sovereignty and harming the American people. Here are some examples of this disturbing pattern:

Fentanyl’s Deadly Toll – As if the coronavirus that originated in China, which killed more than a million Americans, was not bad enough, the Chinese regime has turned the synthetic fentanyl drug into a weapon of mass destruction against the United States.

President Biden’s open border policies have given the Chinese carte blanche, through      their Mexican cartel associates, to spread the fentanyl poison throughout the United                States. The Chinese regime is responsible for supplying the precursor chemicals the    Mexican cartels use to produce U.S.-consumed fentanyl, which is now killing more Americans aged 18-49 than any other cause of death.

The amount of fentanyl entering the U.S., with materials sourced from China, has turned into a tsunami since President Biden took office. Since July 2022, according to a Washington Postreport last month, U.S. authorities have seized more fentanyl per month than they did during the entire year of 2018. “Even so,” the report added, “the feds guess they’re netting just 5 to 10 percent of the fentanyl coming in from Mexico. Maybe less.”

There were approximately 71,000 fentanyl deaths in the U.S. in 2021. At least 75,000 Americans are estimated to have died from a fentanyl overdose in 2022.

Fentanyl, like the coronavirus epidemic, originated in China. Yet neither fentanyl nor the coronavirus origins were on the list of topics released by the White House that            President Biden discussed with Chinese President Xi Jinping during their face-to-face meeting last November.

“Tens of thousands of Americans die from fentanyl poisoning every year, but @JoeBiden refused to press Xi Jinping on China’s role in this deadly crisis when they met face-to- face,” Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody tweeted  at the time. “Why won’t Biden fight to save American lives?”

The most likely answer is that President Biden does not want to do anything that would offend the Chinese regime to the point of potentially derailing his family enterprise’s gravy train from China.

China’s Trojan Horse on Campuses – China has deployed its Confucius Institutes on U.S. campuses as fronts for spreading propaganda, recruiting so-called “influence agents,” and engaging in cyber espionage and intellectual property theft.

“That the Confucius Institutes are instruments of propaganda was confirmed by Li Changchun, the head of propaganda for the CCP [Chinese Communist Party],” according to a Heritage Foundation commentary, “who boasted that the Institutes were ‘an important part of China’s overseas propaganda setup.’”

Former President Donald Trump sought to clip their wings by proposing that American colleges and universities must disclose their financial ties with Confucius Institutes. The Biden administration did not think that such transparency was necessary. It withdrew the Trump administration’s financial disclosure proposal, which is no surprise considering that President Biden has a personal financial stake in shrouding the amount of funding channeled from China to U.S. colleges and universities.

Between the end of his service as vice president and the beginning of his presidential campaign, the University of Pennsylvania reportedly paid Joe Biden $900,000 in compensation for visiting the campus only about nine times as a “professor.” The university was already receiving millions of dollars from China, but Chinese donations and contracts spiked after the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement opened in 2018. The Penn Biden Center was one of the locations where classified documents from the days of the Obama-Biden administration were found.

TikTok Surveillance and Brainwashing – TikTok, the widely popular social media app that has many young people hooked, is owned by the Chinese company ByteDance. The Chinese Communist regime has the ultimate authority in ordering Chinese companies to hand over information that the government says it needs for security and intelligence purposes. There is nothing to stop the Chinese regime from seizing data shared by users in the United States with TikTok as part of the government’s surveillance program. And the app provides a readily available channel to brainwash impressionable teens and young adults with Chinese government propaganda.

As FBI Director Christopher Wray said at a House Homeland Security Committee                hearing last November, TikTok poses “national security concerns.”

Nevertheless, President Biden signed an executive order revoking former President Trump’s order to ban the TikTok app in the United States unless TikTok’s Chinese parent found a U.S. buyer for TikTok, eliminating the ability of the Chinese to gather and store American users’ data to spy on them.

Instead, the Biden administration has been trying to negotiate unspecified governance and security safeguards while leaving the Chinese parent corporate ownership structure intact. The Biden administration is eager to require that the U.S. company Meta, Facebook’s parent company, sell its photo-sharing app Instagram and its messaging service WhatsApp. But it is perfectly willing to take a much laxer approach in dealing with the Chinese company ByteDance’s relationship with TikTok’s U.S. operations.

“Anything short of a complete separation” of TikTok from ByteDance “will likely leave significant national security issues regarding operations, data and algorithms unresolved,” Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, the Ranking Member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said.

Some state and local governments have banned government employees from using the TikTok app on their work devices. The app has also been banned on federal devices. However, this is a drop in the bucket.

There is increasing support in Congress for a ban on the provision of the TikTok app from all devices in the United States. An alternative would be to require that TikTok’s Chinese parent divest TikTok’s U.S. operations completely, including giving up all source code and other related tangible and intangible assets used for delivering services to users in the United States as well as for gathering and storing data from these users.

President Biden did not call out TikTok by name in his State of the Union address, let alone press for its ban in the United States or the immediate complete divestiture of TikTok’s U.S. operations from its Chinese parent. Instead, he engaged in generalities about the risks presented by social media and Big Tech. The president called for Congress to pass legislation that would “stop Big Tech from collecting personal data on kids and teenagers online, ban targeted advertising to children, and impose stricter limits on the personal data these companies collect on all of us.”

TikTok is the equivalent of a ticking time bomb, but President Biden would rather waste time playing around with heavily regulating U.S. technology companies.

Chinese Purchases of Land on U.S. Soil – China has been buying up American farmland, including near U.S. military bases. “Chinese ownership of U.S. farmland jumped more than 20-fold in a decade from $81 million in 2010 to nearly $1.9 billion in 2021,” Fox Business reported. Experts have warned about the national security implications of such purchases.

President Biden could have included a recommendation in his State of the Union address that Congress pass remedial legislation, which would have received broad bipartisan support. Such legislation would prohibit the purchase of land within a specified distance from any U.S. military or other U.S. government facility by any governmental or non-governmental entity designated as a “foreign adversary.” It would put into law and expand the executive order authority currently granted to the Secretary of Commerce to make such designations for certain purposes. The countries on the Secretary’s list of foreign adversaries are China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Russia, and Venezuela’s Maduro regime.

Alas, President Biden remained silent in his State of the Union address on the alarming rise in Chinese purchases of land on U.S. soil that jeopardize national security.

Sale of Oil to China – During the height of the energy crisis last year, the Biden administration authorized the sale of nearly a million barrels of oil to the trading affiliate of the Chinese state-owned China Petrochemical Corporation, known as Sinopec. The oil that ended up in China was taken from the United States’ Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). It just so happens that Sinopec had previous ties to a private equity firm co-owned by none other than Hunter Biden.

“With Biden supplying global oil markets with U.S. oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, he is depleting our oil reserves and hurting U.S. national security, while China is adding to its national reserves by buying SPR oil from Biden’s Department of Energy and by also buying cheap oil from Russia,” the Institute for Energy Research concluded.

Americans paying high gas prices at the pump were hurt by the Biden administration’s shenanigans, but at least Hunter Biden’s former partners at the Chinese state-owned energy company were happy.

President Biden is soft on China. He had very little to say in his State of the Union address about the Communist regime, which he thinks is just a competitor rather than the most dangerous enemy of the United States. His family has profited from business dealings with China, with the “big guy” getting his ten percent cut. And the American people are paying a steep price as a result.

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Joseph Klein

Joseph Klein is a Harvard-trained lawyer, and the author of Global Deception: The UN’s Stealth Assault on America’s Freedom and Lethal Engagement: Barack Hussein Obama, The United Nations & Radical Islam.

Source: Frontpage Magazine

14 thoughts on “Biden’s Sellout to China

  1. Biden and Trudeau – what can you say? In my 76 years I have not seen North America governed at the same time by the two most inept, arrogant, unqualified (Trudeau), corrupt (both men), totally useless, dangerous people in each country.

    Both are doing their best to completely demolish and destroy the traditional global bastions of FREEDOM and FREE SPEACH and their respective economies for a very long time. Replacing it with totalitarianism and complete loss of freedom.

    The US will be the last democracy standing only because the founding fathers wrote in their Constitution they could bear arms – not to kill each other, but to protect them from a rogue, runaway government that would take their freedom away. Sadly Canadians don’t have the weapons or the attitude to protect their freedom. The US will go down fighting.

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  2. Sadly, the biggest contributor to the selling out of America is corporatism (aided and abetted by politicians). We, in the western world, have basically financed, provide management skills and know how, technology, manufacturing know how and capacity, access to world trade agreements, markets, infrastructure know how, banking expertise, etc. to the Chinese and the CCP.

    The fact the Chinese are beating us at our own game is embarrassing, however, we should never forget who trained and coached them (still are) and our corporations did it for one reason and one reason only—maximization of profit!!! Their Country of origin interest, security and capacity to prosper is way, way in the background, if at all.

    Food for thought and those seeking the truth.


  3. Demonically corrupt .
    I bet a lot of Canadian readers wish they had access to weapons about now.
    If you don’t then may your death wish will come swiftly.


  4. Communism is rooted in Plato’s philosophy, and Plato is conveyed throughout our cultures via Abrahamic religion (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam).

    It is a corruption that grows from within (via the welfare state), and it is resisted by familiarizing yourself with the counter to Plato’s ideas (Aristotle).

    The actual “light of the world” was not a self sacrificing omnipotent mystical deity who threatens damnation if you do not bend the knee and behave as he did, but was a Greek philosopher (Aristotle 384-322 BC) whose reality based philosophical ideas, flawed, incomplete, inconsistent, and imperfect as they were, ultimately……

    1) enabled Alexander the Great to conquer the Persian Empire (4th century BC)

    2) gave the 1st Roman Republicans the idea of separation of powers in the attempt to prevent the tragedy of Democracy of their Greek neighbours.

    3) guided ancient Arabs, Persians, and Jews into a Golden Age of reason (AD 800-1200 +/-) prior to stupefying themselves back into the Stone Age by the convenient seduction of their own versions of Platonic religious mysticism.

    4) inspired St. Thomas Aquinas (13th century beatified Christian priest) to provoke the Renaissance (AD 1300-1700 +/-)

    5) inspired the Enlightenment ultimately resulting in the American Declaration of Independence (1776) and the subsequent Bill of Rights (1791)

    6) established the basic epistemological methods (identification, abstraction, logic, reasoning and common sense) that were improved upon developing all valid science we know today.

    Raphael’s ‘School of Athens’ in Vatican Apostolic Palace depicting the philosophical duel between Plato and Aristotle. Competing metaphysical world views that are yours for the choosing.

    MYSTICISM (Plato’s hand pointing upward to an imagined Utopia)

    REASON (Aristotle’s hand reaching outward, the absolute of reality)


  5. In light of the four CCP police stations presently operating within Canada and CCP interference in Canadian elections and a captured Khazarian stooge in office that froths for the CCP I doubt Plato,Aristotle and their ilk are coming to the aid of Canada any time soon.


    • The reason we have the govt we have now, is because of our philosophical ideas. Ideas conveyed to us all by our traditional religious ideas.

      Consider why our Charter is revocable, or why establishment Conservatives or American Republicans are so impotent. Consider why socialism continues to grow in spite of its 100% mind and soul destroying track record.

      Quoting Plato’s treatise on Politics “The Republic”.

      “Education must be thoroughly controlled by the state. We must have thoroughgoing censorship of literature, music, philosophy, and science”.

      “We will tell people lies, so called noble lies, lies that are for the good of the people as and when it turns out to be necessary”.

      “The ideal is to form one unit with all goods in common”

      “All careers are to be controlled completely. The board of philosophers assigned to vocational guidance will determine your ability and will assign you to the job where you best fit the state, regardless of your desires”

      “Those who counter the approved narrative will undergo re-education. Those who repeat their offence will be executed”


    • The very idea of “Plato,Aristotle and their ilk are coming to the aid of Canada any time soon” is a corrupted one. The effect of the conditioning of counting upon a saviour of some kind to care for your problems. Why we continue to grow a dependence upon “deer leederz” and “exspurtz” to tell us what to think and do.

      It’s past the time to grow up from primitive philosophy. These are problems we need to sort out ourselves….by discussion and dissemination of ideas.

      History is driven by ideas, not by events, not by “deer leederz” nor their f’ing “exspurtz”.

      Man (incl women) can be intimidated, deceived, demoralized, and indoctrinated into being a meat robot who obeys “deer leederz” and their “exspurtz” but…man can be awakened, especially now since narratives cannot be controlled by the “deer leederz” in spite of best efforts.

      America’s Bill of Individual Rights (enacted in 1791, largely emulated in Canada’s Charter) correctly identified the productive law abiding individual as the sovereign unit of value, vs the very ancient conservative tradition of British monarchists prioritizing the collective ruled by a sovereign (“deer leederz” and their “exspurtz”).


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