Biden, China, Corruption, Crime, Government, Politics

Shocking Betrayal: Biden’s Refusal to Confront China Reveals Disturbing Ties!

The surge of fentanyl across the southern border into the United States has reached alarming levels, exacerbated by President Joe Biden’s open-border policies. In 2023, Border Patrol agents confiscated a staggering 2,700 pounds of fentanyl, enough to potentially cause harm to every American in the country. This distressing situation highlights the consequences of the administration’s lax stance on border security and immigration.

Critics, including Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute (GAI), argue that Biden’s reluctance to address China’s role in fentanyl production is influenced by his ties to the communist country. Schweizer, speaking on Fox News Channel’s “Jesse Watters Primetime,” contends that Biden refrains from confronting China due to financial connections, suggesting that individuals involved in the fentanyl trade have contributed to the president’s coffers. This raises questions about the administration’s commitment to tackling the illicit drug trade and securing the nation’s borders.

The involvement of powerful figures like White Wolf, known for his pro-Chinese Communist Party (CCP) stance, adds complexity to the situation. White Wolf, leading the UBG gang, reportedly assisted the Sinaloa Cartel in becoming dominant in the fentanyl trade by providing expertise, equipment, and financial support. Connections between White Wolf and the head of CEFC, who allegedly sent $5 million to the Bidens, further underscore the intricate web of relationships linking the Biden family to Chinese entities involved in the drug trade.

Documents released by House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer reveal a significant financial relationship between the Biden family and Chinese entities. Despite President Biden’s assertions of not receiving money from foreign countries, the documents suggest otherwise. Bank statements from 2017 indicate that the Biden family and associated companies received millions of dollars from Chinese foreign nationals’ companies. This revelation adds a layer of scrutiny to the administration’s handling of drug-related issues, raising concerns about potential conflicts of interest.

Against this backdrop, overdose deaths, primarily attributed to fentanyl, soared to alarming levels in 2021 under the Biden Administration. With 70,601 reported overdose deaths that year, the data underscores the urgency of addressing the drug epidemic and securing the border to prevent the further influx of deadly substances. Conservatives argue that a comprehensive and assertive approach is needed to safeguard the nation’s security and combat the complex web of criminal activities facilitated by porous borders and financial entanglements.

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