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This is an Even Bigger Threat Than China

The Speaker of the House visited Taiwan last week, setting off a heated diplomatic row between the United States and China. The event caused a rare event in American politics: Republicans and conservatives fell in love with Pelosi. Twenty-six Republican senators issued a formal commendation for the Democrat’s visit. Many more fawned over her alleged bravery. All domestic issues were seemingly put aside when it came to this visit…

There’s also an important domestic element to the trip. It demonstrates the Globalist American Empire (GAE) can easily win the support of conservatives so long as it saber rattles against China. The GAE will do nothing substantive to diminish the Chinese threat. All its cronies will do is tweet “Uighur Lives Matter” and carry out stunts like Pelosi’s Taiwan visit. But the GAE wants the American people to be more alarmed by the Chinese Communists than by anything happening domestically. Unfortunately, many conservatives fall for this bait.

Pretty much everyone would agree that China is a serious problem. The communist state is certainly a bigger threat than Russia. But the GAE’s strategy against the ChiComs isn’t serious. America allows in hundreds, if not thousands, of Chinese spies into our country every year. The CCP effectively recruits among the immigrant population here. Dual nationals are, for some reason, given top security jobs where they can access sensitive material. Many of them are routinely caught stealing that information for the CCP.

So how does the GAE respond to this? Does it call for a moratorium on Chinese immigration, bar dual nationals from security jobs, and monitor the Chinese community for potential links to the CCP? Absolutely not. It calls all those ideas racist. In fact, the Department of Justice recently ended one of its programs to look out for potential Chinese spies because it was deemed “anti-Asian.” The intelligence community is ordered to hire Chinese Americans despite their greater risk. The GAE isn’t serious at all about countering ChiCom subversion. Read more…

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