When it comes to anything related to foreign policy, the Biden administration needs to just stop.
Not only has the Biden administration succeeded in empowering the Taliban, but it is also now cozying up to even greater threats, such as Iran, in a pathetic attempt to secure cheap oil in time for the midterm elections.
That is, if the Democrats don’t forcibly shut down the economy and people’s movements once again, with help from China, which is conveniently reporting more and more COVID cases.
Needless to say, Saudi Arabia, which is a close American ally relative to several others in the Middle East, as evidenced by Trump’s repeated engagement with the region, is hardly pleased that Biden is willing to let Iran develop nukes in exchange for securing a lame Democrat victory in the fall.
After all, Iran would be delighted to bomb both Israel and Saudi Arabia, something that apparently didn’t factor into the decision-making process of bungling Biden officials, assuming any kind of process is ever tangentially followed.
In fact, the Saudis are so pissed that they are now formally considering pricing their oil in Chinese yuan instead of United States dollars.
Needless to say, such a development would be shocking, as detailed by Republican Senator Ben Sasse during an appearance on “Fox News Sunday.”
“Just this point of the Saudis pricing some of their commodity in Chinese currency or signaling that that’s where they’re headed, that is a big, bad thing,” Sasse warned, “but let’s take a bigger step up. The 10-year-out existential battle on the globe is between the United States and Western values against the Chinese Communist Party’s exported surveillance state oppression of peoples around the globe.”
That’s right. Too bad that the Democrats have zero issue with oppression of Americans, which is precisely why the current administration is so dangerous.
In addition, Sasse also indicated how serious the stakes are in Europe, given that the battle will extent far beyond Ukraine, especially since “Chairman Xi greenlit this invasion.”
“And so we need to recognize that defeating Vladirmir Putin or helping the Ukrainians defeat Putin here is an important shot across the bow of Chairman Xi, who wanted to see if the West had any will to stand up to Putin because Xi desires to seize Taiwan,” Sasse continued.
Considering Xi funds Hunter Biden’s artwork through a consortium of various henchmen, it is highly unlikely that the United States will do much, if anything, to scare China, especially if China has a heck of a lot more dirt on the United States.
“We need to keep our eye on this because we need to demonstrate that freedom-loving peoples around the world would rather have U.S. leadership than Chinese oppression,” Sasse intoned.
Sadly, Democrats don’t seem terribly inclined to fight for freedom these days, which really does make one wonder whose side they’re really on.
One thing is for sure: Regardless of their real intentions, the president continues to bungle crisis after crisis, further weakening the United States on a global stage.
“We need our commander in chief to be strong, both in these conversations with Chairman Xi but more proximately in this moment with arming the Ukrainians immediately and rapidly,” Sasse proclaimed.
Good luck with that, considering Xi is already militarizing the South China Sea, which he said he wouldn’t do.
According to U.S. Indo-Pacific commander Adm. John C. Aquilino, China has been quite busy in the past two decades amassing a massive military presence in the South China Sea.
“I think over the past 20 years we’ve witnessed the largest military buildup since World War II by the PRC,” Aquilino warned, “they have advanced all their capabilities, and that buildup of weaponization is destabilizing to the region.”
Trump was the only president to start taking China head on, yet he was also the Republican that Democrats, notably Clinton, wanted to remove the most.
Not much of a mystery, really, especially considering the Clintons’ Chinese shenanigans in the 90s.
Follow the money …
Author: Ofelia Thornton