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China has bought and paid for Joe Biden and his entire family

 

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China has bought and paid for Joe Biden and his entire family

Even if Joe Biden comes to understand the mortal threat the Chinese Communist Party poses to America, he’s in too deep to extricate himself and his family.

Mon Oct 19, 2020 - 5:28 pm EST

October 19, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — In the classic movie The Manchurian Candidate, an American prisoner of war is brainwashed by the Chinese Communist Party into becoming an unwitting assassin of an anti-communist presidential candidate.

Leave it to Hollywood to sensationalize everything. 

While the Chinese Communist Party is a master at brainwashing, and is certainly not averse to assassinations, it has long followed a simpler script where American politicians are concerned. The preferred ploy is for Party operatives to offer a politico’s immediate family members sweetheart business deals. The expectation is that the paterfamilias will then toe Beijing’s line — or else.

Both 2020 presidential candidates have been offered such barely disguised bribes. One candidate’s son-in-law was offered a half-billion-dollar “investment” into his family’s real estate firm. Jared Kushner — recognizing a bribe for what it was — sent the CCP operative packing. The other candidate’s son accepted a $1.5-billion “investment.” Then Hunter Biden went back to China at least five times for more.

Nobody pays useless money to a drug addict. The intended recipient of this largess was obviously “Pop” Joe Biden.

Now “Pop” says that he knows nothing — zip, zilch, nada — about his son’s business dealings in China and elsewhere. Son Hunter, on the other hand, complains in an email extracted from his defunct laptop that he has to give half of his earnings to “Pop.” 

Dead computers don’t lie. 

There’s one fact that jumps out from Biden’s record as vice president: wherever Obama puts him in charge of foreign policy as “point man,” whether it be Iraq, Russia, Ukraine, or China, America loses, and the Biden Family wins. 

Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, doesn’t mince words about what he calls the Biden Crime Family. “What Hunter Biden is is a bagman,” says Giuliani. “I’ve prosecuted many cases like this. He’s collecting Joe’s bribes that come to about $12 million from the Ukraine and $3.5 million from Russia. But the really big money comes from China. And the amount of money involved is literally in the tens of millions of dollars.”

One leaked investigative report summarizes Hunter’s many business deals in China. To take just one example, his private equity deal called BHR, originally worth $1.5 billion, is now worth an estimated $6.5 billion. BHR is probably generating about $130 million a year in fees, of which 10 percent, or $13 million, would go to Hunter. According to Hunter’s email, half of this — or $6.5 million — would have to be turned over to “Pop.”

But the real big money will come when the Bidens sell their 10-percent stake in BHR, which at current valuations would be worth some $650 million. In actual fact, however, it will be worth whatever the CCP decides to pay the Bidens for it.

Giuliani sums up by saying, “[Joe Biden]’s asking to be president of the U.S. and he’s in partnership with the Chinese Communist Party. The Biden Family is owned by the Chinese Communist Party.”

What did the Chinese Communist Party receive in return for its investment in the then–vice president?

First of all, they bought the services of a first-rate propagandist. Vice President Biden eagerly spread the the myth not only that China’s rise was inevitable, but that the United States should welcome it. In fact, he has spent most of the past quarter-century attempting to sell Americans on the idea that “a rising China is an incredibly positive development for not only China, but for the U.S. and the rest of the world.”

At the same time, Biden took a dive on the human rights front, soft-pedaling the CCP’s many abuses. When he did speak out in public, it was often to apologize for the CCP’s misbehavior, as when he said on a visit to China that he “understood” the need for the brutal one-child policy.

Biden delivered again as the “point man” on the “Pivot to Asia,” which was intended to reassure our allies in the region that the U.S. was there to stay. Yet as China militarized the South China Sea and tried to bully smaller neighbors such as the Philippines and Vietnam into accepting its claims, Biden was missing in action. By the time he left office, the CCP had fortified its artificial islands, and the U.S. was widely regarded as in retreat. 

Another payback to the CCP came in May 2013, when the then-V.P. helped engineer a “memorandum of understanding” with the PRC that exempted Chinese corporations from U.S. securities statutes and regulations. This gave CCP-controlled firms an advantage over American firms listed in U.S. stock exchanges by exempting them from independent audits. This meant that the Party could raise trillions from our debt and equity markets on preferential terms. To put it bluntly, it allowed CCP corporations to cheat unsuspecting U.S. investors out of their money by cooking their books.

Since leaving office, even as the danger that China poses to the United States and the world has become ever more apparent, the former vice president has continued his apology tour on behalf of the PRC. Right now, as China steals our jobs and our technology and sickens the world with the coronavirus, Joe Biden still won’t stand up to it. He has dismissed China’s threat to American national security and jobs, claiming as recently as 2019 that China is not bad and not competition.

Instead, he seems bent upon surrendering to China. He intends to lift President Trump’s tariffs on China without getting anything in return. He will tax American companies at a higher rate than Communist China does, which will lead to millions of American jobs shipped to Beijing. He has even promised to restore funding to the World Health Organization — the same WHO that collaborated with the CCP in covering up the spread of the coronavirus.

Even if Joe Biden comes to understand the mortal threat that the CCP poses to America, he’s in too deep to extricate himself and his family. The CCP could easily leak the details of the deals it has struck with the Biden Crime Family if he tries to get tough on China. Worse yet, it could leak the sex and drug tapes that it reportedly has of Hunter Biden in China doing what Hunter Biden does.

Biden is the real Manchurian candidate. His assignment is not to assassinate his anti-communist opponent, but to defeat him in the upcoming election. 

If Biden wins, China wins, and America loses.

Steven W. Mosher is the president of the Population Research Institute and the author of Bully of Asia: Why China’s Dream is the New Threat to World Order.


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The Trump-Biden clash leaves the spectre of civil war hovering over America

 

Articles by Daniel Johnson

The Trump-Biden clash leaves the spectre of civil war hovering over America

The first Trump-Biden encounter of the presidential campaign was the most unpresidential spectacle of its kind that anyone can remember. It was less a TV debate than a shouting match. Yet the very fact that it was so unedifying tells us something about America. This is a society close to boiling point. Unless both sides draw back from the brink, they are heading for bloodshed.

The United States has never looked as disunited as it does today. During the Second World War, Roosevelt famously called his country “the arsenal of democracy”. Nobody imagined that the arsenal might one day be raided by fanatics of Left and Right, with guns in their hands and hatred in their hearts

Donald Trump should be ashamed of himself for telling the Proud Boys, a far-Right group, to “stand down and stand by”. Stand by for what, exactly? If he loses the election, is he planning to unleash white suprematists on the streets of American cities? Standing by his claim, still unsubstantiated, that this election will be rigged by the Democrats using fake postal ballots, Trump issued the vague but ominous threat: “This will not end well.” What kind of President stirs up fear and rage like this? A President, perhaps, who is trailing by seven points in the polls and feels he has nothing to lose? Trump’s motto now appears to be: Après moi, le déluge. (Not that he would understand either the sense or the sentiment, let alone have heard of Madame de Pompadour.) 

Yet Joe Biden, too, has much to answer for. Why did he refuse to condemn the equally violent bully boys who go under the banner of Antifa? To insist, as he did, that “Antifa isn’t an organisation, it’s an idea” amounts to a whitewash — no, a justification — of the mobs who have terrorised urban America for months. Biden claims that he, not his far-Left rival Bernie Sanders, “is” the Democratic Party. Well, in that case, he has a duty to take responsibility for those who create mayhem in his name. But no unequivocal condemnation was forthcoming. He accused Trump of “pouring gasoline on the flames” — but Biden himself must call off his attack dogs if he is to present himself as a peacemaker.

There was certainly nothing pacific about the tone adopted by either candidate. Trump hectored and interrupted throughout, attempting to provoke, rile or confuse his opponent. An exasperated Biden replied: “Will you shut up, man.” It was not a question, but a command. This was a former Vice-President addressing a sitting President.

The point has already been widely made that Trump lost because he failed to steamroller his challenger. This may be true, but there is a deeper, more disturbing point about the ugly tone adopted by both men. In 2016, Trump supporters felt disrespected by Hillary Clinton when she implied that they were “deplorable”. They adopted the word as a badge of honour. This time, Biden is treating “their” President as though he were illegitimate. The Democrat calls Trump a “racist”, a “liar”, a “fool” and a “clown”. Such a crude vocabulary implies that he thinks Trump voters are all of these things, too. In Biden’s refusal to accord Trump the courtesy due to the office of President, these voters will hear the voice of the liberal establishment, dripping with contempt for them and all that they stand for. That will embitter them even more than Trump’s own conduct, however unworthy that may be. 

Trump is even more likely to lose today than he was yesterday. To that extent, this debate was a victory for Biden. But it may prove to be a Pyrrhic victory. The Democrat scotched the rumour that he was senile. He survived the mud-wrestling. He gave as good as he got. Yet Biden debased his own brand by getting down in the dirt. To call Trump “the worst President we have ever had” was an insult to the intelligence of tens of millions of the poorest Americans, especially those of colour, who are actually better off than they were under the Obama Administration in which Biden served.

There was little or no debate about policy, foreign or domestic, and hardly any new information about what either candidate proposes to do about the present crisis: the Covid-19 pandemic and its accompanying recession. For that, we must await the remaining two debates. But time is running out for both men to lower the temperature. If America descends further into open conflict on the streets, neither Trump nor Biden will be forgiven. As if a pandemic that has already cost more than 200,000 lives were not enough to overshadow America, the spectre of civil war hovers over this election campaign. It would be child’s play for the two rivals to banish the fear of violence by shaking hands and appealing to their supporters to calm down. After the bluster and rancour on display last night, however, it is hard to imagine either Trump or Biden being man enough to reach for the olive branch rather than the baseball bat.

 

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Joe Biden out to wage war on America’s suburbs

By BETSY MCCAUGHEY |
July 27, 2020 at 5:35 a.m.

If you live in the suburbs, or you’re a city-dweller eyeing a move to a quiet cul-de-sac where your kids can play, you need to know about Joe Biden’s plan for a federal takeover of local zoning laws.

Biden wants to ramp up an Obama-era social engineering scheme called Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing, which barely got started before Donald Trump took office, vowing to stop it.

Biden’s plan is to force suburban towns with single-family homes and minimum lot sizes to build high-density affordable housing smack in the middle of their leafy neighborhoods.

Starting in 2015, Obama’s Department of Housing and Urban Development bureaucrats imposed a cookie-cutter requirement “balanced housing” in every suburb. “Balanced” meant affordable even for people who need federal vouchers. Towns were obligated to “do more than simply not discriminate.” As HUD’s 2013 proposal explained, towns had to make it possible for low-income minorities to choose suburban living and provide “adequate support to make their choices possible.”
Towns had to scrap zoning, build bigger water and sewer lines to support high-density living, expand schools and social services and add mass transit. All pushing up local taxes. Towns that refused would lose their federal aid.

The rule was one of the worst abuses of the Obama-Biden administration — a power grab masquerading as racial justice.

In Westchester, N.Y., County Executive Rob Astorino battled the Obama-Biden administration for years, successfully disputing the charge of racism. Zoning laws limit what can be built in a neighborhood, Astorino explained, not who can live there.

Let’s be clear. Denying anyone the chance to rent or buy a home because of their race is abhorrent and illegal. It should be prosecuted whenever it happens.

Truth is, Black Americans have been steadily leaving inner cities and choosing suburban lifestyles, according to Brookings Institution data.
Families of every race want peace of mind letting their kids ride bikes around quiet neighborhood streets. That’s what zoning laws provide.

The real barrier to suburban living is money. Living in the burbs is not cheap. HUD Secretary Ben Carson told a House Committee last May that “people can only afford to live in certain places.” It’s “not because George Wallace is blocking the door.”

Biden and the equality warriors are using accusations of racism to accomplish something different: Marxist economic integration. Their message is: You worked and saved to move to the suburbs, but you can’t have that way of life unless everyone else can, too.

Count on Trump to make Biden’s war on the suburbs a key issue in the election. In his Rose Garden press conference on Thursday, the president came out swinging, warning that Biden would “totally destroy the beautiful suburbs” by “placing far-left Washington bureaucrats in charge of local zoning.”

In response, the left and their media allies played the race card — as usual. “I hear the words of a racist,” said Princeton University Professor Eddie Glaude Jr. on MSNBC. CNN accused Trump of fearmongering “white suburban voters.” Don’t buy it. What’s racist is assuming that only whites own homes in the suburbs.

Trump is talking to suburban homeowners of all ethnicities. If you buy a house in a neighborhood with quarter-acre zoning, you don’t want a high-density housing complex built at the end of the street.

Trump won the suburbs in 2016, but polls show Trump trailing in the suburbs largely because of opposition from women. They need to focus on what’s at stake for their families.

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Cissy Steele was using the internet to disguise herself as a talent agent from Royal Loyalty Management who was looking for models and actresses when she came across Jane Doe (not her real name). Steele then proceeded to prey upon Jane Doe by intentionally cultivating a sense of trust and building a false relationship. Steele reached out to Jane Doe online and offered her lucrative acting and modeling opportunities. After communicating, Steele convinced Jane Doe to take a modeling opportunity with the promise of making Doe into a successful model and actress. Steele manipulated Doe to go a step further and move into Steele’s home with the reassurance that this move would benefit Doe’s supposed new caree

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FBI warns of increasing extremist threats to the 2020 elections

The FBI document says that as of the beginning of August, the bureau has observed violent extremists “threatening 2020 political candidates or events, including threats against current candidates for President, presidential conventions, and counter protestors at campaign rallies, as well as individuals committing arson or sending threatening packages targeting political party offices.”
Those threats, the FBI document continued, likely will increase as the election approaches, despite the current focus of many [domestic violence extremists] on the COVID-19 pandemic and civil unrest.”
This uptick in threats is coming from some of the same groups that showed up at protests in recent months looking for opportunities to become violent, according to Nate Snyder, a former Obama counterterrorism official who reviewed the FBI bulletin.
“There’s real concern that violence is going to escalate with these domestic terrorist groups with the election coming up,” Snyder told Yahoo News.
Snyder pointed to doubts already being planted about the validity of the elections, which could motivate some groups to take matters into their own hands, a concern also reflected in the FBI bulletin.
“My biggest fear is that the White House and the president, coming up to Election Day, is that they’ll be saying we need to protect our elections, protect our polls,” Snyder said. “Then we’re going to see these groups potentially showing up at polling stations, and you’ll see voter intimidation and suppression.”
While the bulletin, which is dated Aug. 21, refers only to extremists and does not specify left- or right-wing groups, two of the cases cited in the document are individuals or groups concerned about a potential Trump electoral loss. The FBI refers to one case from this summer when “members of a self-described violent extremist militia” discussed plans to attack elected officials or storm “the state capitol building while the legislature was in session, with the intent to kill all inside.
“Members stated the need to act prior to a possible democratic presidential administration, due to the belief that stricter firearms regulations would be enacted quickly thereafter, according to a FBI reporting,” the bulletin states.
In a separate case from late last year, an unnamed Ohio-based extremist discussed plans to set off a homemade bomb in the hopes of starting a race war. The extremist, the FBI bulletin reads, “stated an intent for his group of followers to be operationally ready for the 2024 election, based on a belief that the President would win re-election in 2020; if the President did not win in 2020, however, the plan would be accelerated, according to FBI reporting.”
Though the FBI does not identify the individuals involved in those threats, the document indicates that investigations are ongoing.
Another case cited in the bulletin is an incident from February of this year, when a man drove his car into a Republican-run voter registration event. The man driving the car later reportedly told investigators he was motivated by a dislike of President Trump.
In August, Yahoo News reported that a former top Trump counterterrorism official was worried that a Trump defeat could prompt right-wing extremists to commit violent attacks. In that case, however, the former official specifically identified white supremacist and other right-wing terror groups as the main threat.
Yesterday, the House Intelligence Committee released a whistleblower complaint filed by a Department of Homeland Security official who alleges he was told to downplay intelligence that would make Trump look bad, such as threats from white supremacists. 
The FBI, in response to queries from Yahoo News, declined to discuss the bulletin. “While our standard practice is to not comment on specific intelligence products, the FBI routinely shares information with our law enforcement partners in order to assist in protecting the communities they serve,” a spokesperson wrote.
The FBI report was prepared by the bureau’s counterterrorism and criminal divisions and Cincinnati field office and circulated as the Republican National Conventional was underway. However, it’s unclear what local law enforcement could do with this information.
“I put myself in the place of a young police officer trying to protect his community and reading this report,” said former FBI agent and counterterrorism expert Michael German, who reviewed the FBI bulletin. “It really doesn’t provide anything to do other than to be afraid.
German, who is a fellow with the Brennan Center for Justice, questioned the utility of the bulletin for local police responsible for responding to such threats.
“There’s nothing about preparing law enforcement for the threat or what to look for. It is just saying bad things will happen.”

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