Truth Seeking Truth, the press, and citizens cannot stand it any longer. The recent China tariffs have brought a massive shift in U.S. economic policy, shifting from internationalism to isolationism which is the politics of interdependence and self-reliance. Yet, it seems that at its core the new tariff’s purpose is largely because of China’s unfair trade practices. If this is true, then I ask Since the tariffs, Americans have begun to wonder whether then resident Trump was doing this on purpose. Some people say that he was doing it because of China being unfair. Others say it has nothing to do with that, and instead are just trying to protect American jobs.
Whatever the case may be, I think everyone is just confused about the decision. Then-President Trump did what he thought was the right thing to do against China. He even called them out for the COVID19Virus which came from them. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see this virus is a weapon of war. What that said, don’t think we don’t have the same type of weapons in our arsenal. I’m still waiting for President Biden to not just say China is the cause of this virus, but when is he going to do something to punish them? The virus started in March 2020 is when people first heard of the Wuhan coronavirus.
Democrats are quick to denounce anything then-President Trump said about anything. Yet they back anything President Joe Biden says. Here’s a good example of how they treated Then President Trump: Democrats have long reaped the benefits of controlling the Associated Press (AP) and a general unwillingness to question its reporting. For example, when President Trump boasted on September 17th about his Administration’s response to Hurricane Florence (which did major damage late last month along the U.S. East Coast), he said: “We got A Pluses for our recent hurricane work in Texas and Florida (and did an unappreciated great job in Puerto Rico, even though an inaccessible island with very poor electricity and a totally incompetent Mayor of San Juan).”
Democrats denounced his remarks as heartless given the high death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, but the AP quickly jumped to Trump’s defense. Why doesn’t President Biden acknowledge that China made the Wuhan coronavirus? A lot of the answer lies in what is known about China’s biological weapons program. China continues to maintain some elements of an offensive biological warfare program it is believed to have started in the 1950s. Although China has consistently claimed that it has never researched or produced biological weapons, it is nonetheless believed likely that it retains a biological warfare capability begun before acceding to the BWC. A recent report from the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, an organization created by Congress to “investigate the national security implications of the economic relationship between the United States and China” has raised suspicions that China may have been actively helping North Korea develop its biological weapons program.
In addition to its nuclear weapons program. Specifically, the report has shed light on the possibility that China may be aiding in the production of anthrax for North Korea. This is significant because North Korea has thousands of artillery tubes within range of Seoul that could potentially deploy anthrax-filled shells in case of a conflict situation. The Chinese government has officially denied allegations made in this report, but what does it really know about North Korea’s biological weapons program? The allegations that China is illegally exporting anthrax to North Korea through its pharmaceutical industry are not new.
The Chinese government has denied these claims in the past. However, in early April, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) raised concerns regarding the potential use of Chinese companies for illegal biological weapons trading with North Korea. This information is based on a report released by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, which is a nonpartisan congressional commission that looks into the U.S.-China relationship and trends pertaining to North Korea. The report has many facts.