Biden Is Beijing’s Pick for U.S. President; Expect Dirty Election Tricks

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Biden Is Beijing’s Pick for U.S. President; Expect Dirty Election Tricks

In an admission against interest, Chen Weihua of Chinese state-affiliated media tweeted last month that China wants Biden in the White House. For more than four years, the media have hammered the narrative that Russia has moved Heaven and Earth to influence U.S. elections — particularly the 2016 presidential election. What has only recently been considered with anything approaching real concern is the idea that China is working to influence U.S. elections — particularly the 2020 presidential election. Chen’s tweet makes that prospect impossible to ignore.

Chen’s tweet was a response to a CNN tweet about foreign powers attempting to influence U.S. elections. That tweet, dated August 7, stated:

Intelligence officials say Russia, China and Iran are all trying to influence the 2020 election: Russia wants Trump, China & Iran prefer Biden @evanperez reports @PamelaBrownCNN

Chen retweeted CNN’s tweet and commented, “Europe wants Biden too. Why omit that deliberately?” Eight words have rarely said so much. In that short tweet, Chen both conceded that CNN’s assertion was true — China does want Biden to win in November — and accused CNN of deliberately omitting that Europe wants Biden, too.

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As the National Pulse reported:

Chen’s words echo a barrage of op-eds appearing in Chinese state-run media praising Biden and endorsing the candidate, who recently refused to call China a “competitor” while speaking at a CNN town hall.

The remarks serve as a testament to the findings of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, which notes the Chinese Communist Party does not want President Trump to be reelected.

The National Pulse then quoted from the findings of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center:

We assess that China prefers that President Trump — whom Beijing sees as unpredictable — does not win reelection. China has been expanding its influence efforts ahead of November 2020 to shape the policy environment in the United States, pressure political figures it views as opposed to China’s interests, and deflect and counter criticism of China.

That Biden would be the Beijing pick for U.S. president comes as no real surprise. Many of Biden’s proposed policies would benefit China at the expense of America and Beijing has not been shy about praising Biden. China Global Television Network hailed the clunky, poorly-streamed Democratic National Convention as a “slick showpiece” and proclaimed that “Biden’s multilateral worldview runs parallel to Beijing’s.”

And since Biden was Obama’s vice president, he is seen by Beijing as a possible rerun of the days when White House policies helped China amass greater power and wealth while America lost power and wealth in direct proportion. Under Obama’s administration, the rest of the world profited at the expense of America — and China was one of the big winners in that game. As The National Pulse put it,

The Chinese Communist Party’s endorsement of Biden should come as no surprise: while in government, the former veep has routinely championed the selling out of America’s manufacturing base, intellectual property, and economic power to the Chinese Communist Party.

What’s more, his family members have profited from billion-dollar business deals with the Chinese Communist Party apparatchiks in sectors ranging from energy to manufacturing.

And it was not only China Global Television Network that has both praised and openly endorsed Biden. Referring back to the good old days when Obama made life so much easier for China, Global Times — a daily tabloid newspaper under the auspices of the Chinese Communist Party’s People’s Daily newspaper and a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Communist Party of China — wrote:

Biden is definitely smoother to deal with, which is the consensus around the world. For China, because Biden was vice president during Obama’s term, and had a lot of prior experience dealing with Chinese leaders, we would expect to facilitate more effective communication with Biden if he wins.

But should Beijing’s preference of Biden over Trump be cause for concern that the communist Asian nation will interfere in U.S. elections to ensure their guy gets the job? Absolutely — it fits Beijing’s modus operandi perfectly. In an article this writer wrote for the print edition of this magazine (that was later published online), I told of how the Communist Party of China has already manipulated elections in the United States. From that article:

RICHMOND — Mainstream media outlets have spent the last four and a half years focused on the phantom of Russia influencing U.S. elections with the help of Donald Trump. Meanwhile, pro-Chinese communists working within and without the Democratic Party have been successfully implementing a plan to flip one state after another toward the left. The goal is to use Democratic control as a transitional stage toward communist control.

According to a co-executive director of a pro-Maoist group operating in the United States, that plan was “put in motion years ago.” That co-executive director is Tram Nguyen, and her organization is New Virginia Majority (NVM). Nguyen’s admission took the form of a boast in a November 6 op-ed piece for the New York Times.

Nguyen’s boastful op-ed went on to say that NVM has spent the past 12 years working to “reach voters of all colors, women, low-income workers and young people where they are.” She added that this “has made it possible for us to develop a robust base of support along Virginia’s so-called Urban Crescent, from Northern Virginia to Hampton Roads.” As to the tactic and the message, Nguyen wrote, “Long before Election Day, we registered more than 300,000 voters, knocked on more than 2.5 million doors, and organized within communities of color to help win significant policy changes like Medicaid expansion, which covered nearly 400,000 people.”

That plan — 12 years in the making — was successful in turning Virginia over to complete Democrat control. One major tool in that subversion by Communist China was the use of demographic maps to direct operatives in Virginia as to which neighborhoods their door-knocking campaigns would be best focused. Those maps were created by Steve McClure, an American expatriate living in China. McClure works at Wuhan University in the field of Engineering Information in Surveying, Mapping, and Remote Sensing.

As this writer said in that article:

His blog shows that he worked with NVM from China “to make a series of maps to inform planning for precinct walks in Virginia State house districts.” Those are the maps NVM used to choose the neighborhoods where they knocked on more than 2.5 million doors and registered nearly 300,000 voters with promises of bigger and better government handouts. Those maps — provided by a traitorous American employed by a Chinese university — were indispensable in the action plan of communists in America to flip Virginia to the Democrats.

That plan has been expanded to other states, with disastrous effect. The end goal is Communist Chinese control over the Untied States. Chinese support of Democrats is merely a step toward that goal. That the Communist Party of China prefers Biden is both not surprising and concerning.

Given the propensity of Communist Chinese successful interference in U.S. elections, it is a foregone conclusion that the same maps, tactics, and subversive tricks used to flip states such as Virginia from Red to Blue will be used in the 2020 presidential election to give Beijing’s pick a dirty upper hand. It is therefore incumbent upon all patriotic Americans to get out the message, inform and activate their friends and family members, and vote for America First candidates.

Because if — by hook or crook — Biden were to win in 2020, the United States will be under the control of Beijing, with a puppet president who does the bidding of his Communist masters.


C. Mitchell Shaw is a freelance writer and public speaker who addresses a range of topics related to liberty and the U.S. Constitution. A strong privacy advocate, he was a privacy nerd before it was cool.

Courtesy of The New American