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Jelly Joe needs to get real.
China is the greatest global security risk since World War II, DNI Ratcliffe has issued this dire warning many, many times.
He also told us that the intel reports point to the Wuhan Virus being spread deliberately by the CCP.
So when the White House press secretary comes out and says we are going to have ‘patience’ in dealing with China; you can imagine that Ratcliffe would be pretty pissed.
We are all pretty pissed with this soft stance on China that is so obviously tied to the money in Joe Biden’s bank account.
We are tired that the D.C. oligarchy is pretty much owned by the CCP.
Take a look:
NTD News had more on the story:
“We’re starting from an approach of patience as it relates to our relationship with China,” Psaki said. “So that means we’re going to have consultations with our allies, we’re going to have consultations with Democrats and Republicans, and we’re going to allow the interagency process to work its way through to review and assess how we should move forward with our relationship,” she added, stressing also that President Joe Biden would “take a multilateral approach to engaging with China.”
Ratcliffe reacted to Psaki’s remarks at the briefing, telling Fox News in an interview that the available intelligence speaks in favor of the view that the Trump administration’s tough-on-China policies should be continued without interruption.
“I can just tell you that what Jen Psaki said is entirely inconsistent with what the intelligence shows,” Ratcliffe said. “The intelligence doesn’t say we should have patience with respect to China, it says we should act with respect to China.”
“The policies that were based on that intelligence in the Trump administration should be followed,” he said, adding, “what I’m hearing are signs that maybe we will back off and we want better relations with China, and the path of appeasement is the road to nowhere when it comes to China.”
The Washington Examiner also reported:
Former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe argued on Monday that the Biden administration's approach to the Chinese government is flawed because it is "inconsistent" with what intelligence demands.
After the Trump administration embraced a national security strategy of ramping up pressure on the Chinese Communist Party, Ratcliffe, fresh out of government, critiqued White House press secretary Jen Psaki saying President Biden will take a patient, rather than active, stance by forming an interagency review process and reaching out to Republicans, Democrats, and global allies about its China strategy.
Trump signed an executive order in November arguing the Chinese government "increases the size of the country’s military-industrial complex by compelling civilian Chinese companies to support its military and intelligence activities." The former president prohibited transactions involving securities linked to a set of Chinese military companies, and in early January, the New York Stock Exchange announced it would remove a trio of Chinese state-run companies — China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom.