Joe Biden is not giving the CCP the firm treatment they deserve. Should we have military involvement in The South Pacific?
The only way that entire situation is avoided altogether, is if the President of The United States has a FIRM foreign policy on The Chinese Communist Party. Not a harsh stance, but a firm stance.
If you do the things you are supposed to today, you will not have to do things you do not want to do tomorrow.
Conservative lawmakers are now pushing back against his soft policies with legislation which puts America first, and offers the firm hand needed with The CCP.
Here are the latest reports:
Breitbart broke the story:
The effort, led by Republican Study Committee (RSC) Chairman Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN), will consist of a messaging push as well as the introduction and rollout of a series of legislative proposals designed to curb Chinese influence and aggression and expose the Democrats and Biden for being weak on China. Banks and his team detailed the effort for Breitbart News exclusively ahead of the push, which will begin on Tuesday and carry on throughout the week. Under Banks, the RSC is planning blitzes like this on major issues frequently as a counter to Biden’s agenda pushed from the White House and by congressional Democrats.
The House conservatives’ push comes on the heels of Biden’s first call last week with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping, the contents of which not much is known. But the White House did however release a readout of the call saying the two leaders discussed some concerns Biden has with “Beijing’s coercive and unfair economic practices, the crackdown in Hong Kong, human rights abuses in Xinjiang, and increasingly assertive actions in the region, including toward Taiwan” as well as the coronavirus pandemic and some other issues like “global health security” and “climate change.”
The RSC has compiled a six-page background memorandum that explains the House conservatives’ views on China and, in particular, the concerns with Biden’s approach to handling the CCP as compared with now-former President Donald Trump’s approach. The document opens by explaining the difference in philosophy and approach to China by Biden versus Trump, then details a series of executive actions Biden has already taken that empower the United States’ most ardent adversary.
CNN had a related report on The China Biden Foreign Stance:
Biden went on to describe what he told the Chinese leader with regards to human rights and the United States' stance.
"I point out to him no American president can be sustained as a president, if he doesn't reflect the values of the United States. And so the idea is, that I am not going to speak out against what he's doing in Hong Kong, what he's doing with the Uyghurs in the western mountains of China and Taiwan trying to end the one China policy by making it forceful...he gets, it culturally there are different norms that each country and that leaders are expected to follow," Biden said.
"China is trying very hard to become the world leader. And to get that moniker and be able to do that they have to gain the confidence of other countries. And as long as they are engaged in activity that is contrary to basic human rights, it's going to be hard for them to do that," Biden explained