It seems like there’s certainly been an uptick in stories about China’s hostile actions against the U.S. – and, in particular, the U.S. military – over the course of 2023 so far.
We’ve had spy balloons, Chinese “police stations” and biolabs on U.S. soil, and, just recently, a pair of sailors who were caught selling some major secrets to the Chinese military. None of this really bodes well for our relationship with China, a hostile foreign power that the Biden administration has been simultaneously pretending to be tough on while also kowtowing to them.
John Hasson, who writes for our sister site Townhall, gave a pretty good timeline of those actions on Twitter yesterday.
Nov 2022: Biden promises not to start a new Cold War with China
CCP spy balloon over US
CCP police station in NYC
CCP plans to build spy base in Cuba
CCP caught funding K-12 lessons
CCP bio lab found in CA
US sailors caught spying for CCP pic.twitter.com/zUsYNek6sY
— John Hasson (@SonofHas) August 4, 2023
Joe Biden, as pointed out above, promised that the U.S. would not be starting a”new Cold War” with China.
“I absolutely believe there need not be a new Cold War. I have met many times with Xi Jinping and we were candid and clear with one another across the board. I do not think there…