WASHINGTON, DC- Many have wondered why the Chinese would steer in the vicinity of $31 million to the Biden crime family. Exactly what were they seeking in return? We may know the answer.
Writing in Substack, Sam Faddis asked the same question and believes he has come upon an answer. Biden, Faddis notes, has gone above and beyond in catering to the Chinese. Still, the most egregious step the Biden administration has taken is virtually eliminating any control on Chinese nationals entering the country.
The administration has basically “greased the skids” to increase the flow of military-aged Chinese males entering the US, most across the southern border.
According to the Daily Caller, the administration has reduced the number of questions asked of illegal Chinese aliens upon entering the US. Until recently, they were required to answer 40 questions about their background. That number has been reduced to only five. Also, human smugglers know the five questions they will be asked and coach them on how to answer.
Where previously, Customs and Border Protection agents conducted searches of Chinese nationals’ cell phones to ascertain if they might be terrorists, human smugglers, or enemy agents, but that is no longer the case.
All of this is occurring despite concerns expressed by lawmakers in the Senate and House about possible infiltration by members of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), while concerns about possible Chinese hostilities toward Taiwan are also rising. A group of Senators recently expressed concern over possible PLA infiltration in the United States to prepare for possible sabotage within the US:
“We write to you with concern that over 18,000 Chinese nationals have illegally crossed the southern border in Fiscal Year 2023, with some of these individuals having ties to the CCP’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA). July set the record for nationwide encounters with Chinese nationals with just over 6,100. 94.8 percent of Chinese national encounters in FY23 have been single adults. This trend poses a significant threat to our national security and warrants immediate attention and action from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
“Furthermore, it is our understanding that not a single one of these individuals encountered has been detained for any length of time but rather benefitted from this administration’s policy of catch and release.
“Equally concerning, Chinese nationals crossing the border may include individuals who could engage in espionage activities or cyber-attacks against our critical infrastructure, government agencies, or private sector entities. There have been numerous documented instances of Chinese nationals, at the direction of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), engaging in espionage, stealing military and economic secrets.”
The letter was signed by Sens. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Roger Marshall (R-Kansas), Mike Braun (R-Indiana), Pete Ricketts (R-Nebraska), and Marco Rubio (F-Florida) and sent to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Democrats seem unconcerned about the Chinese threat.
In the House, one member likewise expressed concern about the Chinese threat.
“There’s no question in my mind that the PRC is exploiting the crisis at our Southern border. It was reported yesterday that in this fiscal year, 125 people have entered this country–apprehended, that’s not gotaways–that have matched to the terrorist watch list. Is the PRC exploiting the crisis on the Southern border for their own personal gain?” - August Pfluger (R-Texas), House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Counterterrorism, Law Enforcement, and Intelligence Chairman
“I think we should assume that any vulnerabilities at our Southern border are open for authoritarian influence of many kinds. I think that’s a safe assumption that if the gaps are there, then those who are working against us are going to use them to their advantage.”- Elaine K. Dezenski, Senior Director of the Center on Economic and Financial Power, Foundation for Defense of Democracies responding to Congressman Pfluger.
As mentioned above, the Chinese continue to signal a move on Taiwan, with Taiwan’s Defense Ministry reporting this week that China sent four balloons over the island, with three passing close to Ching Chuan Kang, a significant air force base. The other passed north of the port of Keelung, an important port that serves Taiwan's trade with Japan. Those incursions occurred as China has been saber-rattling against the island nation, threatening to use force to annex the country.
Faddis wrote the $31 million the Biden crime syndicate received from the Chinese has been repaid by leaving our borders wide open, failing to properly vet illegal military-aged Chinese men crossing those borders who are likely in the US conducting surveillance to be used against our country in conjunction with a possible move against Taiwan.
“I guess we know now what $31 million buys,” Faddis wrote.