During a CNN Presidential Town Hall, Joe Biden publicly stated that he refuses to denounce the oppression of the people of Hong Kong, the forceful ending of the China-Taiwan “One China Policy,” and the genocide of the Uyghur Muslims, an ethnic minority group, claiming that “culturally, there are different norms that each country, and they, their leaders are expected to follow.”
The President explained that China has been “victimized by the outer world” and that he won’t criticize the communist regime’s egregious human rights abuses because “they haven’t been unified at home.” This, according to Biden, is reason enough to ignore what the previous administration – and his own – have termed a genocide.
Joe Biden on China’s human rights violations and genocide against the Uighurs: “culturally there are different norms”
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) February 17, 2021
Americans from both ends of the political spectrum have made it clear that they are appalled by the genocide of the Uyghur population in China. Uyghurs who survived the concentration camps have lived through daily gang rapes by Chinese government agents, including the rape and torture of women through the use of electric batons, as National File reported.
Testimony in a new BBC report add new and shocking details as to the extent of the torture human beings suffered in the camps. A particularly grisly claim is that Chinese Communist guards use electric batons to rape women, electrocuting them from the inside.
One of the survivors interviewed by the BBC, Tursunay Ziawudun, said she endured nine months in a Xinjiang concentration camp and was subjected to torture and gang-rape on almost a daily basis.
Biden also felt the need to elaborate on the “central principle” of the communist Chinese President, Xi Jinping.
“The central principle of Xi Jinping is that there must be a united, tightly controlled China, and he uses his rationale for the things he does based on that,” said Biden. “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.”
Many Americans were left in shock when Biden said, “I’m not going to speak out against what he’s doing in Hong Kong, what he’s doing with the Uyghurs in western mountains of, of, uh, China, and Taiwan, trying to end the ‘One China’ policy by making it forceful.”
“I, I said, and by the he said he, he gets it. Culturally, there are different norms that each country, and they, their leaders are expected to follow.”
These developments should come as no surprise, as Biden’s ties to the oppressive communist regime had been exposed by President Donald Trump throughout the duration of his 2020 presidential campaign, as National File reported:
Capitalizing on recent reports of multi-million dollar Biden family business deals with Chinese state-backed banks and corporations, and tying it all in to Joe Biden’s 47-year political career and terms as Vice President, President Trump summed the ad up in one short sentence, telling Facebook users “Joe Biden will stand up for China, but not us.”
In October, National File reported that Tony Bobulinski, a former business associate of the CCP affiliated Hunter Biden, went on record to identify Joe Biden as the “Big Guy” referenced in an email documenting a suspicious deal with the Chinese energy firm known as CEFC.
The message, written by James Gilliar, an associate of Hunter Biden’s on May 13, 2017, details the division of monies in a “provisional agreement” between Hunter Biden’s group and CEFC:
In November, amid nationwide frustrations over revelations of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 US election, China’s lead propaganda paper, The Global Times, issued orders to the “incoming Biden Administration,” laying out instructions for him to follow in an op-ed, as National File reported.
The op-ed seemed to issue a warning to an underling (read: Joe Biden) that, “Demonizing China or slinging dirt on Chinese people will never help to stop the flare-up of infections and fatalities in America…China’s experiences are impressive in curtailing the pandemic, and China’s unparalleled ability in manufacturing PPEs and producing vaccine vials and freezers should not be neglected and could be made use of by the Biden government.”
Biden’s China-approach is strikingly different than that of President Donald Trump, who designated the countering of Chinese communist influence to be one of the administrations highest priorities. As National File reported, the US State Department officially declared that China was committing genocide against the Uyghur population on the final day of the Trump Administration.