Biden Not Placing Sanctions on China for Cyber Attacks Despite 'Protecting' Hackers

Nick Kangadis | July 20, 2021
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You have to wonder at times what the possible motivations are behind some of the stances and statements President Joe Biden and his regime take and make. This is one of those times.

When asked by a reporter on Monday why the Biden regime is “naming and shaming China” but not enacting any sanctions against the communist government for their involvement in the cyber attacks affecting U.S. entities.

“On China real quick — on China real quick: What is your understanding of the biggest difference between what they’ve done versus what Russia has done in terms of cyber hacking?” a different reporter asked.

Biden attempted to avoid answering the question by saying that the explanation of the situation would take too long and that he had to go meet with King Abdullah II of Jordan before stopping and actually answering.

Maybe he shouldn’t have.

“Look, to the best of my knowledge — and I’m getting a report tomorrow morning on this, a detailed report — my understanding is that the Chinese government, not unlike the Russian government, is not doing this themselves, but are protecting those who are doing it and maybe even accommodating them being able to do it,” Biden said. “That may be the difference.”

By that logic, Biden would seemingly be okay with an accessory to murder not receiving any punishment because they didn’t actually do the deed.


For video of Biden’s head-scratching response, watch below:


H/T: Frontpage Mag