“When bad folks have problems, they do bad things.”
Joe Biden is absolutely right. Only his target is wrong. Instead of China, it should be the USA.
The Iron Law of World Affairs applies: Whatever the US accuses an adversary of, the adversary is not guilty. But the US is. pic.twitter.com/KizMXsdJ6u
— Thomas Hon Wing Polin (@thonwingp) August 11, 2023
Wow, that’s insane 😦
Biden on China’s economy: “They’ve got some problems. That’s not good, because when bad folks have problems, they do bad things”.
So China is now “bad folks”? Don’t people realize just how irresponsible this kind of rhetoric is from an American president? https://t.co/oxOCkklkpq
— Arnaud Bertrand (@RnaudBertrand) August 11, 2023
Yeah, Chinese are bad people and have economic problems.
Says Joe Biden, the leader of the internally collapsing “Anal Empire.”
President Joe Biden ominously called China a “ticking time bomb,” warning “bad folks” can “do bad things,” according to a pool report of the Thursday fundraiser.
The full context of Biden’s menacing forecast was not clear, though the pool report said he noted China’s high unemployment and aging population.
“When bad folks have problems, they do bad things,” Biden said at the Park City, Utah, home of Mark Gilbert, a former US ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa.
The 80-year-old president also said he wanted to have a “rational relationship with China,” declaring “I don’t want to hurt China, but I’m watching,” according to the pool report.
“I don’t want to have to hurt you…”
It’s unclear what exact flashpoints Biden may have been considering, though US officials fear Chinese President Xi Jinping may one day attempt to end Taiwan’s de facto independence by force, and unify the island with the Communist-controlled mainland.
The White House has set “pen and pad” ground rules for pool reporters allowed into Biden’s fundraisers, which can delay the dissemination of remarks that are ultimately put into official transcripts.
Biden is known to be more candid with audiences at fundraisers — even stoking a diplomatic spat with Beijing by referring to Xi as a “dictator” at a June forum with donors.
They’re not going to apologize for racism.
You’re allowed to be racist against the Chinese now (as opposed to a couple years ago, when that was still evil), just like you were allowed to be racist against Moslems after 911 and how you were allowed to be racist against whites… since the Holocaust and slavery.