America Must Disentangle Itself From China

Today’s Campaign Update (Because the Campaign Never Ends)

Never let a good crisis go to waste. – If the China virus produces no other positive outcome, at least it has clearly demonstrated to anyone with functioning synapses in their cranial cavities that our country can no longer afford to be entangled in any real way with the Chinese communist government. Let’s look at just some of the reasons why:

In a globalist world, secrecy kills. – Communist governments by their very nature are dishonest and secretive. They must take so many repugnant actions in order to exert control over the masses, actions that they can never allow civilized nations to see if they are to be allowed entre’ to global markets. As Axios detailed in a story Wednesday evening, the ChiComs’ secretive nature where coronavirus is concerned has had a devastating impact on the global economy and threatens to cost hundreds of thousands of human lives.

From the Axios story:

Axios has compiled a timeline of the earliest weeks of the coronavirus outbreak in China, highlighting when the cover-up started and ended — and showing how, during that time, the virus already started spreading around the world, including to the United States.

Why it matters: A study published in March indicated that if Chinese authorities had acted three weeks earlier than they did, the number of coronavirus cases could have been reduced by 95% and its geographic spread limited.

This timeline, compiled from information reported by the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the South China Morning Post and other sources, shows that China’s cover-up and the delay in serious measures to contain the virus lasted about three weeks.

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That’s right: 95% of what you are seeing happening today in America and the rest of the world is directly the result of ChiCom dishonesty and secrecy. There simply must be a price to be paid for this level of mendacity.

ChiCom money corrupts other countries. – You can start this with the activities of Joe and Hunter Biden related to China while Quid Pro Joe was Vice President and Obama’s “point man” for China policy. Joe takes Hunter on a trip with him to China, and a week later Hunter’s fledgling firm secures $1.5 billion in Chinese largesse. If you don’t think this rank influence peddling corrupted Biden’s decision making related to U.S. foreign policy, I don’t even know what to say to you.

Then you have the way in which Chinese investments in American media operations have turned half of the White House press corps into blatant ChiCom stooges. After a reporter for OAN, Chanel Rion, asked President Trump how he feels about so many of her colleagues basically parroting ChiCom propaganda in their corrupt reporting yesterday, she was mercilessly harassed by those same colleagues for the rest of the day. After harassing Rion, those corrupt reporters then turned back to parroting ChiCom talking points.

Make no mistake about this: The content and tenor of what these “reporters” put onto the airwaves is dictated from the top down in these corrupt news organizations. Most, if not all of those corporations are heavily entangled with and dependent upon ChiCom money, and money talks, with these corrupt reporters serving as the mouthpiece. This is why you see these people react so emotionally every time President Trump correctly refers to this current plague as a virus that originated in China.

Supply chains are the economy’s life’s blood. – The one saving grace of our financial entanglements with China is that China’s economy is even more reliant on American money than vice versa. When we are more dependent on a communist country for pharmaceuticals and antibiotics than we are dependent on the Middle East for oil, we are enormously vulnerable as a country. Were China not so reliant on U.S. money, we would probably already be suffering from interruptions in pharmaceutical supplies. This cannot be allowed to stand.

It is an act of outright insanity to allow the very health of our citizens to be in the hands of a communist government. This must change, and this crisis affords the President and members of congress who aren’t also in the pockets of the ChiComs the opportunity to force the change. We need new regulations requiring the entire supply chains of critical goods like pharmaceuticals to be contained within our borders.

Here’s the good news. – The entire Trump economic plan from Day 1 has been designed to gradually force the decoupling of the U.S. economy from China. A big part of making America great again is to bring U.S. manufacturing, U.S. supply chains and U.S. jobs back home from China and other parts of the world. This is what Trump’s trade and tariff policies have been working to achieve.

Now, we have this crisis, caused entirely by ChiCom dishonesty and secrecy, that gives the President an opening to accelerate that process. It seems increasingly likely that setting the stage for taking some aggressive action in this realm is why the President has been so focused on making sure everyone understands that China brought this problem to our shores. The ChiComs understand this, which is why they and their corrupt media toadies in the U.S. have responded to the President’s use of the term “Chinese virus” in such panicked tones.

This is what Donald Trump promised to do throughout his campaign for the presidency, and this is one of the main things we elected him to do. No president in American history has been so myopically focused on keeping the promises made during his campaign as Trump has been.

Decoupling from China is an enormous challenge, but Donald Trump has proved repeatedly throughout his adult life that enormous challenges are his favorite kind.

That is all.

Today’s news moves at a faster pace than ever. Whatfinger.com is my go-to source for keeping up with all the latest events in real time.

21 thoughts on “America Must Disentangle Itself From China

  1. Gregg - March 20, 2020

    After we won WWII in 1945, the US had about 75% of the world’s manufacturing capability with about 7% of the world’s population. We lost over 400,000 (overwhelmingly WHITE MALES) and spent about four Trillion of today’s Dollars in that effort to “Save the World for Democracy”.

    Today we can’t address anything without spending at least a TRILLION DOLLARS!

    By the way, a TRILLION DOLLARS equals about $3,050.00 per person.

    Today, after 75 years of implementing the globalist’s “New World Order” via the FDR created UN, which has done nothing but bleed the US of its wealth, we have less than 10% of the world’s manufacturing capability and about 4.7% of the world’s population. One must ask: What exactly did we gain for such sacrifice?

    We gained no territory, no resources, no wealth from our effort. It is as if we played poker, risked (and spent a lot – built the casino) everything, won big, and then not only gave back the winnings, but also gave up almost all the assets we brought to the table.

    For the last 100 plus years we have been the most generous nation in the world saving much of Europe from oppressive tyranny and providing aid and comfort to virtually all of the world when natural and some man made disasters have occurred, yet we are the most criticized, and disrespected country in the world.

    For perspective: Google Gordon Sinclair “The Americans, a Canadian Opinion” that came out almost 50 years ago.

    Despite all our generosity, largesse, and expended blood and capital the world is arguably in worse shape now with regards to poverty, unrest, and subjugation than ever before. The UN, just like its predecessor – the League of Nations – has never solved anything in a permanent way. Yet it is the go-to place to solve the world’s problems.

    No victorious nation has ever done more to defeat itself than the US and this must stop. We have the means and the resources, to tell the world to go to hell; the question is do we have the national will?

    With the revelation that at least two, and possibly four, or more, senators sold a lot of their stock after being briefed on the severity of the CHINA Virus shows that we have a real internal enemy, an existential threat if you will.

    Our country simply cannot survive as founded, and continue to allow/condone the rampant corruption such as insider trading by senators (and probably many other officials), the coup against our duly elected president, the quid pro quos, influence pedaling through bogus “Charity” foundations, pay to play, a largely corrupt judiciary, DOJ/FBI/IC, media (D), academia, and many other institutions.

    AG Barr, you took the job, and took an oath to defend the constitution. It is time to see something positive from your department for America, its constitution, and its people happen! DC is a target rich environment and so far your department is isn’t even firing duds at the target that a blind and deaf person could find; sloths are acting with more alacrity than you and your department – the same goes for the chief justice of the SC.

    Time to make something happen, or admit that you are (like Sessions) in over your head or are just too much of a swamp creature to effect needed change. The fact that you wanted the FISA renewed without change and have not indicted anyone who has been referred to YOU by the your IG speaks volumes. Schiff or get off the pot.

    President Trump, you have been masterful in getting things done under the radar noise of the media’s crisis de jour, it is time to do wholesale firings which would go largely unnoticed during the current CHINA virus “crisis”.

    1. Bill - March 20, 2020

      That is an excellent comment to the article. It’s so true that “justice” is moving at a snail’s pace but, there might be a reason. President Trump has faced more treasonous opposition than any other president in history. He’s been VERY busy with that but, with all he’s accomplished, he’s still been at high risk. Right now, I would say it’s more important to get him reelected than risk high profile prosecutions that the communists would pin on him as being retribution and maybe lose a lot of voters.

      I dunno. But, I’m waiting to see what happens AFTER the election. I believe that he will unleash the wrath of pure vengance on the communists who have been undermining our democratic society for the last 70 years.

      1. Gregg - March 20, 2020

        That is what I’m hoping for.

  2. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

    The market manipulated the virus to instill panic; the masters who own the press profited handsomely.

    The Fixin’ to Die Rag, which I posted early in the Chinavirus scam):

    “Now come on Wall Street
    Don’t be Slow,
    This is death a go-go
    There’s plenty of good money to be made…”

    But only for those who not only sold their shares, but engaged in Put orders. Hmmm, Wonder which financial/currency manipulators that could be?

    So they make money selling high, make money betting low and then re-enter the markets when they’re rock bottom. While the rest of us lose our pensions.

    Get some rope, boys! There are some people who need to be kickin’ air!

  3. Chuck - March 20, 2020

    For the exact same reasons, this is why we cannot nationalize healthcare in THIS country.

  4. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

    Congressman Cornyn says we can’t trust a “culture where people eat bats and snakes and dogs and things like that.” Correct.

    Notice all the heartbreaking ads by various nonprofits, showing sad puppies and kitties?

    No mention of the Chinese beating dogs to death in a yearly ritual. No, we’re SOOOO bad to our animals, and Emperor Xi (which is pronounced like a new gender) and his cabal of Commie criminals allow this to happen annually – and the corrupt and cozy media says we must not criticize China or call the virus they ALLOWED to happen (if not created and facilitated) or even say where it began.

    Go eat your stir fried collie, you heathens. And stop terrorizing your Christian population, rewriting the Holy Bible, murdering Muslims and others and making them into involuntary organ donors! I hope your population rises up and hangs you all. The Chinese people deserve better. And so do their dogs.

    1. phineas gage - March 20, 2020

      Cornyn is exactly right. The open-air live Chinese markets are the ideal environment for zoonotic transmissions. It is not accidental that Italy and Iran have both suffered massive outbreaks–both here heavily involved with China and their Belt-and-Road economic initiative.

      There will be no mention of this by the corporate media, which are now little more than parrots of Chicom propaganda.

      Also, notice how there has been little to no spread in Africa, usually ground-zero for the worst type of plagues?

      1. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

        Yeah, I thought Africa (or much of the continent) would be gone by now. I may not be remembering correctly, but they didn’t seem to have H1N1 problems nor Sars nor others, did they? Ebola, HIV, others…but not these.

        Nobody seemed to notice my comment/link to the Chinese man with a mask and gown in Italy with a “hug me” sign, and a proclamation that he was not a virus but a person.

        http://www.ecns.cn/video/2020-02-05/detail-ifztewca0597768.shtml

        Wonder how many of those Italian morons got this plague from that Chinese asset? Maybe the reason Africans aren’t so susceptible is that they’d beat the man to death had he appeared in their neighborhood. With cause.

          1. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

            Not a medical recommendation, but something I use for diabetes and flu prevention:

            “Juniper berries contain chemicals that might decrease swelling. It might also be effective in fighting bacteria and viruses. Juniper might also increase the need to urinate.” Web MD

            Large doses not recommended, particularly for those with pancreatic insufficiency, kidney disease and a few others.

          2. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

            Great article, Phineas! Eye-opening! As I said, I use juniper berries prophylactically. Hasn’t done much for glucose control.

        1. phineas gage - March 20, 2020

          Correction–I should have stated ‘inverse correlation’

        2. phineas gage - March 20, 2020

          One likely reason for the heavy infection rates in Italy and Iran is that both countries were heavily involved with China via the Belt-and-Road economic initiative. Lots of contact with Chinese engineers and other personnel.

          1. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

            Smokers, too?

          2. phineas gage - March 20, 2020

            Good point. Smoking is prevalent in China, and aerosol transmission via coughing is a major vector for the virus.

  5. 2315bBill - March 20, 2020

    The President has been talking “decoupling” from China since he first walked in the door. Because our politicians and corporations are willing to sell us out for filthy lucre, we, the taxpayers, are once again screwed. The national debt will jump to 25 trillion which our grandchildren will be paying off. Our safety and security has been seriously compromised by the relentless search for profits. None of these “smartest people in the world” seem to have seen the high risk in doing business with the ChiComs.

    Great article Mr. Blackmon! Thanks for the added insight!

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

      I remember working for a man who visited China about a decade ago; he came back from his visit, chirping about how he could get the same work in China for a fraction of what I charge. (They could not replicate what I do, not in a million years!) I never did business with him again. GSYS, dude.

      He was in the Pretentious Class, and to him, I was just a designated Serf, to be dismissed and ridiculed for my “high charges.” Same with most of the so-called “Elites.” Like “China Mike” Bloomberg. I’ve dealt with rich Barbies, too – not so pleasant an experience. Work for them? No bloody way!

  6. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

    Must-read:

    “The shutdown of Chinese production, as well as rampant border closings, has made it increasingly difficult for the Mexican drug cartels to receive the shipments of origination elements to make their fentanyl. These chemical precursors are mostly purchased from China, and then the processed opioids are moved across our border to feed our drug trade. It has been years of political wrangling to address this growing scourge in our nation, but now we see the exposure of a key component in this battle.

    With China willing to do business with the drug cartels in Mexico it reveals the open hostility the Chi-Com leadership has for our nation. It becomes another layer of dangerous influence the communist leadership can exact upon our country. Exposing this component in the drug trade should be key so that more political leverage can be applied to that nation regarding these supply lines it is willing to keep open.”

    https://www.redstate.com/bradslager/2020/03/20/more-chinese-aggression-exposed-by-the-virus-as-drug-cartels-lose-supply-of-base-products-from-china/

  7. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

    President Xi (is that an intersex name?) has an angry nation boiling. And not the US. Their lies are about to boil over – (anymore little notes from the publisher of this blog not to be criticizing China so much?)

    Sensitive little booger, isn’t he?

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

      Not referring to Dave, of course.

  8. Jimmy MacAfee - March 20, 2020

    Another version of what I linked earlier:

    “An Italian virologist says that the country’s attempt not to appear “racist” in the early says of the coronavirus outbreak crippled the ability to properly respond to the pandemic.”

    https://summit.news/2020/03/20/italian-virologist-says-concerns-over-racism-crippled-italys-coronavirus-response/

    The conclusion of this article:

    “Now Italian hospitals in some areas are completely overwhelmed and the entire country is on lockdown.
    This once again underscores how political correctness, which leftists often define as “just being nice to people,” can often have deadly consequences.”

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