The newest addition to Xi Jinping’s Dream Team is Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the new U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. During her recent confirmation hearing before the Senate she assured Senators she would take a tough line on China, but that seems difficult to believe given her past behavior.
Colin Kahl: the new Undersecretary of Defense for Policy
Colin Kahl came to this administration from a stint at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University, which has troubling ties to the CCP. Such entities, part of China’s United Front activities, focus on coopting foreign elites and are a dime a dozen now in the United States. Our policies have made the Chinese rich, and that wealth has bought a lot of influence.
William Burns: Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
In this role as the new CIA Director, Williams Burns will head an organization confronting an increasingly active and aggressive Chinese spy apparatus. Unfortunately, Burns, like so many other Biden appointees, is also quite possibly compromised by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Tony Blinken: Secretary of State
Given that Blinken appears to have been part of Chinese United Front efforts to influence American policy for some time now, why would anyone ever think he would want to oppose Xi Jinping and his cronies? As Director of the Penn Biden Center, Blinken presided over an entity that was funded in large measure by the Chinese and which seems to have been dedicated primarily to pushing Chinese propaganda inside the United States.
RSC Backgrounder: Biden on China—Bad Policies, Bad Personnel
Despite tough talk on China, the Biden administration’s actions have shown they will do the opposite. Rather than pushing China out of the Middle East or Africa, the Biden team welcomes Chinese expansion in these areas, and believes in the old failed “win-win” approach of cooperation with the CCP which threatens international security and undermines our alliances.
Julie Su: Biden nomination for Deputy Secretary of Labor
Here’s a key question not yet asked at Julie Su’s Senate confirmation hearing: how would she address Xinjiang? Will she stand up to Communist China? Su was championed for an appointment in the Biden administration by the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), a Beijing-aligned labor group.
BACKGROUNDER: Rep. Grijalva is a self-proclaimed adherent of famed “community organizer” Saul Alinsky[v] also has deep ties to the Communist Party USA. In 1993 Raul Grijalva, identified as a member of the County Board of Supervisors for Pima County Arizona, wrote an anti NAFTA article “North America needs ‘fair’ trade” for the November 13 edition of the CPUSA’s People’s Weekly World.
Marty Walsh: Biden nomination for Secretary of Labor
Mayor of Boston and Biden Administration nominee for Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh has a troubling history with pro-Beijing organizations. Could he become Beijing’s friend at the Department of Labor?
Vanita Gupta: Biden nomination for Associate Attorney General
Biden Associate Attorney General nominee Vanita Gupta should be closely questioned over her involvement with the Oakland California based Rockwood Leadership Institute –a school for high-level socialist influencers. Rockwood trains cohorts of about 24 key activists annually in its year-long Leading From The Inside Out program.
Deb Haaland: Biden nomination for Secretary of the Interior
Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM-01) has been nominated by Pres. Biden for Secretary of the Interior, to oversee the management and conservation of most federal land and natural resources. How did an obscure second term representative with little executive experience so rapidly become the leading contender for such an important position?