Call it “Bidengate” or “Chinagate”, President Biden’s family’s ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) structure are well-known and questions have been raised as to whether the President will actually take a tough stance against a regime that already speaks to him with authority and dominance. But in addition to the Democrat’s family’s ties to the Asian regime, a number of direct ties by senior U.S. government officials to the military and the CCP propaganda structure have come to light.
Natalie Winters, from the National Pulse, reported that Harvard University’s Belfer Center, whose ranks include current and former advisors to Joe Biden, has hosted conferences on several occasions in conjunction with the Chinese Communist Party, from which articles have come out that fit the narratives pushed by Asian Communism.
The center has sponsored cybersecurity working groups along with Chinese Communist Party military and government officials. Eric Rosenbach, co-director of the Belfer Center, stated that they should “have frank and constructive conversations and start working on mutual interests.” In the article, where the event is explained, the direct participation of Chinese officials is revealed:
“The working group in Cambridge brought together 20 representatives, including former government and military officials, as well as professionals from technology, business and academia to discuss current issues in the bilateral cyber relationship.”
Both parties are said to have worked on supposedly “fictitious cyber scenarios” in order to discuss what their respective governments and businesses would do in the face of a “third party” cyber attack on critical infrastructure.
It further reports that “the working group also looked at artificial intelligence, IP theft, supply chain security and Huawei, arms control frameworks and controlling the spread of malware on the dark web.” One of the most striking things is that all the members of the China Institute for Innovation with which the Belfer Center worked have either worked in institutions connected to Xi Jinping’s Communist regime or have worked in the regime’s corporate structure.
Links to Joe Biden
Jake Sullivan, President Joe Biden’s current national security advisor, has been a Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center. Biden’s National Security Director, Avril Haines, who recently hesitated to call China a “competitor” and instead opted for “global competitor,” has been involved in the Center’s activities.
Ash Carter, an Obama-era Secretary of Defense, heads the Belfer Center, and Eric Rosenbach, a national security alumnus of the Obama administration, heads the China initiative.
Former member Paul Rosen, reports the National Pulse, served as legal advisor to then-Senator Biden, former associate Jon Wolfsthal served as Vice President Biden’s special advisor for nuclear security and nonproliferation, and current senior fellow Elizabeth D. Sherwood-Randall previously served as Chief Foreign Policy and Defense Advisor to then-Senator Biden.
In the current context, having an official who possesses a link to the Communist Party of China is more than enough to be alarmed about. Joe Biden has had several throughout his career, right up to his current presidency.