Trump Super PAC Ad Shreds ‘Beijing Biden’ for ‘Being Soft on China’
Ad labels former Vice President as 'Beijing Biden'
A pro-Trump super PAC unveiled a new ad accusing former Vice President Joe Biden of “being soft on China” as the world turns its attention to Wuhan labs and the real catalyst for the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Axios, the America First Action will spend $10 million on a testing advertisement which labels the former vice president as “Beijing Biden” in three key states that helped get Trump elected in 2016:
“For 47 years the DC Elite has made one country great — Joe Biden has led the charge,” says the narrator as a compilation.
The clips then show Biden stating:
“That a rising China is a positive development” and “we’re not trying to slow down Chinese growth.”
The narrator adds:
“China stole American manufacturing and hoarded our emergency stockpile."
"Now more than ever, America needs to stop China, and to stop China, you have to stop Joe Biden.”
New Ad hits #BeijingBiden for being soft on China- $2.7 ad buy in Wisconsin, part of $10 million blitz in 3 states through end of May pic.twitter.com/55FdfCBkf7 #maga— Matt Batzel (@MattBatzel) April 16, 2020
As Neon Nettle reported earlier this year, the former Vice President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden's Ukraine energy company, took hundreds of millions of dollars from China.
In recent months, Hunter Biden has come under increasing scrutiny for his business dealings with Ukrainian natural gas and oil firm Burisma Holdings while his father was vice president.
Biden's family's business dealings with China's government suggests he was “compromised by a foreign power and unfit to be president,” according to a report by Fox News's Steve Hilton last year.
Hilton reported on an investigation by Peter Schweizer of business dealings between Biden’s family and the Chinese.
The probe by investigative journalist Schweizer alleges that Biden’s second son, Hunter Biden, secured $1 billion in financing from the Chinese government-controlled Bank of China for a private equity firm founded by himself and former Secretary of State John Kerry's stepson, Christopher Heinz.