Chinese Communist Party Celebrates ‘Win’ After Joe Biden's ‘Victory’
Trump critic Chen Weihua rebukes notion that China lost if Biden wins
The bureau chief of China's state-run news outlet, China Daily, seemingly suggested the Chinese Communist Party was the "winner" following Democratic Presidential Joe Biden's "victory" as projected by the establishment media.
Chen Weihua, who is a vocal critic of President Donald Trump and serves as a mouthpiece for the Chinese Communist Party’s outlet, pushed back on the notion that China lost amid Biden's so-called victory.
China Daily is owned and operated by the CCP’s own Publicity Department.
Responding to a Guardian article entitled “Russia and China Silence Speaks Volumes As Leaders Congratulate Biden,” Chen pushes back on the suggestion the Communist Party had not offered its support to Biden.
He questions the notion that China is “likely loser from Trump defeat.”
"Such Guardian garbage. China likely loser from Trump defeat?"
"Are you not following my tweets?"
Such Guardian garbage. China likely loser from Trump defeat? Are you not following my tweets?— Chen Weihua （陈卫华） (@chenweihua) November 8, 2020
Chen also challenges the Guardian’s assertion that China has failed to “congratulate” Biden.
As a result, it seems that Chen sees China as a winner in response to the media projecting a victory for Biden.
Biden has repeatedly championed the selling out of America’s manufacturing base and intellectual property to China while in government.
Th former vice president's family members, most notebly Hunter Biden, have profited from billion-dollar business deals with the Chinese Communist Party.
Neon Nettle reported in September that Business dealings in China involving Biden "served" the Chinese Communist Party's "strategic interests," a bombshell new investigative documentary has claimed.
The explosive doc, “Riding the Dragon: The Bidens’ Chinese Secrets,” says China and its military benefitted from Hunter's deals in a way that has potentially put America's national security at risk.
Hunter was only able to secure meetings with Chinese officials — and acquire $1 billion in funding — “because of who his father was: vice president of the United States,” the film alleges.
Fox News's Steve Hilton reported in 2019 that the Biden's family's business dealings with China's government meant that the former Vice President was “compromised by a foreign power and unfit to be president."