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On Sunday Morning Futures, Former Director Of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe Calls Biden Soft On China

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by WillPowers   $0.10 total tips   💰tip   follow   2021 May 23, 10:53pm  

May 23, 2021,

Ratcliffe was asked why President Joe Biden would apparently reference a Chinese proverb in a commencement speech made famous by Mao Zedong during an interview with Maria Bartiromo on “Sunday Morning Futures.”

During his Coast Guard Academy commencement speech, Biden stated that “Women hold up half the world,” an apparent reference to a Chinese proverb that “women hold up half the sky.” Mao had famously proclaimed the saying.

“It’s an absolutely stupid position not to make sure that [women] represent at least half of what we do,” Biden said.

SOURCE: https://dailycaller.com/2021/05/19/joe-biden-quote-mao-zedong-coast-guard-graduation-chinese-proverb/

CONTINUING with ORIGINAL ARTICLE: https://dailycaller.com/2021/05/23/john-ratcliffe-maria-bartiromo-china-huawei-joe-biden/

Biden also called the graduating class of cadets “dull” after they failed to react to his attempt at a joke. The president referred to the Coast Guard as “that hard nucleus around which the Navy forms in time of war.” SOMETHING Reagan said successfully.

Creepy Joe however isn't connecting with anyone, except for total Trump haters.

My comments aside, the article continues:

Bartiromo asked Ratcliffe about Christopher Fonzone, Biden’s nominee to the general counsel of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence having worked for Huawei. “Again, really poor judgment. Why they would do that, I don’t understand,” Ratcliffe said.

“If you agree with me … that China is our greatest national security threat, why would you put one of China’s lawyers in charge of our intelligence community?”

Huawei is a Chinese telecommunications company that was accused of spying on American citizens by Former President Trump. Under the Trump administration, the Commerce Department applied restrictions to require Hauwei to obtain a special license to acquire semiconductors.
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