Biden’s UN Adviser Met With Group ‘Co-Opting’ Americans To Push CCP’s ‘Preferred Policies’.

Zach Vertin, a Senior Advisor to President Joe Biden’s Ambassador to the United Nations, met with officials from a Chinese Communist Party think-tank linked to the regime’s United Front Department: an effort that seeks to “neutralize opposition” to the Chinese Communist Party’s “preferred policies.” While serving as an analyst at the International Crisis Group, Vertin met with leaders from the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, a Chinese Communist Party-run think tank. Tung Chee-Hwa sits on the think tank’s board while also serving as the Vice-Chairman of the “highest-ranking entity overseeing” China’s United Work Front Department, according to the U.S.-China Security

Biden State Dept Reviewing Trump’s Xinjiang ‘Genocide’ Declaration

During Senate confirmation hearings for Joe Biden’s pick for United Nations Ambassador, Linda Thomas-Greenfield Revealed the State Department is reviewing the Trump administration’s decision to label the Chinese Communist Party’s repression in Xinjiang as “genocide.” Senator Marco Rubio inquired with Thomas-Greenfield, a long-time Chinese Communist Party-linked consultant and speaker, as to whether or not the Chinese Communist Party’s actions conduct in the region constituted “genocide.” Thomas-Greenfield refused to affirm the label, instead revealing Biden’s State Department is reviewing the Trump administration’s January 19th designation: What they’re doing there has been referred to as genocide, and I know that the State

Biden UN Pick Propagandized for China in Speech for CCP Funded Group

Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Joe Biden’s pick for Ambassador to the United Nations, delivered a lecture at a Confucius Institute in 2019 where she voiced favorable opinions on Chinese Communist Party involvement in Africa. The unearthed remarks follow National Pulse reporting on her ties to the Albright Stonebridge Group – a lobbying firm with deep ties to the Chinese Communist Party. She spoke at the Savannah State University Confucius Institute’s fifth-anniversary lecture event on Oct. 25, 2019 concerning “China-U.S.-Africa Relationships.” Per The Washington Post, “several Senate aides said the speech was too optimistic and soft regarding China’s policies and intentions in Africa