Biden Enabling China to Overtake America, GOP Senator Warns

The foreign and domestic policies of Biden add up to enabling Communist China to overtake America, Republican Senator Ted Cruz has warned.

China Uses Even Mexican Drug Cartels Against US

With more than six million illegal immigrants invading the nation on Biden’s watch so far, Cruz grilled the administration’s woke Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, at a hearing on Tuesday.

After that, Cruz appeared on Fox News attacking Biden, insisting that his political agenda worked wonders for America’s enemies.

The Texas Republican rightfully fumed that Sleepy Joe has been seeking to “drive nations to leftists” as Marxist-Communist forces have recently come to power in nations such as Brazil and Colombia.

The senator, however, was most worried of all that Communist China has been using Biden’s agenda in order to press forward with a “thousand-year war” that it’s waging against the United States.

Cruz emphasized the Chinese are on a quest for global military and economic “dominance” at the expense of the United States.

Democrats Are ‘Structurally Pro-China’

He dwelled in particular on how China is utilizing Biden’s “no border” policy to sell the deadly narcotic fentanyl to the Mexican drug cartels, who in turn are using the migrants to smuggle it into the US.

In a true testimony to that development, in 2022, the United States saw more than 100,000 drug overdose deaths for the first time ever, Cruz noted. He insisted even Communist China’s fentanyl sales to Mexico were part of it “systematically waging this war” against America.

Cruz accused Biden’s Homeland Security Secretary of acting upon the president’s orders to deliberately cause the crisis at the southern border.

The Texas senator declared that Biden’s policies were thus “tragically” helping China and its ruling Communist Party to “overtake” America.

He concluded that Biden and the entire Democratic Party were “structurally pro-China” as they have “major” supporters who “are in bed with China.”

This article appeared in Mainstpress and has been published here with permission.