Everyone with two brain cells to rub together knows that the COVID-19 virus escaped (or was purposefully released) from a lab in Wuhan, China. We also know that, based on published reports and GOP investigations, that our very own 'top' immunologist, Dr. Anthony Fauci, funded the lab and dangerous "gain of function" research that likely led to the virus.
In addition, we know that China is building its military forces for an invasion of Taiwan at some point in the not-too-distant future. We also know that China spies on American defense contractors, steals American technology, and co-opts American companies even as Beijing is now moving into traditionally Western spheres of influence like Saudi Arabia.
But Biden, who is being managed by Barack Obama sycophants behind the scenes, did not bring much of anything up when he met with Xi on the sidelines in Bali, Indonesia, where this year’s G20 summit is expected to begin on Tuesday.
Instead, he talked about left-wing pablum -- the "climate change" hoax and "food insecurity," as China builds its food storage capacity and Biden and Democrats implement policies that hinder our food production and transport capabilities by driving up the cost of shipping via high energy prices, per Breitbart News, which reported:
The governments involved have not released any specific agenda for their conversation and Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post reported that the White House had denied that Xi and Biden would release a joint statement after their conversation.
The White House published a readout of the conversation that claimed Biden mentioned “human rights more broadly” and the situation in “Xinjiang,” using the Chinese government name for the Uyghur region of East Turkistan where the Communist Party is currently committing genocide.
Both leaders made a brief statement before sitting down for negotiations indicating that the goal of their meeting was to prevent any further deterioration of the bilateral relationship.
Biden, whose son Hunter made plenty of money in China (a percentage of which went to Papa Joe, according to published reports), instead expressed his joy at seeing Xi for the first time in person in five years, "according to Xi, and the need for their personal warmth towards each other to drive the relationship between Washington and Beijing towards an amicable destination," the outlet's report continued.
"President Biden underscored that the United States and China must work together to address transnational challenges – such as climate change, global macroeconomic stability including debt relief, health security, and global food security – because that is what the international community expects," the readout said.
"The two leaders agreed to empower key senior officials to maintain communication and deepen constructive efforts on these and other issues. They welcomed ongoing efforts to address specific issues in U.S.-China bilateral relations, and encouraged further progress in these existing mechanisms, including through joint working groups. They also noted the importance of ties between the people of the United States and the PRC," the readout continued.
"The two leaders exchanged views on key regional and global challenges. President Biden raised Russia’s brutal war against Ukraine and Russia’s irresponsible threats of nuclear use. President Biden and President Xi reiterated their agreement that a nuclear war should never be fought and can never be won and underscored their opposition to the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine," it added.
Finally, Biden also appeared to approve of Xi's rubber-stamp 'reelection' at the People's Congress last month, another sign of fealty to the Communist leader.