Freedom fighters in Asia want Trump, they don't trust biden....they should know....

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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...

This comes as news to the activists at the New York Times, but America's allies in Asia aren't thrilled about the return of Joe Biden.

Here's Times writer Hannah Beech's lede:

BANGKOK — A dissident once branded Enemy No. 1 by the Chinese Communist Party is spreading conspiracy theories about the American presidential election.
Pro-democracy campaigners from Hong Kong are championing President Trump’s claims of an electoral victory.
Human rights activists and religious leaders in Vietnam and Myanmar are expressing reservations about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s ability to keep authoritarians in check.

It might seem counterintuitive that Asian defenders of democracy are among the most ardent supporters of Mr. Trump, who has declared his friendship with Xi Jinping of China and Kim Jong-un of North Korea. But it is precisely Mr. Trump’s willingness to flout diplomatic protocol, abandon international accords and keep his opponents off-balance that have earned him plaudits as a leader strong enough to stand up to dictators and defend democratic ideals overseas, even if he has been criticized as diminishing them at home.
Seem counterintuitive? No, it seems pretty nakedly obvious. Joe Biden pledged to 'repair alliances' but here's the allies and they aren't too impressed. And yes, Trump's policy of strength is exactly what it takes to defend democratic ideals overseas, international agreements are for losers. Note the Times snipe at Trump for supposedly diminishing 'democracy' with zero specifics. In reality, the entire story contradicts the Times' claim, because Trump expanded democracy, both here and abroad. The Times prefers to scratch its head at the phony paradox.


Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam, which is openly threatened by China with its illegal offshore claims in the South China Sea, to Hong Kong, where China has violated its 1997 treaty with Britain to keep things as-is for 50 years, nakedly taking the beautiful little enclave over, running it as nastily as they do the rest of China; to Burma, which has China problems of its own related to the sellout deeds of its tinpot tyrants as well as the rights of minorities such as Christians, to Taiwan, which is under direct threat from the behemoth across the strait.

Oh, and let's not forget Japan, which the Times didn't mention: Locals marched in at least hundreds to show support for Trump in the streets. This is Japan, people, famous for its restraint and order, and America is someone else's country to them. But it was that important and march they did:

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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...
And why is this our problem, exactly?

You know, we whine a lot when foreign government interfere in our politics, but then we go around interfering in theirs.

Look, I realize that you've been told by Hate Radio and Orange Jesus that China is the enemy... but they really aren't.
 

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I would really like to see somebody like Trump but smarter become the president. The dude is high-average IQ at best and it really shows sometimes.
 

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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...

This comes as news to the activists at the New York Times, but America's allies in Asia aren't thrilled about the return of Joe Biden.

Here's Times writer Hannah Beech's lede:

BANGKOK — A dissident once branded Enemy No. 1 by the Chinese Communist Party is spreading conspiracy theories about the American presidential election.
Pro-democracy campaigners from Hong Kong are championing President Trump’s claims of an electoral victory.
Human rights activists and religious leaders in Vietnam and Myanmar are expressing reservations about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s ability to keep authoritarians in check.

It might seem counterintuitive that Asian defenders of democracy are among the most ardent supporters of Mr. Trump, who has declared his friendship with Xi Jinping of China and Kim Jong-un of North Korea. But it is precisely Mr. Trump’s willingness to flout diplomatic protocol, abandon international accords and keep his opponents off-balance that have earned him plaudits as a leader strong enough to stand up to dictators and defend democratic ideals overseas, even if he has been criticized as diminishing them at home.
Seem counterintuitive? No, it seems pretty nakedly obvious. Joe Biden pledged to 'repair alliances' but here's the allies and they aren't too impressed. And yes, Trump's policy of strength is exactly what it takes to defend democratic ideals overseas, international agreements are for losers. Note the Times snipe at Trump for supposedly diminishing 'democracy' with zero specifics. In reality, the entire story contradicts the Times' claim, because Trump expanded democracy, both here and abroad. The Times prefers to scratch its head at the phony paradox.


Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam, which is openly threatened by China with its illegal offshore claims in the South China Sea, to Hong Kong, where China has violated its 1997 treaty with Britain to keep things as-is for 50 years, nakedly taking the beautiful little enclave over, running it as nastily as they do the rest of China; to Burma, which has China problems of its own related to the sellout deeds of its tinpot tyrants as well as the rights of minorities such as Christians, to Taiwan, which is under direct threat from the behemoth across the strait.

Oh, and let's not forget Japan, which the Times didn't mention: Locals marched in at least hundreds to show support for Trump in the streets. This is Japan, people, famous for its restraint and order, and America is someone else's country to them. But it was that important and march they did:

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Because they have the best interests of the US in mind? Why don't you ask Syrian freedom fighters if they would prefer a non-interventionist Trump?
 

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Was this the same Trump who turned his back on the Iraqis that helped us and denied them entry?

Of course it is.

The OP is shit.
 

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Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam
Why doesn't Trump release his tax returns and tell us how much money he's made from the Peoples' Republic since taking office?

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/202...se-bank-account-hunter-biden-tax-returns.html

"But Biden does not have financial ties to China. We know this because he released his tax returns.

"Trump has not released his tax returns.

'But the New York Times has obtained at least some of them.

"And they found that Trump has a Chinese bank account, and suggest he has collected earnings from that country while serving as president.

"The Chinese bank account belongs to Trump’s subsidiary firm, Trump International Hotels Management. While in previous years the firm has reported small sums, in 2017 — Trump’s first year in office — it reported $17.5 million in revenue, a large spike."
 

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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...

This comes as news to the activists at the New York Times, but America's allies in Asia aren't thrilled about the return of Joe Biden.

Here's Times writer Hannah Beech's lede:

BANGKOK — A dissident once branded Enemy No. 1 by the Chinese Communist Party is spreading conspiracy theories about the American presidential election.
Pro-democracy campaigners from Hong Kong are championing President Trump’s claims of an electoral victory.
Human rights activists and religious leaders in Vietnam and Myanmar are expressing reservations about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s ability to keep authoritarians in check.

It might seem counterintuitive that Asian defenders of democracy are among the most ardent supporters of Mr. Trump, who has declared his friendship with Xi Jinping of China and Kim Jong-un of North Korea. But it is precisely Mr. Trump’s willingness to flout diplomatic protocol, abandon international accords and keep his opponents off-balance that have earned him plaudits as a leader strong enough to stand up to dictators and defend democratic ideals overseas, even if he has been criticized as diminishing them at home.
Seem counterintuitive? No, it seems pretty nakedly obvious. Joe Biden pledged to 'repair alliances' but here's the allies and they aren't too impressed. And yes, Trump's policy of strength is exactly what it takes to defend democratic ideals overseas, international agreements are for losers. Note the Times snipe at Trump for supposedly diminishing 'democracy' with zero specifics. In reality, the entire story contradicts the Times' claim, because Trump expanded democracy, both here and abroad. The Times prefers to scratch its head at the phony paradox.


Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam, which is openly threatened by China with its illegal offshore claims in the South China Sea, to Hong Kong, where China has violated its 1997 treaty with Britain to keep things as-is for 50 years, nakedly taking the beautiful little enclave over, running it as nastily as they do the rest of China; to Burma, which has China problems of its own related to the sellout deeds of its tinpot tyrants as well as the rights of minorities such as Christians, to Taiwan, which is under direct threat from the behemoth across the strait.

Oh, and let's not forget Japan, which the Times didn't mention: Locals marched in at least hundreds to show support for Trump in the streets. This is Japan, people, famous for its restraint and order, and America is someone else's country to them. But it was that important and march they did:

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todays “freedom fighter” is tomorrows tyrannical despot
 

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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...

This comes as news to the activists at the New York Times, but America's allies in Asia aren't thrilled about the return of Joe Biden.

Here's Times writer Hannah Beech's lede:

BANGKOK — A dissident once branded Enemy No. 1 by the Chinese Communist Party is spreading conspiracy theories about the American presidential election.
Pro-democracy campaigners from Hong Kong are championing President Trump’s claims of an electoral victory.
Human rights activists and religious leaders in Vietnam and Myanmar are expressing reservations about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s ability to keep authoritarians in check.

It might seem counterintuitive that Asian defenders of democracy are among the most ardent supporters of Mr. Trump, who has declared his friendship with Xi Jinping of China and Kim Jong-un of North Korea. But it is precisely Mr. Trump’s willingness to flout diplomatic protocol, abandon international accords and keep his opponents off-balance that have earned him plaudits as a leader strong enough to stand up to dictators and defend democratic ideals overseas, even if he has been criticized as diminishing them at home.
Seem counterintuitive? No, it seems pretty nakedly obvious. Joe Biden pledged to 'repair alliances' but here's the allies and they aren't too impressed. And yes, Trump's policy of strength is exactly what it takes to defend democratic ideals overseas, international agreements are for losers. Note the Times snipe at Trump for supposedly diminishing 'democracy' with zero specifics. In reality, the entire story contradicts the Times' claim, because Trump expanded democracy, both here and abroad. The Times prefers to scratch its head at the phony paradox.


Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam, which is openly threatened by China with its illegal offshore claims in the South China Sea, to Hong Kong, where China has violated its 1997 treaty with Britain to keep things as-is for 50 years, nakedly taking the beautiful little enclave over, running it as nastily as they do the rest of China; to Burma, which has China problems of its own related to the sellout deeds of its tinpot tyrants as well as the rights of minorities such as Christians, to Taiwan, which is under direct threat from the behemoth across the strait.

Oh, and let's not forget Japan, which the Times didn't mention: Locals marched in at least hundreds to show support for Trump in the streets. This is Japan, people, famous for its restraint and order, and America is someone else's country to them. But it was that important and march they did:

Read more: 'Trump is better': NYT stupefied to find Asian allies' acid reaction to Joe Biden
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That's nice dear.

Unfortunately for your action comic book, "freedom fighters in Asia", or whatever you choose to call them to make a mindless thread, don't get a vote, do they.

Thought you wankers were all wetting your pants about "illegals voting". Now you're actively soliciting them?


What a nutjob.
 

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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...

This comes as news to the activists at the New York Times, but America's allies in Asia aren't thrilled about the return of Joe Biden.

Here's Times writer Hannah Beech's lede:

BANGKOK — A dissident once branded Enemy No. 1 by the Chinese Communist Party is spreading conspiracy theories about the American presidential election.
Pro-democracy campaigners from Hong Kong are championing President Trump’s claims of an electoral victory.
Human rights activists and religious leaders in Vietnam and Myanmar are expressing reservations about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s ability to keep authoritarians in check.

It might seem counterintuitive that Asian defenders of democracy are among the most ardent supporters of Mr. Trump, who has declared his friendship with Xi Jinping of China and Kim Jong-un of North Korea. But it is precisely Mr. Trump’s willingness to flout diplomatic protocol, abandon international accords and keep his opponents off-balance that have earned him plaudits as a leader strong enough to stand up to dictators and defend democratic ideals overseas, even if he has been criticized as diminishing them at home.
Seem counterintuitive? No, it seems pretty nakedly obvious. Joe Biden pledged to 'repair alliances' but here's the allies and they aren't too impressed. And yes, Trump's policy of strength is exactly what it takes to defend democratic ideals overseas, international agreements are for losers. Note the Times snipe at Trump for supposedly diminishing 'democracy' with zero specifics. In reality, the entire story contradicts the Times' claim, because Trump expanded democracy, both here and abroad. The Times prefers to scratch its head at the phony paradox.


Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam, which is openly threatened by China with its illegal offshore claims in the South China Sea, to Hong Kong, where China has violated its 1997 treaty with Britain to keep things as-is for 50 years, nakedly taking the beautiful little enclave over, running it as nastily as they do the rest of China; to Burma, which has China problems of its own related to the sellout deeds of its tinpot tyrants as well as the rights of minorities such as Christians, to Taiwan, which is under direct threat from the behemoth across the strait.

Oh, and let's not forget Japan, which the Times didn't mention: Locals marched in at least hundreds to show support for Trump in the streets. This is Japan, people, famous for its restraint and order, and America is someone else's country to them. But it was that important and march they did:

Read more: 'Trump is better': NYT stupefied to find Asian allies' acid reaction to Joe Biden
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every freedom fighting hero of the past 50 years has installed himself as ruthless tyrannical dictator for life

in iran islamic freedom fighters deposed the shah and created an islamic dictatorship

that happens every 10 years in s america.
 

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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...

This comes as news to the activists at the New York Times, but America's allies in Asia aren't thrilled about the return of Joe Biden.

Here's Times writer Hannah Beech's lede:

BANGKOK — A dissident once branded Enemy No. 1 by the Chinese Communist Party is spreading conspiracy theories about the American presidential election.
Pro-democracy campaigners from Hong Kong are championing President Trump’s claims of an electoral victory.
Human rights activists and religious leaders in Vietnam and Myanmar are expressing reservations about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s ability to keep authoritarians in check.

It might seem counterintuitive that Asian defenders of democracy are among the most ardent supporters of Mr. Trump, who has declared his friendship with Xi Jinping of China and Kim Jong-un of North Korea. But it is precisely Mr. Trump’s willingness to flout diplomatic protocol, abandon international accords and keep his opponents off-balance that have earned him plaudits as a leader strong enough to stand up to dictators and defend democratic ideals overseas, even if he has been criticized as diminishing them at home.
Seem counterintuitive? No, it seems pretty nakedly obvious. Joe Biden pledged to 'repair alliances' but here's the allies and they aren't too impressed. And yes, Trump's policy of strength is exactly what it takes to defend democratic ideals overseas, international agreements are for losers. Note the Times snipe at Trump for supposedly diminishing 'democracy' with zero specifics. In reality, the entire story contradicts the Times' claim, because Trump expanded democracy, both here and abroad. The Times prefers to scratch its head at the phony paradox.


Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam, which is openly threatened by China with its illegal offshore claims in the South China Sea, to Hong Kong, where China has violated its 1997 treaty with Britain to keep things as-is for 50 years, nakedly taking the beautiful little enclave over, running it as nastily as they do the rest of China; to Burma, which has China problems of its own related to the sellout deeds of its tinpot tyrants as well as the rights of minorities such as Christians, to Taiwan, which is under direct threat from the behemoth across the strait.

Oh, and let's not forget Japan, which the Times didn't mention: Locals marched in at least hundreds to show support for Trump in the streets. This is Japan, people, famous for its restraint and order, and America is someone else's country to them. But it was that important and march they did:

Read more: 'Trump is better': NYT stupefied to find Asian allies' acid reaction to Joe Biden
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freedom fighters in the usa would

lynch, behead, slaughter every democrat
every liberal
every rino
atheists, muslims, gays, blacks

and then declare America a christian nation

and say “ we are FREE....FREE....to kill everyone with a different opinion”
 

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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...

This comes as news to the activists at the New York Times, but America's allies in Asia aren't thrilled about the return of Joe Biden.

Here's Times writer Hannah Beech's lede:

BANGKOK — A dissident once branded Enemy No. 1 by the Chinese Communist Party is spreading conspiracy theories about the American presidential election.
Pro-democracy campaigners from Hong Kong are championing President Trump’s claims of an electoral victory.
Human rights activists and religious leaders in Vietnam and Myanmar are expressing reservations about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s ability to keep authoritarians in check.

It might seem counterintuitive that Asian defenders of democracy are among the most ardent supporters of Mr. Trump, who has declared his friendship with Xi Jinping of China and Kim Jong-un of North Korea. But it is precisely Mr. Trump’s willingness to flout diplomatic protocol, abandon international accords and keep his opponents off-balance that have earned him plaudits as a leader strong enough to stand up to dictators and defend democratic ideals overseas, even if he has been criticized as diminishing them at home.
Seem counterintuitive? No, it seems pretty nakedly obvious. Joe Biden pledged to 'repair alliances' but here's the allies and they aren't too impressed. And yes, Trump's policy of strength is exactly what it takes to defend democratic ideals overseas, international agreements are for losers. Note the Times snipe at Trump for supposedly diminishing 'democracy' with zero specifics. In reality, the entire story contradicts the Times' claim, because Trump expanded democracy, both here and abroad. The Times prefers to scratch its head at the phony paradox.


Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam, which is openly threatened by China with its illegal offshore claims in the South China Sea, to Hong Kong, where China has violated its 1997 treaty with Britain to keep things as-is for 50 years, nakedly taking the beautiful little enclave over, running it as nastily as they do the rest of China; to Burma, which has China problems of its own related to the sellout deeds of its tinpot tyrants as well as the rights of minorities such as Christians, to Taiwan, which is under direct threat from the behemoth across the strait.

Oh, and let's not forget Japan, which the Times didn't mention: Locals marched in at least hundreds to show support for Trump in the streets. This is Japan, people, famous for its restraint and order, and America is someone else's country to them. But it was that important and march they did:

Read more: 'Trump is better': NYT stupefied to find Asian allies' acid reaction to Joe Biden
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I have said repeatedly all along, Trump should royally fuck over China by immediately giving Japan full rights to rebuild its military to pre-World War II levels.

Then, give Japan ultra-favorable trade deals.

A strong Japan fucks over China.

Do it now.
 

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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...

This comes as news to the activists at the New York Times, but America's allies in Asia aren't thrilled about the return of Joe Biden.

Here's Times writer Hannah Beech's lede:

BANGKOK — A dissident once branded Enemy No. 1 by the Chinese Communist Party is spreading conspiracy theories about the American presidential election.
Pro-democracy campaigners from Hong Kong are championing President Trump’s claims of an electoral victory.
Human rights activists and religious leaders in Vietnam and Myanmar are expressing reservations about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s ability to keep authoritarians in check.

It might seem counterintuitive that Asian defenders of democracy are among the most ardent supporters of Mr. Trump, who has declared his friendship with Xi Jinping of China and Kim Jong-un of North Korea. But it is precisely Mr. Trump’s willingness to flout diplomatic protocol, abandon international accords and keep his opponents off-balance that have earned him plaudits as a leader strong enough to stand up to dictators and defend democratic ideals overseas, even if he has been criticized as diminishing them at home.
Seem counterintuitive? No, it seems pretty nakedly obvious. Joe Biden pledged to 'repair alliances' but here's the allies and they aren't too impressed. And yes, Trump's policy of strength is exactly what it takes to defend democratic ideals overseas, international agreements are for losers. Note the Times snipe at Trump for supposedly diminishing 'democracy' with zero specifics. In reality, the entire story contradicts the Times' claim, because Trump expanded democracy, both here and abroad. The Times prefers to scratch its head at the phony paradox.


Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam, which is openly threatened by China with its illegal offshore claims in the South China Sea, to Hong Kong, where China has violated its 1997 treaty with Britain to keep things as-is for 50 years, nakedly taking the beautiful little enclave over, running it as nastily as they do the rest of China; to Burma, which has China problems of its own related to the sellout deeds of its tinpot tyrants as well as the rights of minorities such as Christians, to Taiwan, which is under direct threat from the behemoth across the strait.

Oh, and let's not forget Japan, which the Times didn't mention: Locals marched in at least hundreds to show support for Trump in the streets. This is Japan, people, famous for its restraint and order, and America is someone else's country to them. But it was that important and march they did:

Read more: 'Trump is better': NYT stupefied to find Asian allies' acid reaction to Joe Biden
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how many democrats would you kill to keep America “free”?
 

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Those Asian Freedom Fighters can have Him.
 
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Political dissidents and freedom fighters in Asia want Trump and don't trust biden.........and considering the working relationship the democrat party and joe biden has with China, is there any reason to doubt their opinions?

Those with skin in the game know that Trump is the one to trust, and biden is a snake...
And why is this our problem, exactly?

You know, we whine a lot when foreign government interfere in our politics, but then we go around interfering in theirs.

Look, I realize that you've been told by Hate Radio and Orange Jesus that China is the enemy... but they really aren't.

You really are stupid....shilling for China now.....what a moron....
 
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Trump's willingness to confront China (and not take money under the table from it to benefit the family) made a big difference to America's democratic and other allies in Asia - from Vietnam
Why doesn't Trump release his tax returns and tell us how much money he's made from the Peoples' Republic since taking office?

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/202...se-bank-account-hunter-biden-tax-returns.html

"But Biden does not have financial ties to China. We know this because he released his tax returns.

"Trump has not released his tax returns.

'But the New York Times has obtained at least some of them.

"And they found that Trump has a Chinese bank account, and suggest he has collected earnings from that country while serving as president.

"The Chinese bank account belongs to Trump’s subsidiary firm, Trump International Hotels Management. While in previous years the firm has reported small sums, in 2017 — Trump’s first year in office — it reported $17.5 million in revenue, a large spike."
Hunter's laptop says biden got 10% of their 1.5 billion dollar deal.......laundered through hunter....
 

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I would really like to see somebody like Trump but smarter become the president. The dude is high-average IQ at best and it really shows sometimes.
Trump is an idiot savant at best. Trump was never able to contain any nation from abusing or subjugating anyone not even in the U.S. where riots and protest over abuses still occur.
 
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Wow.....the left wingers who willingly shill for and defend communist china isn't surprising....they always side with our enemies......
 

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Wow.....the left wingers who willingly shill for and defend communist china isn't surprising....they always side with our enemies......
Just like Trump and family did doing lots of high dollar deals with them.
 

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Freedom fighters in Asia want Trump

Americans in America want Biden.
 

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Hunter's laptop says biden got 10% of their 1.5 billion dollar deal.......laundered through hunter....
When will Don the Con make China pay for the MAGA virus?

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/202...se-bank-account-hunter-biden-tax-returns.html

"The returns obtained by the Times do not show how much of that money came from China.

"The Trump Organization refuses to say.

"But the dealings it found suggest a massive conflict of interest between his foreign policy and his wallet.

"And while Trump postures angrily against Beijing, threatening to 'make them pay' for allowing the coronavirus to infect their country and then the world, somehow, nobody believes he has any way to do this.

Right after he releases his tax returns.
 

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