With every passing day, it seems as though we find out something else that proves Biden is in bed with China.
If he is not in bed with them, they are at least having coffee and dessert.
The latest being none other than Michael Bloomberg apologizing to China for comments made by former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Bloomberg, as we already know, loves China.
Going back to 2019, Bloomberg defended Xi and China during an interview.
At the time, he stated, "The Communist Party wants to stay in power in China and they listen to the public.
"When the public says, 'I can't breathe the air,' Xi Jinping is not a dictator.
"He has to satisfy his constituents, or he's not going to survive."
His approval of China did not wane during Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore where he gushed over Chinese vice president Wang Qishan, calling him a "troubleshooter," "problem solver," and "longtime friend."
None of this would really matter except for the fact that Biden added Bloomberg to his administration as an adviser for the Defense Department.
Oh, but we are not done just yet.
After former British prime minister Boris Johnson called the Chinese government a "coercive autocracy," Bloomberg almost had a meltdown.
Bloomberg made it clear that Johnson's comments were his alone and had not been cleared with Bloomberg.
Then he stated, "Some may have been insulted or offended last night by parts of the speaker's remarks referencing certain countries and their duly elected leaders.
"To those of you who were upset and concerned by what the speaker said, you have my apologies."
With Chinese delegates in the audience, Johnson also referred to China and Russia as "two former communist tyrannies in which power has once again been concentrated in the hands of a single ruler."
Well, he's not wrong.
After all, didn't Xi just change the Constitution of China so he could stay in power for another term?
Sounds like the very definition of dictatorship and autocracy to me!
Source: Washington Free Beacon