Joe’s buddies in China are up to no good again.
Reports are blowing up all over the Internet regarding hackers linked to China using vulnerabilities in Microsoft software to breach the email systems of dozens of organizations.
Sadly, numerous United States government agencies were among those breached.
Do Something, Joe
These are the kinds of issues that conservatives were worried about when Joe Biden took office.
Joe seems to have a soft spot for China, and we all know why. That being the case, he has to be hesitant to smack them with sanctions or call them out when something like this occurs.
If you are of the same mindset as me on this front, you would probably agree that the Chinese government probably has a “Biden file” that reads like “À la recherche du temps perdu.”
To that point, a recent Wall Street Journal report noted that Storm-0558 is a group of hackers that used Microsoft software weaknesses to penetrate government email servers.
We still have no idea how deep this hack went, and I doubt we will under this administration.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) and chair of the Select Committee on Intelligence stated, “The Senate Intelligence Committee is closely monitoring what appears to be a significant cybersecurity breach by Chinese intelligence.
“It’s clear that the PRC is steadily improving its cyber collection capabilities directed against the U.S. and our allies. Close coordination between the U.S. government and the private sector will be critical to countering this threat,” reported CNBC.
Such an action should demand immediate action against China, but we all know that is not going to happen.
There is no way Biden will risk calling out President Xi until he has absolute proof, and even then it will be downplayed as a thwarted attack, as we are already seeing that spin come from agency spokespeople.
This is now the second such action in as many months, as another hack had been reported in May, reports Breitbart.
When you have a vulnerable president, you have a vulnerable and weak country, and that is what the United States is right now.