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Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s recent rebukes of China give hope that the Biden administration recognizes the truth about this vicious regime.
On NBC’s “Today,” Blinken called Beijing’s coronavirus coverup a “profound problem” that continues “even today,” accusing the Communist country of failing to live up to international obligations since the first cases popped up in 2019.
Before that, he said during confirmation hearings that China’s mass detention of Uighur Muslims qualifies as “genocide.” He even admitted that Team Trump was right to take a tougher stance against China.
Beijing is already whining that these words amount to “interfering in its domestic affairs and undermining its interests.”
The good news is that the Bidenites have also offered more than words, by rushing a US Navy group to support Taiwan during the mainland’s latest effort to intimidate the free, democratic island nation.
We look forward to seeing what toughness they offer in addressing Beijing’s other horrific abuses.