"Our approach to China will focus on boosting American competitiveness, revitalizing our strengths at home, and renewing our alliances and leadership abroad," Biden allegedly wrote in an article with his name on it, anyway, that was published in the Chinese state-run propaganda outlet The World Journal.
"We'll work to collaborate with China when it's in our interest, including on public health and climate change," the former vice president purportedly added.
During the final debate, Biden also told Americans that a Biden-Harris administration would rejoin the Paris Accord "and make China abide by what they agreed to."
What China agreed to, however, is a whole lot of nothing compared to what the United States was still bound to before President Trump pulled the nation out of it.
As a tier 2 country, China's Paris Accord obligations include doing nothing until at least 2030 to curb its carbon emissions. China can continue polluting unabated until then, in other words, while the U.S. would be forced to phase out fossil fuels while contributing billions to things like the Green Climate Fund.
"The Green Climate Fund is a byproduct of and fundraising tool for the Paris Agreement," writes Allen Zhong for The Epoch Times, noting that under Barack Obama, American taxpayers committed $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund, $1 billion of which has already been paid.
Under Trump, America is no longer sending the other $2 billion, and will not be participating in the non-binding Paris Accord. However, Biden is planning to reverse course, forcing the U.S. to eliminate all fossil fuel use by 2025 (or 2035, depending on which time Braindead Biden mentioned it).
Should Biden win, resulting in the U.S. rejoining the Paris Accord, China would be allowed "to increase these emissions by a staggering number of years: 13," President Trump warned.
"They can do whatever they want for 13 years," he further stated, adding that "14 days of carbon emissions from China alone would wipe out the gains from America."
While The World Journal, in which Biden's article was published, used to be an independent media outlet that stood against the CCP and its agenda, things have changed in recent years.
As revealed by The Epoch Times, the paper came under Chinese influence around 2011 when the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the Guangdong Province government invited nearly 100 representatives of Chinese media outlets to attend a five-day tour of the southern province.
It was following this visit that The World Journal changed to embrace a more pro-Beijing stance, despite previously serving the people of Taiwan, an independent territory with its own non-Chinese government.
"The Overseas Chinese Affairs Office is an important arm of the CCP's United Front Work Department, a unit that launches influence operations in order to push Beijing's agenda inside and outside of China," Zhong writes.
In an October 2018 Hoover Institution report, it was noted that the Journal had "become more pro-PRC in a variety of areas, such as China's militarization of the South China Sea and its handling of Taiwan and Hong Kong."
"In addition to getting rid of fracking, oil, and coal, they will send all manufacturing right back to CCP," wrote one commenter at The Epoch Times about the consequences of a potential Biden-Harris administration.
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