Arizona U.S. Senate candidate Mark Kelly’s activities with the Chinese Communist dictatorship have become an issue in that state’s senatorial election. Hunter Biden’s acceptance of money from allies in China, Russia and Ukraine has become an issue in the presidential election.
Some Democrats apparently find it hard to understand how ruthless and dictatorial their Communist Chinese business partners are.
In Kelly’s case, riding around China with a Chinese flag on his motorcycle was probably good for selling products and putting money in his pocket, but it also helped legitimize the totalitarian police state Xi Jinping is building. After all, if an American astronaut is comfortable waving the Chinese flag, can the dictatorship really be that bad?
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Similarly, selling the giant Chinese conglomerate Tencent a role in Kelly’s surveillance balloon company offers the Chinese dictatorship an opportunity to acquire surveillance technology that will help it further control the Chinese people. At a time when the dictatorship has more than a million Muslims in concentration camps, is systematically destroying the culture of Tibetan Buddhists, and is imposing a police state on Hong Kong, offering surveillance opportunities through Tencent to Xi Jinping is a profoundly bad idea.
Kelly’s business partner, Tencent, is also an investor in the remake of “Top Gun” and it is a sign of the dictatorship’s willingness to censor Americans that Tom Cruise’s pilot jacket no longer carries flags from Taiwan and Japan. No detail of Communist propaganda is too small for Kelly’s Chinese Communist friends.
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