The Biden Administration’s foreign policy may seem like a mishmash of disjointed liberal extremism. But with each failed initiative, enemy-states such as Iran and China grow increasingly powerful. President Joe Biden’s handlers recently gave both regimes the economic leverage they wanted. Iran — once the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism — and the power-hungry Chinese Communist regime played Sleepy Joe like a fool.
Iran already benefited from Biden lifting former President Donald Trump’s “maximum pressure” sanctions. After its anti-America leaders began enriching uranium to 60 percent, Biden folded under the pressure. He’s now begging to negotiate the lopsided Iran Nuclear Deal and willing to lift more sanctions to bring the rogue nation to the table. Even as Biden bows to the lesser nation, its leaders insult the weak Democrats.
“If Americans act within the framework of honesty, we will achieve results in a short time,” Iranian President Hassan Rouhani reportedly said. “In some steps, we found them serious. In some steps, they speak equivocally. Now we should see.”
The Obama-era Nuclear Deal in no way, shape or form deprives the Islamic extremists of creating and launching a missile. U.S. State Department officials have confirmed that sanctions will be lifted in what the National Review called “a desperate move to get Iran to reenter the disastrous nuclear deal.” During Trump’s presidency, Iran suffered such stringent economic hardships that it was unable to promote terrorism. Perhaps Biden will repeat the tragic errors of his former boss and send billions in U.S. currency to placate the American-hating leadership.
If Iran’s exploitation of the spineless Democrat sitting in the Oval Office proves embarrassing, the way China hoodwinked John Kerry and Biden disgrace the nation. With Kerry tapped as the newly-minted “Special Presidential Envoy for Climate,” negotiations with the world’s worst polluter got underway. The communists are reportedly responsible for upwards of 30 percent of the world’s carbon emission. Kerry, however, sees the U.S. and China as equally responsible.
“The United States could go to zero tomorrow — I mean, we can’t but if you’re figuratively speaking could go to zero — we’d still have a problem. The world would still have a problem,” Kerry reportedly said. This is the single biggest multilateral, global negotiation that the world has ever needed.”
Although Democrats attack U.S. energy independence efforts, China pollutes the air at double the rate of America. In fact, China produces more carbon than all the other countries combined.
Kerry returned from his China summit expressing optimism the Asian superpower would begin reducing C02. In reality, Beijing openly brags that its carbon emission won’t peak until 2030. China has economic and military expansion plans underway. That’s why the Wall Street Journal politely stated that only a fool would believe another round of empty promises.
“Beijing is clear that it will ignore any carbon-emissions commitments that might impinge on China’s economic growth,” the Wall Street Journal recently stated.
Chinese deputy foreign minister Le Yucheng echoed that sentiment saying, “Some countries are asking China to do more on climate change. I am afraid this is not very realistic.”
According to reports, China’s already punted its zero-emissions lies to 2060. As Biden and Kerry fumble foreign policy and hamstring American companies with debilitating regulations, China keeps winning the economic Cold War.