(Right Country) – What is it with top Democrats and the Communist Chinese Party?
These days, you’d think that the two were two sides of the same coin.
They’ve been using the same propaganda throughout the spread of the Chinese coronavirus, and while the left loves to claim they’re all about “civil rights” and justice, the Dems are happy to turn a blind eye to the gross human rights abuses that undoubtedly take place in the one-party communist state if it means getting a dig in at Trump.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) has long been suspected of having been highly compromised by the Chinese and had a driver for years who was spying on behalf of the CCP.
Her husband also does extensive business in China, something for which Feinstein appears to have used her influence in the Senate to help out.
While her husband was partnering with business ventures in China, Feinstein was pushing for extended trade relations with the Communist state.
So is it all that surprising that Feinstein would say, with a straight face, before the Senate Judiciary Committee and the American public, that this nation is a “respectable nation” despite having targeted her for espionage!
How does she sleep at night?
“We hold China as a potential trading partner, as a country that has pulled tens of millions of people out of poverty in a short period of time, and as a country growing into a respectable nation amongst other nations. I deeply believe that,” Feinstein said during a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting this week.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
She said that stripping foreign sovereign immunity from China would be a “huge mistake” and claimed that allowing individuals to hold China accountable for the spread of the virus could allow other countries to do the same to the United States. Her firm defense of China comes after a new flood of reports showing human rights abuses perpetrated by the Chinese government. The Chinese Communist Party has organized the mass detention and forced sterilization of Uyghurs, a mostly Muslim ethnic minority, and drone footage showed blindfolded and shackled Uyghurs being forced onto trains.
Feinstein made the remarks during a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting debating a bill that would allow individuals to sue the Chinese government for its release and subsequent cover-up of the novel coronavirus.
Feinstein has also benefited from her husband’s relationship with China. She pushed for expanded trade relations with China as her husband’s company was partnering with business ventures in the country. She said that a “firewall” existed between her political career and her husband’s business interests.