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When Joe Biden became the fifth-youngest senator in American history in 1972, the young Scranton, Pennsylvania, blue-collar born-and-raised Biden, was expected to be a champion for the middle class.
In 1991, Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, a Democrat from Maine, proposed a bill that would renew most-favored-nation (MFN) trade status for China.
This bill was a proposal that had little to no support from either party, but Democrat senator Biden from Delaware was one of the lone voices in favor.
Biden spearheaded this campaign for the next decade, and in 2001, the United States granted China its long-sought, permanent trade status.
As of 2016, Biden's last year as vice president, it was estimated that the U.S. lost 5 million manufacturing jobs since 2000.
For well over three decades, communist China has brutally enforced its one-child policy on expectant mothers.
China's one-child (now two-child) policy, was put in place, "so the rate of population growth may be brought under control as soon as possible."
On top of Joe Biden's friendly affairs with communist China, his son Hunter, is also involved.
Senate Republicans last week, as a result of a four-month-long probe, released an 87-page report detailing Hunter Biden and his involvement with Burisma, a Ukrainian-based holding company.
Hunter served on the board for Burisma while his father was vice president under Barack Obama.
The Senate report highlights more details about his involvement with Burisma — revealing monetary transactions of, "$50,000 per month to serve on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian natural gas company with a corrupt owner, while his father was the public face of the Obama administration's Ukraine policy."
Importantly, the report notes his, "extensive connections to Chinese businesses and Chinese foreign nationals that are linked to the communist government."
One of Hunter's many communist links during this time was through Ye Jianming. Jianming is the founder of CEFC China Energy, an energy company owned by the communist government that brought in $33 billion of revenue in 2013. By 2018, this communist owned energy company eventually funneled $4.8 million to Biden's law firm.
Joe Biden and his son are heavily involved with communist China, and with the 2020 election just over one month away, this exposes even more of the Democratic presidential nominee's corruption — a staple of Biden's political career ever since he entered politics 50 years ago.