When they say that they want someone that is required to be born an American citizen to be President, you have to understand that this is so someone can’t be influenced by another country.
We have far too much foreign influence in the United States already. If I sat here and countered the number of companies I worked for that got bought out by outside nations, it would be mind-boggling for you to read.
Anyway, one of the things that people need to understand is that if too many people from other countries own little pieces of the United States, is it really America anymore?
Countless reports and mountains of evidence tie Beijing Biden and his son, Hunter, to China. The democrat party and some establishment republicans like Mitch McConnell all seem to have frightening ties to China (—–)
It is no surprise, then, that Joe ‘Beijing’ Biden has taken us one step closer to globalist technocratic authoritarianism by revoking President Trump’s Executive Order 13920 which banned Chinese and other foreign involvement in our power grid via his own executive order called “Executive Order on Protecting Public Health and the Environment and Restoring Science to Tackle the Climate Crisis”
Yes, that’s right: somehow, allowing China the possibility to have access to our power grid–a top piece American national security infrastructure–is somehow necessary to combat climate change, promote public health, and promote science.
Does this hurt your brains as much as it does ours?
“The Trump-era order sought to ban, replace, and set new criteria on bulk-power system (BPS) electric equipment coming from a foreign country or national that poses a national security threat.
“Foreign adversaries are increasingly creating and exploiting vulnerabilities in the United States bulk-power system, which provides the electricity that supports our national defense, vital emergency services, critical infrastructure, economy, and way of life. The bulk-power system is a target of those seeking to commit malicious acts against the United States and its people, including malicious cyber activities, because a successful attack on our bulk-power system would present significant risks to our economy, human health and safety, and would render the United States less capable of acting in defense of itself and its allies,” the introduction to the executive order read.