Donald Trump was successful in keeping the U.S. of any new wars or conflicts during his four years as president.
But Americans weren’t sure what to expect once Joe Biden was elected.
Now we’re learning that Joe Biden’s military is preparing for a major land war against this superpower.
Say what you want about Donald Trump, but when it came to foreign policy, he was one of the best ever.
He kept the U.S. out of new conflicts, ended some old ones, and all the while defeated ISIS and ushered in new peace accords in the Middle East.
Many Americans were hopeful Joe Biden would continue in the same manner.
But it didn’t take long for Biden to resort to his old war-mongering ways with drone strikes and threatening our allies all in the first 30 days.
Now he’s playing chicken with Russia and, even worse, is preparing to fight a land war with Communist China.
U.S. Army Major General Richard Coffman recently warned that America must be prepared for worldwide ground conflict with the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA).
In fact, Coffman noted that while there are “many malign actors” in the world, China is the greatest threat to the United States.
“They are using their whole of government, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 [days], across diplomatic, information, military, and economic [to compete with and weaken the U.S.],” Coffman said.
“The United States is in the deterrence business [because] we don’t want to go to war.”
General Coffman further explained that, as we already know, once the Communists in Beijing believe the U.S. has made concessions or isn’t prepared for conflict, they will seek to provoke us even more, if not initiate war entirely.
Case in point, General Xu Qiliang, Vice chairman of the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Military Commission and second-in-command after Xi Jinping, has publicly called for an increase in military spending, citing inevitable conflict between China and the United States.
This is the first time any such statement has been publicly made by the highest uniformed officer of China’s military.
Unfortunately, the Biden administration would rather enter a hot war with Communist China than enforce strong foreign policy measures.
And in a world where military conflict between the United States and China would not be confined to the South China Sea or Taiwan Strait, Biden’s foreign policy failure would have World War III-like consequences.
“Every scenario whether it starts there or elsewhere, it will go global fast, faster than wildfire. This is a global situation that we would be dealing with,” General Coffman warned.
“Any belief that China would self-limit in conflict is short-sighted.”