NO! Kamala and China Joe – Stop Carrying Water for China! US Economy Was ON FIRE While China Was Imploding Due to President Trump’s Trade Deal
NO! Kamala and China Joe – Stop Carrying Water for China! US Economy Was ON FIRE While China Was Imploding Due to President Trump’s Trade Deal By Joe Hoft for The Gateway Pundit
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For years China was able to do what it wanted with the US. This was due to politicians like ‘China Joe’ Biden who made millions from China, and his son made a BILLION, while he approved policies and trade deals that saw American jobs go overseas.
Then came President Trump.
Last night Senator Kamala Harris in a debate with Vice President Mike Pence pushed a bogus and unsubstantiated estimate that the US lost 300,000 manufacturing jobs to China due to President Trump’s trade deal with the ChiComs.
We previously reported over the past two years how China’s economy is collapsing.
You could see it and there were many signs of China’s pending economic collapse.
The BBC reported in January before the China coronavirus spread around the world that official China figures were scary:
China’s economy grew last year at the slowest pace in almost three decades.
Official figures show that the world’s second largest economy expanded by 6.1% in 2019 from the year before – the worst figure in 29 years.
The country has faced weak domestic demand and the impact of the bitter trade war with the US.
The government has been rolling out measures over the past two years in an attempt to boost growth.
It comes after almost two years of trade tensions with the US – although hopes of a better relationship with America have seen improvements in manufacturing and business confidence data.
We’ve reported for months that President Trump had the US in the position that it could only win in a deal with China. The US economy was on fire – more Americans were working than ever before, unemployment was at 50 year lows, wages were way up and the stock market was at record highs. But China was moving in the opposite direction.