U.S.-China Relations Tension May Ease Ahead of U.S. Midterm Elections

In a live broadcast on May 1st, Miles Guo shared his insights on how U.S.-China relations could develop before the U.S. midterm elections.

Americans are now experiencing serious economic issues, such as supply chain disruptions, inflation, declining employment, plunging stock markets and more. These are the issues that the Biden administration must address before the midterm elections to get more votes. Miles said that the Democratic Party has to fix the U.S.-China relations to ease the serious economic issues that the party is currently facing. The measures could include minimizing the tariffs on Chinese goods, allowing the Chinese stocks to continue to be listed on the Nasdaq, and forging a special trade partnership with the CCP during this critical period to create an impression of prosperity. It may even reopen the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu to show a renewed rapprochement of U.S.-China relations.

Miles further said that Qin Gang, the CCP’s ambassador to the U.S. and the CCP’s proxies in the U.S., as well as the Taiwanese and American traitors who have sold out Taiwan and the U.S., are all actively lobbying and colluding. The continued compromise by the U.S. will make Xi Jinping even more arrogant and stand with Putin. The U.S. compromise will help pave the way for Xi Jinping to get closer to his “imperial dynasty” and will embolden Xi in his brutal treatment of the people in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China.

Miles concluded by saying that after the midterm elections, no matter which party wins, the winning party will take the harshest measures against the Chinese Communist Party.

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