Pelosi Departs for a Trip to Asia as the World Watches for Possible Taiwan Stop

The US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was expected to depart for Asia on Friday to begin a diplomatic tour that could potentially upset the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), according to a report on July 29.

Pelosi is scheduled to visit several allied countries during her multi-day visit to the Asian continent.

One destination that could have a significant impact is Taiwan, officially known as the Republic of China. The island has been expecting a visit from Pelosi, but recent threats from Communist China have raised global attention to the potential visit.

Pelosi’s office declined to provide information about the visit. And a weekly Capitol Hill news conference was also scheduled for 11:30 a.m. EDT Friday.

Pelosi was scheduled to visit Taiwan in April, which would have made her the highest-ranking US official to visit the island since 1997. Still, she canceled the visit after her testing positive for coronavirus.

Pelosi has not officially rescheduled her trip, but rumors are circulating that she still plans to go after saying it is “important for us to show support for Taiwan.” last week.

CCP Chairman Xi Jinping warned President Biden in a phone call on Thursday that the United States must not “play with fire” on the Taiwan issue.

“Those who play with fire will perish by it. It is hoped that the US will be clear-eyed about this,” A Chinese readout of Biden’s call with Xi said.

The CCP has long claimed sovereignty over Taiwan and the Taiwan Strait, a relatively narrow stretch of the sea between Taiwan and mainland China. The CCP military frequently sends aircraft into the area to test Taiwan’s air defense zone.

The United States has no official relations with Taiwan but has been enhancing its engagement with the island as the CCP seeks to isolate it from global institutions.

“We do not confirm or deny international travel in advance due to longstanding security protocols,” a Pelosi spokeswoman told Fox News Digital on Wednesday morning.

CCP officials told the Associated Press that the military would increase its deployment in the Indo-Pacific region if Pelosi went to Taiwan.

The Associated Press reports that the Pentagon is planning for Pelosi’s trip. Pentagon said that fighter jets, ships, surveillance assets, and other military systems could be used to provide an overlapping circle of protection for her flights to Taiwan and any time she is on the ground there.

Miles Guo just revealed in his broadcast on July 29 that Pelosi’s plane had already taken off. He also said that the next week would be full of significant events, all in favor of the New Federal State of China (NFSC).

It is believed that this trip to Asia, Pelosi will set foot on the island of Taiwan as a sign of a significant change in the world.

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