May 24, 2022

Biden Says U.S. Will Militarily Defend Taiwan Against China

by John D. Guandolo

Joe Biden told reporters yesterday the United States will use military force to defend Taiwan, which is a direct departure from U.S. foreign policy for the last several decades.

White House handlers of Mr. Biden immediately contradicted his comments and publicly stated the United States maintains the policy of strategic ambiguity over whether or not the U.S. will take military action in the event China invades Taiwan.

UTT’s Assessment

While UTT is aware of Mr. Biden’s severely diminished mental capacity, it is our opinion this comment was intentional. This is the third time Mr. Biden has clearly stated the U.S. will militarily defend Taiwan.

Why would Mr. Biden “provoke” China this way? UTT does not see this as a provocation with China given Mr. Biden’s long-standing relationship with the U.S. communist party and the communist Chinese.

Therefore, this give and take is a burlesque production for the American people. This gives China reason to take more harsh actions against America, and gives democrats the ability to remove Biden from his current position after the next election cycle under Article 25 of the Constitution.

Both of these advance our adversaries’ goals in furtherance of their final objective – to overthrow our Constitutional Republic.

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About JG
John Guandolo is a US Naval Academy graduate, served as an Infantry/Reconnaissance officer in the United States Marines and is a combat veteran, served as a Special Agent in the FBI from 1996-2008, and was recruited out of the FBI by the Department of Defense to conduct strategic analysis of the Islamic threat. He is the President and Founder of Understanding the Threat (UTT).
5 Comments
  1. John, I agree. China is hell-bent on taking over Taiwan, and then targeting other islands nations. I pray Bien’s sleight-of-hand and mouth prophesies what will actually happen. May China’s ships run out of fuel.
    I do not believe they are weak as the person does above. Thank you for all you do to educate and elevate the awareness.

  2. Mark,

    Tawain and China are already economically dependent upon one another…let that sink with your analysis; which is sound. And so is our economy.

  3. I prefer “strategic ambiguity” to Biden’s statement, but it’s time to make sure the Chinese understand that invading Taiwan is not an option for them. I used to think that the Chinese very carefully thought about what they were doing and what would happen if they took different actions. No more. Chairman Xi and his group took out their housing sector too late–it was a problem–but they waited, cracked down on the private sector, like Jack Ma and his companies, because they perceived a threat to their power, and have pushed the “zero-Covid” policy to the point that their economy will sputter until they finally ditch the policy. This is not the kind of country that can take over the world.

    • Mark,

      First off, the conversation time stamps are off time. Second, China is a dog with no bark and primarily engages with subversive measures. You must understand China is a controlled incubator system and does not act on its own. I have to go, run with what I’ve shared with you.

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