BREAKING: Biden Team Caught Getting Cozy With Communist China - Video Proves...

October 21, 2022

White House NSC Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby was asked by Wolf Blitzer on Monday whether the U.S. needs "to brace for an even more aggressive, confrontational approach from China?”

He answered, “Well, we certainly hope that’s not the case, and there’s no reason for it to be. You saw, we released our national security strategy last week. We made it clear that we consider China a strategic competitor and we mean to compete."

Kirby made it clear that the administration planned to avoid open conflict even as it competes for superior technology and advances in military equipment, including weapons.

"There’s no reason for it to devolve into aggressiveness or open conflict, but we’ll make sure, in every way — and it’s right there in that strategy — that we’re going to be able to defend our national security interests and we’re going to be able to deal with the threats and challenges that emanate from the Indo-Pacific, including those from the PRC," Kirby said.

The U.S. has its plan, but China may or may not be agreeable to playing second fiddle and may decide to kick up its aggression a few more notches--not an appealing prospect considering that COVID-19 may have been a part of its arsenal for attacking the West, if some theorists about its origins are correct.

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