American Elites Caught Celebrating Xi Jinping On Video

Since president Joe Biden entered the oval office and began his term of service as the commander and chief of the United States in January of 2021, things have been volatile, turbulent and unstable in the realms of domestic and global politics. Early in his term, Biden touted massive spending packages which easily passed the Democratically controlled congress prior to the 2022 midterms. These packages introduced trillions of dollars of new federal spending and helped plunge America further into colossal debt. Inflation has crushed the nations middle class, and it is now estimated that some 60% of American citizens are now living paycheck to paycheck. Millions of illegal migrants have entered the nation through the porous southern border since early 2021 and thousands continue to enter with each passing day. The federal government appears powerless or unwilling to do anything meaningful to address the growing crisis.

Internationally, Biden has appeared even more incompetent than he has at the domestic level. In early October 2023, the Muslim terrorist group Hamas invaded Israel and murdered over 1,000 innocent civilians. Israel then invaded Gaza in retaliation. It has long been rumored that Iran may be backing terrorist and rebel groups opposing Israel. Recently, U.S. aircraft destroyed a munitions and weapons center in Syria that was linked to Iran.

As the word continues to teeter towards a major world conflict, politicians in the United States appear unable or unwilling to address the serious domestic problems that also exist within the union. It often appears that these representatives put the interests of foreign nations and non-citizens before those of Americans they are supposed to represent. America’s corporations also appear to have placed the well-being of Americans secondary to their own financial interests. In a recent development, American corporate businesspeople were seen praising the communist leader of China XI Jinping. These individuals, representing Harvard university, FedEx, Bloomberg and other companies called Jinping a strong, effective leader.