Joe Biden’s handling of our relationship with China has been terrible. And he has opened up our country to major danger.
And now China just attacked the US in a blatant show of force.
A chilling revelation has cast a long shadow over the already tense relationship between the United States and China.
Hackers affiliated with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) have been systematically infiltrating critical infrastructure across the U.S., laying the groundwork for potential cyberattacks that could cripple essential services and plunge the nation into chaos.
These cyberattacks, detected by U.S. security agencies, have targeted a range of vital systems, including water utilities in Hawaii, crucial oil and gas pipelines, and even the independent power grid of Texas.
While the attacks haven’t yet caused major disruptions, the evidence suggests a deliberate and calculated strategy.
Instead of immediate disruption, the PLA hackers appear to be focused on establishing backdoors and creating “tunnels” within these systems.
These tunnels would allow for future access and manipulation, potentially enabling them to launch devastating cyberattacks at a moment’s notice.
CISA Director Brandon Wales has described China’s actions as a clear attempt to “pre-position themselves to be able to disrupt or destroy critical infrastructure.”
This shift in strategy, from primarily espionage to preemptive sabotage, marks a significant escalation in China’s cyber warfare tactics.
Experts like Joe McReynolds from the Jamestown Foundation believe that these cyberattacks are a preparatory measure, building “tunnels” to unleash chaos at a later date.
This underscores the chilling reality that the U.S. is facing a determined adversary actively preparing to inflict widespread damage.
The surge in China’s cyber aggression comes at a time of heightened tensions between the two nations, particularly regarding Taiwan.
China’s growing military presence and aggressive rhetoric towards Taiwan have fueled concerns about a potential conflict.
The recent spy balloon incidents, including one that traversed the continental U.S. and another discovered over Taiwan, further highlight China’s willingness to engage in provocative behavior.
Despite multiple recent attacks from China, Joe Biden has done nothing to hold China or its dictator leader accountable.
Instead, he has welcomed China into the US with summits, open borders, and other horrible policies.
The Biden administration must take decisive actions, including bolstering cyber defenses, developing robust offensive cyber capabilities, and engaging in strategic deterrence with China.
The future of American security hangs in the balance.
With Chinese hackers actively preparing to inflict “societal chaos” on U.S. soil, the need for a comprehensive and proactive approach to cyber defense has never been greater.
The time to act is now, before China’s digital shadows engulf the nation in darkness.
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