Biden’s shocking election interference admission has stunned the world

Election interference has been a major concern for many Americans. And the Radical Left’s recent moves have made people more worried.

And now, Biden’s shocking election interference admission has stunned the world.

In a revealing interview with Time Magazine, incumbent President Joe Biden made a striking admission about China’s alleged meddling in U.S. elections.

When pressed on the issue, Biden acknowledged, “There, there, there, there is evidence that meddling is going on.”

This statement comes amid ongoing debates about foreign interference in American democracy and the implications for the upcoming 2024 election, which pits Biden against former President Donald Trump in a highly anticipated rematch.

During the interview, the Time reporter inquired specifically about China’s involvement in the electoral process, asking if there was evidence of meddling through artificial intelligence or other means.

Biden’s response was cautious but clear, “I’m not going to get into, I don’t think I should from an intelligence standpoint, there…”

When the interviewer pressed further, Biden elaborated, “I think China would have an interest—let me put it like this—would have an interest in meddling. Everybody, all the bad guys are rooting for Trump, man. Not a joke. Think about it.”

Biden’s comments echo concerns raised during the 2020 election cycle, where Trump, along with then-Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe and Attorney General Bill Barr, asserted that China had worked to further Biden’s chances.

These claims were later countered by the intelligence community, which stated that China had no preference in the election’s outcome.

In a related context, French President Emmanuel Macron’s 2019 statement about NATO experiencing “brain death” under Trump’s administration was also mentioned by Biden.

Macron had criticized the lack of U.S. leadership and Trump’s insistence that NATO members pay their fair share for defense, a move that, while unpopular among European leaders, led to increased contributions from several NATO countries.

The issue of foreign interference in U.S. elections is not new. In 2016, then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused Trump of colluding with Russia to interfere in the election.

These allegations were widely reported by media outlets and led to significant political fallout.

Clinton’s campaign was later fined for misreporting payments to an opposition research firm as legal fees, which were used to make false claims against Trump.

In April, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence issued a threat warning highlighting Beijing’s covert influence efforts.

The warning stated, “Beijing is expanding its global covert influence posture to better support the CCP’s goals. The PRC aims to sow doubts about US leadership, undermine democracy, and extend Beijing’s influence.”

Trump had previously claimed that China helped Biden win the 2020 election. In August 2021, DNI John Ratcliffe supported this view, stating, “China is using a massive and sophisticated influence campaign that dwarfs anything that any other country is doing.”

Attorney General Bill Barr also confirmed having seen the intelligence. However, a subsequent report from the National Intelligence Council contradicted these claims, stating, “We assess that China did not deploy interference efforts and considered but did not deploy influence efforts intended to change the outcome of the US Presidential election. We have high confidence in this judgment.”

The report further noted, “China … did not view either election outcome as being advantageous enough for China to risk getting caught meddling.”

Despite these findings, concerns about China’s intentions remain, with allegations that Beijing seeks to undermine American democracy by inflaming political divisions.

The Council on Foreign Relations suggested that Beijing’s goal might be to weaken American democracy and its global coherence by exacerbating political divisions.

As the 2024 election approaches, the issue of foreign interference remains a critical concern.

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