August 05, 2020 Joe Biden Says He’ll Surrender To China On Trade, Scrap Tariffs Without Any Concessions Share: facebook twitter Tags Blogs Asked how he would handle China, Joe Biden’s answer in a clip released today revealed just how badly America’s workers will lose if Beijing Biden wins. “Would you keep the tariffs?” NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro asked Biden. “No,” he replied. “So if you scrap those tariffs, what do you want in return? Or are you just going to scrap them w
“The question is, what is the appropriate behavior that they have to engage in international rela– in international trade with us? And they have to play by the international rules, and what we have done is, we have disarmed ourselves. We make up 25% of the world’s economy, but we poked our finger in the eye of all of our allies out there. The way Trump– the way China will respond is when we gather the rest of the world that in fact [unintelligible] in in fr- in in in in open trade and making sure that we’re in a position that the world uh that that we deal with WHO the right way that in fact that’s when things begin to change. That’s when China, that’s when uh China’s behavior is going to change.”
What does the World Health Organization have to do with tariffs on China?
Make no mistake: Biden will end President Trump’s tough policies against China and stop President Trump’s efforts to hold the Chinese accountable. Biden would return to the failed status quo, allowing China to rip off America as it did for decades on his watch.
While American workers saw their jobs disappear thanks to China, Biden spent decades boosting Beijing in Washington. Biden led the effort to give China “most favored nation” trading status and repeatedly voted to protect China’s preferential status, describing his efforts as an “accomplishment” on his website. Biden promised his vote would not hurt American workers while the U.S. lost millions of good-paying manufacturing and other jobs. For years, Biden defended China, saying “It is in our self-interest that China continue to prosper,” that “China’s not a problem,” and that China is “not bad” and “not competition” for America.
Biden’s bad judgement cost American families and workers. Biden has been proven devastatingly wrong again and again over nearly half a century in Washington. President Trump is working hard to clean up Joe Biden’s mess, hold China accountable and put America first. American workers can’t afford another four years of Joe Biden selling them out to China.
A peaceful rally in Denver supporting police was attacked and shut down by violent members of Black Lives Matter and Antifa.
The guy in the middle below, is the Chief of Police in Denver, Paul Pazen, who marched hand in hand with the communist terrorist groups, BLM, ANTIFA and other self professed Socialist organizations! They can call it anything they want but it all leads to communism and the subjugation of your life.
Understand this – this is an all out attack on every single God fearing, Patriot loving citizen to ‘take heed’. If you don’t stand and fight this now, when they come to your door, there’ll be no one left to save you! Don’t think for a minute that there won’t be a backlash! You poke the bear, you’re gonna get whacked.
That bear better include YOU! Get in the streets! Fight for God, Fight for America, Fight For Freedom, Fight for the God given right to liberty, prosperity and the right to defend yourself and your family!
DO NOT BALK!
DO NOT SIT IDLY BY!
THE WAR IS HERE RIGHT NOW!
YOU EITHER STAND FOR SOMETHING OR YOU STAND FOR NOTHING!
I pray for this nation and all of it’s inhabitants to come together in love not in hate. But I will smite those who would try to break my infinite connection & loyalty to God! That is the sole intent of communism! The complete breakdown of civility. To break all connections with you and your maker, as if these bodies we were gifted were eternal but our salvation is non existent.
SAY NO TO THIS EVIL OR LOSE YOUR SALVATION FOR ETERNITY!
Sad day in the Land of the Free ~TiLT
Denver police union president says SWAT lieutenant ignored commander’s retreat order during Sunday’s dueling rallies
Nick Rogers called for an apology to police supporters whose rally was interrupted
PUBLISHED: July 22, 2020 at 6:24 p.m. | UPDATED: July 22, 2020 at 6:25 p.m.
The president of Denver’s police union on Wednesday called on police leadership to apologize for failing to protect pro-police demonstrators who rallied in Civic Center on Sunday and were overrun by counter-protesters.
“We as police officers, we’re not able to root for one side or the other, like the Broncos and the Raiders,” Nick Rogers, president of the Denver Police Protective Association, told radio talk show host Peter Boyles on KNUS Wednesday morning. “We don’t get to root for one side or the other. We’re not allowed to let one side win. But guess what? We did on Sunday. And for that, we were wrong. And for that, an apology should be made to… every person who was there.”
Rogers also asserted that police were ordered to withdraw from the amphitheater where the counter-protesters and pro-police demonstrators were clashing — at times violently — but that one Denver SWAT lieutenant refused to leave.
“This lieutenant said, ‘These people are going to get killed if we don’t stay,’” Rogers said on the radio show, which also featured conservative commentator Michelle Malkin, who attended the rally. “So he kept his group there. And that’s the only reason this thing didn’t get worse, because somebody broke ranks. And decided not to retreat. And they stayed so they could provide some assistance.”
Denver police spokesman Doug Schepman declined to comment on Rogers’ statements Wednesday because the “chronology of the incident” is still being reviewed. He said no officers are currently facing discipline in connection with Sunday’s events. Efforts to reach Rogers on Wednesday were unsuccessful.
Rogers’ call for an apology comes as conservatives criticize Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen for how the department handled the pro-police rally, suggesting that Pazen failed to adequately protect the crowd because he had previously marched with Black Lives Matter demonstrators.
“As far as Chief Pazen apologizing, no, I think Chief Pazen should resign,” said Randy Corporon, an attorney who organized the pro-police rally. “An apology is not even close to adequate for what was allowed to happen to peace-loving, lawfully assembled supporters of the good men and women in law enforcement.”
Corporon said members of his group were spit on as they tried to leave and said police at times seemed to be watching the counter-protesters without intervening. A lawsuit against the police department is “extremely likely,” he said.
“They were able to get away with some things that should never be allowed to happen,” Corporon said.
During the conflict, police and Colorado state troopers attempted to form lines to separate the two groups, but were largely unsuccessful. After about an hour, nearly all of the pro-police demonstrators left the amphitheater and then police also retreated.
It was at that point, as the counter-protesters marched and shouted beside retreating Denver police officers, that at least one officer deployed pepper spray on the crowd and others used less-than-lethal weapons in an attempt to disperse the crowd and clear a path for officers to retreat.
Lillian House, with Denver’s Party for Socialism and Liberation, which organized the counter-demonstration, said Wednesday that most demonstrators did not engage in violence during Sunday’s event.
“The majority of the crowd was simply making noise and making verbal resistance to their pro-police celebration,” she said. “To act like the physical confrontations that happened were initiated primarily by us is just absurd.”
She said the conservative backlash this week against the counter-protesters and against Denver police was predictable.
“Quite clearly the people on the right came with the expectation that if we showed up, the police were going to crack down on us violently — and they didn’t get that,” she said. “I think that speaks really clearly to who is really the violent side.”
Anti-cop ‘mob’ swarms Back the Blue event in Denver, bloodying several before shutting things down: reports
Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary Ken Cuccinelli tweeted, ‘These tyrannical, left-wing anarchists hate free speech. If you do not agree with them, they believe you must be beaten down – literally’
Dan Bongino weighs in on Democrats unwillingness to come to the table on police reform
A large crowd of anti-cop demonstrators descended on a Back the Blue event in Denver on Sunday afternoon, blowing whistles, banging drums and, in some instances, throwing punches, forcing police to intervene before the gathering was effectively shut down early, according to reports.
The sixth annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Day event was scheduled to be held Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. at the amphitheater in Civic Center Park in Denver. It was advertised by the Pro Police Rally Colorado Facebook page.
Randy Corporon, an attorney who helped organize the “family-friendly” event involving food and live music by Becker Band, said Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen had asked him to either reschedule or move the pro-police gathering from its normal location, citing a risk that officers could be put in danger as Black Lives Matter demonstrators planned a counter-protest also at the Civic Center Park.
A man bleeds from his head after being injured at a pro-law enforcement rally that clashed with counter-protesters demonstrating against racial inequality, in Denver, Colorado, U.S. July 19, 2020. (Reuters/Kevin Mohatt)
“He was agitated that we’re going to get his officers hurt,” Corporon told the Denver Post.“My response to him was that he should allow his officers to do their job and if people are down there breaking the law, to stop them. Because they’ll have nothing to fear from us.”
“We’re exercising our constitutional right to peacefully assemble, and we have no intention of giving up that ground to these domestic terrorists,” he said before the event. “This chief of police is the guy who walked hand-in-hand with Black Lives Matter.”
“If you agree that the domestic terrorists don’t own the streets and our parks in my birthplace, once beautiful Denver Colorado, please join me,” Corporon tweeted Saturday advertising the event the next day.
Shortly after the band began to play around 3 p.m. on Sunday, anti-police demonstrators, who greatly outnumbered the group who had shown up to show their support for law enforcement, moved into the amphitheater space and banged drums, blew whistles, clanged pots, clapped and shouted obscenities to drown out the music, according to the Denver Post.
Several people threw punches. Photos showed clashes between women from opposing sides pulling each other’s hair. One man was bloodied and had a large gash in his forehead.
Two women begin to fight at a pro-law enforcement rally that clashed with counter-protesters demonstrating against racial inequality, in Denver, Colorado, U.S. on July 19, 2020. (Reuters/Kevin Mohatt)
Officers on duty to monitor the event tried to form a line between the two groups but could not completely separate the opposing sides. Denver Police later confirmed they used chemical sprays in at least three separate instances to help disperse the crowd.
Conservative blogger Michelle Malkin posted several videos documenting the events Sunday as they unfolded. She said Black Lives Matter protesters swarmed the stage and attacked several women attending the pro-police rally, some using collapsable batons.
Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary Ken Cuccinelli reacted to the “Outrageous violence” seen in Denver Sunday, tweeting “These tyrannical, left-wing anarchists hate free speech. If you do not agree with them, they believe you must be beaten down – literally.”
Most of the people showing support for law enforcement had left within an hour. Anti-police demonstrators also stood in front of a police vehicle to prevent it from leaving, the Post reported.
One person was arrested for assault. Police said a supervisor was at the scene to ensure the two pepper ball deployments and one hand-held fog device deployment were carried out according to the department’s policy.
Anti-police protesters, left, clash with a Pro-Police Rally supporter when dueling rallies collided at Civic Center Park on July 19, 2020 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
“Our goal is to make sure everybody has the ability to exercise their First Amendment rights. Those tools are used only if there is some sort of disruption or threat to safety,” Denver police spokesman Tyrone Campbell told the Post.
The counter-protest was organized by Party for Socialism and Liberation, and other Black Lives Matter supporters, including the Afro-Liberation Front, according to KMGH-TV.
Lillian House, an organizer for the Party of Socialism and Liberation, said any celebration in support of police is “unacceptable” and “just all around out of touch with the struggles people are facing.”
“There’s not much else to say other than every cop here is a terrorist by association,” Hale Rardin, a Black Lives Matter supporter at the scene, told the station.
In response to the criticism against law enforcement, Pro Police Rally Colorado founder Ron MacLachlan said his group is not against police reform or Black Lives Matter advocating for racial justice but made a distinction that “We’ve got to stand with our men and women in law enforcement. Without them, we are in chaos and anarchy.”
“The idea that these people have been around for the last six weeks going out and terrorizing different neighborhoods for a couple hours at a time, that’s not acceptable,” he said, referring to the civil unrest that’s unfolded since George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis in May.
Before the event Sunday, MacLachlan said the pro-police gathering was not just for officers but also for their families. He pondered, “What kind of home are they in when they have that kind of tension going on inside their lives?”
Malkin also claimed MacLachlan “was beaten with just minutes after praying” by Black Lives Matter protesters using a bullhorn and a longhorn. She also said police Chief Pazen, “who marched with BLM last month, let pro-police patriots get beaten and silenced.”