Barack Obama spent eight years fighting off questions about his loyalty to America.
His two terms in office saw Obama advance an agenda that many Americans did not believe was in the nation’s interest.
And their worst fears were realized when Joe Biden admitted Barack Obama had this awful plan to create a new world order.
Back in 2013, the Obama administration was negotiating the disastrous Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement.
The deal with a dozen other Asian nations – China was not part of the agreement – was set to drive the final nail in the coffin of America’s manufacturing industry and the middle class.
However, the structure of the deal was such that Obama wanted China included down the road and the member nations were not fixed at the original 13.
The agreement would have sent hundreds of thousands of jobs overseas over the life of the deal and driven down the wages of hardworking Americans.
In a speech before globalist financiers at the Export-Import Bank then Vice President Biden defended the deal as part of Obama’s plan to “create a new world order.”
“These institutions that the affirmative task we have now is to actually create a new world order because the global order is changing again,” Biden told the bankers.
Biden then went on to say that the international trade deal – which would have gutted American industry and smothered the middle class’s economic hopes with a pillow – was necessary because China needed to prosper.
“We have to update the global rules of the road, we have to do it in a way that maximize benefits for everyone because obviously its overwhelmingly in our interests. This is not a zero-sum game.” Biden continued. “It’s overwhelmingly in our interests that China prosper, that Mongolia prosper, that nations big and large, east and west, in Latin America and in Africa prosper … we want everyone to have a little money to make sure they can buy American products.”
Biden continued to extol the virtues of Obama’s plan to use the TPP to create a new world order.
“That’s why, through the efforts like the Trans-Pacific Partnership … we’re continuing to assert ourselves as a resonate economic power in the region. Think about the opportunity that the Trans-Pacific Partnership, alone, represents. Eleven members comprising 658 million people with a combined economic output of $20.5 trillion per year. We’ve been working to forge an agreement that will bring together economies from across the Pacific, developed and developing alike. The Trans-Pacific Partnership is perhaps the most ambitious trade negotiation underway in the world. “
When President Trump took office the first decision he made was to withdraw America from the TPP.
And if Biden wins the Democrat nomination for President, Biden’s service in the interest of the Chinese government at the expense of the American worker will be a focal point of the campaign.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.